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NZXT Phantom 410 Case Review @ Legit Reviews
     Mon, Dec 26 2011 | 4:01P | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
The outside of the NZXT Phantom 410 is a mix of painted steel on the sides back and bottom with matching ABS plastic on the top and front. This allows NZXT to create this unique theme with the Cadillac like angles and the triangle air vents. The front of the case is clean with the offset front vent covering one of the included 120mm fans for intake air..."

Corsair Carbide 500R Computer Case @ Benchmark Reviews
     Sun, Dec 25 2011 | 9:38P | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
If you`re looking for more than a normal mid-sized ATX case can offer, or if you are having a hard time finding all the features you want without breaking the bank, then you`ll definitely be interested in the Corsair Carbide 500R. Benchmark Reviews recently showed you the 400R and its excellent capabilities. A step above that is the 500R. We looked at model CC9011012-WW which has an arsenal of features. Four stock fans for massive cooling, tool-less installation, modular/configurable drive bays, eight expansion slots. It`s got everything you need, and nothing you don`t. This is a great case for the expanding system; for users who want to step out of something small and start getting big on their performance."

Rosewill FUTURE Mid Tower Gaming Case Review @Hi Tech Legion
     Sun, Dec 25 2011 | 2:18P | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
The Rosewill FUTURE Mid Tower Gaming Case offers value for any user. The FUTURE is labeled as a gaming case, however, the price, paired with the features, can be taken advantage of by most of the market. The FUTURE supports both standard ATX and Micro-ATX motherboards. Cooling includes four 120mm fans installed with room to expand. The two front HDD bay intake fans feature blue LEDs for that gaming look. On the front there is room for three 5.25 peripherals with a bracket that can change one of the bays to fit a 3.5 drive, or 2.5 HDD. Inside, there are six internal 3.5 HDD bays. There is also an internal bracket that can fit up to two 2.5 HDDs, if necessary."

Diablotek Fly Mid Tower Case Review @ ThinkComputers.org
     Sun, Dec 25 2011 | 9:42A | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
?Cases are typically composed of aluminum or steel, but today we get to take a look at one of the first cases we?ve seen to have an aluminum-magnesium mix. These two metals create a very lightweight case, weighing in at only 7.7lbs! It also has a unique brushed finish, both inside and out, to make it stand out from the crowd of cases. Read on further to see if fits up to today?s standards."

Fractal Array R2 Mini ITX NAS Case @ LanOC Reviews
     Sun, Dec 25 2011 | 9:11A | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
I recently took a look at our first Fractal case the Define Mini and I was very impressed. For a new company in the market I was very impressed with both their innovation and simplicity. Even more impressive and important was the price tag! The Define Mini is one of many cases from Fractal and I was very excited when they sent out another case to take a look at. This time a Mini ITX case that is designed to be a home NAS box called the Fractal Array R2. Without an optical drive and with room for lots of hard drives the Array R2 is a good candidate as a case for our event server rebuild."

SilverStone Grandia Series GD06 HTPC Chassis Review
     Sat, Dec 24 2011 | 9:12A | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Today we have the pleasure of going over another chassis from SilverStone with a fine tooth comb. There have been previous models in the Grandia chassis segment, all designed to deliver an attractive solution to add to your living room or home theater. Over time SilverStone has seen what works and what doesn`t, and in this example, being the current top dog in the lineup, the GD06 has a little bit of everything while doing away with things like a tiny LCD you couldn`t see across the room anyways. Stepping up the cooling inside of the chassis, SilverStone allows for more powerful systems to be properly cooled when we do decide to play our favorite game title on the big screen. Without giving too much of it away up front, I say we move from this right into the specifications so you can wrap your mind around everything found inside and outside of the latest Grandia Series in the GD 06 HTPC chassis."

Enermax Spinerex full tower Review - XSReviews
     Sat, Dec 24 2011 | 9:11A | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Today we`ve got a full tower chassis from Enermax called the Spinerex. They`re a fairly well respected company, so I expect great things from this case. As a full tower, I`ll be looking to ensure that it can contain a hearty helping of computing goodness, as well as the normal things like build quality, materials used and cleverness of design. Let`s get right into it, after you cast your eyes down this lovely set of features and specifications."

Ikonik Ra2000 Liquid Full-Tower Chassis Review @ Techgage
     Fri, Dec 23 2011 | 11:12P | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Self-contained liquid CPU coolers have become a dime-a-dozen (figuratively, of course), but it`s still not often when we see a chassis released with liquid cooling built-in. We`re taking a look at one such option here, from Ikonik. So let`s see what the Ra2000 Liquid is made off, and see if it deserves its $400 price tag."

TechREACTION.net Review: Nexus Prominent 5
     Fri, Dec 23 2011 | 11:36A | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
The Nexus Prominