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[DreamWare Computers] Silverstone FT03-MINI ITX Case + ST45SF PSU
     Wed, Aug 29 2012 | 11:59A | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
There`s a decent selection of ITX cases on the market thanks in part to the growing popularity of this small form factor. To kick off some upcoming ITX case reviews I`ll be starting by looking at the Silverstone FT03-MINI along with Silverstone`s ST45SF SFX power supply. You might recognize the FT03-MINI because it`s merely a shunken version of the FT03 which I`ve reviewed in the past."

Cygnett Form Frost & TubeMap Samsung Galaxy S III Case Reviews @ Legit Reviews
     Wed, Aug 29 2012 | 9:14A | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Of the three Cygnett cases that we have had the opportunity to use, we liked the Frost the best. The TubeMap is great if you are going to London and the Form is for the high-gloss finish fans, but the Frost was found to be the best for overall use. We love the semi-transparent look and the case did not show smudges and was scratch-resistant. For just $19.99 the Frost is also affordable and it comes backed with a two year warranty..."

Xigmatek Gigas mATX Case Review
     Sat, Aug 25 2012 | 2:43P | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
With all opinions aside, and looking at the numbers themselves, the case does well. Despite the seemingly lack of air holes for airflow the case actually cools quite well; after all it is a massive heatsink itself and I have the feeling the small size makes it somewhat of a wind tunnel inside. The case is built rather well, and as long as you can puzzle the pieces back together it holds up to a rather decent build; a silver for the silver."

Cooler Master HAF XM Mid-Tower Enclosure Review
     Sat, Aug 25 2012 | 9:14A | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
If you are in the market for a new mid-tower enclosure for your next system build and excellent case cooling is a main point of interest, the Cooler Master HAF XM deserves a close look. The HAF XM provides very good case cooling with the three bundled fans and offers lots of options for additional air cooling or liquid cooling. The overall build quality is very good and the classic black look is always in style."

CMStorm QuickFire Rapid Review: Everything You Need
     Fri, Aug 24 2012 | 9:14A | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Then again, this is a uniquely inexpensive keyboard. You can buy one off Amazon right now for about $65. Thats less than many high-end rubber-dome keyboards and only five dollars more than a Logitech G110, a keyboard that does have backlighting and macro keys but also has a vastly inferior typing feel. In my opinion the QuickFire Rapid is an exceptional value."

BitFenix Shinobi XL Full Tower Case Review @ Hardware Canucks
     Thu, Aug 23 2012 | 9:14A | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
BitFenix`s new Shinobi XL takes the design of the original, highly acclaimed Shinobi case and supersizes it. The result is a full tower case that incorporates plenty of cooling options, a soft-touch rubberized exterior, ton of interior space and many other features for gamers and enthusiasts alike."

Cooler Master Storm Stryker Gaming Case @ Pro-Clockers
     Sun, Aug 19 2012 | 3:39P | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Today, we will be taking a look at another white case this week. This time it is from Cooler Master and is called the Stryker. If you look past the white color, this case may look familiar to you. If it does the case that should come to mind is the Trooper. Reproducing your best-selling cases in white is a good idea as we have seen white becoming what black was to beige. A trend that quickly spread through the masses. Tony Walker Owner/Operator of Pro-Clockers www.Pro-Clockers.com TDub@pro-clockers.com MSN =

SilverStone PS07 Review @ Vortez
     Sun, Aug 19 2012 | 2:43P | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Released back in April the PS07W - a white variant to the already popular Precision Series PS07, brings an alternative colour configuration to this M-ATX chassis. All-white externals and internals are a popular trend nowadays but can the PS07 deliver on features and price? Let`s find out!"

SilverStone Grandia Series GD08 HTPC Case Review @ ThinkComputers.org
     Sat, Aug 18 2012 | 2:43P | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
The home theater PC (HTPC) market is still very big and almost everyone I know these days have some sort of computer connected to their TV. With HDMI you can easily connect any PC to your TV for easy viewing of movies, TV shows, YouTube and much more. The thing is no one wants an ugly tower sitting next to their TV stand. For this reason the HTPC case was created. SilverStones Grandia Series is their line of mainstream HTPC cases and today we are taking a look at the Grandia Series GD08. The GD08 features support for motherboards up to extended ATX, room for up to 12 hard drives, USB 3.0 support and a sleek brushed aluminum front bezel. Read on as we take a look at the GD08!"

BitFenix Prodigy Mini-ITX tower @ Hardwareoverclock.com
     Thu, Aug 16 2012 | 3:11A | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Hardwareoverclock.com has just posted another review. Last week we have taken a look at the BitFenix Prodigy Mini-ITX tower. This tower was made for LAN gamers and enthusiasts. The size is a little bit higher as the Mini ITX normaly is, but the features and handling speak for themselves. Title: BitFenix Prodigy Mini-ITX tower @ Hardwareoverclock.com"

Diablotek Gamer Series Cyclops ATX Mid Tower Case Review
     Wed, Aug 15 2012 | 4:02P | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
"Diablotek has sent us over another case for review, this one is called the Cyclops and it’s part of their gamer series. This would be considered a budget case as it sells for around $70 but just because it’s budget doesn’t mean it’s not full of some great features like five pre-installed fans for cooling. Once I got started installing my system in the Cyclops I did run across some rather small issues or annoyances so it’s not a perfect case but for a budget case it’s not bad. I especially like the looks of it, it looks like a gamer case. So read one to learn more… "

Patriot Gauntlet Node Wireless Enclosure Review @ Hi Tech Legion
     Wed, Aug 15 2012 | 10:08A | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
The Patriot Gauntlet Node Wi-Fi enclosure supports 2.5 SATA solid-state or hard drives and has an optional USB 3.0 port for hardwired connectivity. The Patriot Gauntlet Node Wireless enclosure can wirelessly stream up to 8 devices simultaneously and supports wireless B/G/N standards for up to a 150Mbps transfer rate. On a single charge, the Gauntlet Node enclosure from Patriot can last up to 5.5 hours of operation, so users can enjoy streaming and file sharing while on the go. The Gauntlet Node wireless enclosure is also accessible through the Gauntlet Connect Android or iOS app, so documents, music, images, and videos can be shared on mobile devices. ///"

Corsair's Obsidian 550D
     Wed, Aug 15 2012 | 9:00A | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Corsair's Obsidian 550D has pretty much all the traits of its successful predecessors, but is also carefully engineered for noise reduction and sound isolation thanks to the use sound dampening pads on the sides and front panel of the chassis to actively absorb the noise being produced by the internal fans. Hit our review to see how much of difference they will make, and if there are any resulting side effects elsewhere.

GIADA I35G (ATOM D2500 BASED) MINIPC @ Techreaction.net
     Tue, Aug 14 2012 | 8:22P | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
This is the second Giada Mini PC I have had an opportunity to lay my hands on and I must say I am impressed. This unit, sporting the Intel ATOM D2500 dual core, has a solid feel and just enough ports to be useful without affecting its overall comeliness."

Cooler Master Storm Stryker Case Review @ Legit Reviews
     Tue, Aug 14 2012 | 8:59A | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
The Storm Stryker full tower chassis is large enough to handle just about any type of computer components we wish to use with it. It is also solidly built and portable, which is where having a chassis that is solidly built really starts to shine. "

Diablotek Cyclops Mid Tower Case Review @ ThinkComputers.org
     Tue, Aug 14 2012 | 4:59A | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
We are back with another case from Diablotek. The last case we reviewed by Diablotek did not impress us that much at all so we are hoping for something better with this case. Part of Diabloteks Gamer Series the Cyclops is a mid tower case that features support for full length graphics cards, is USB 3.0 ready, has tool-less drive bays, and has 5 pre-installed fans! You get all of this for under $70! Will this case be one of your choices for your next build? Read on to find out!"

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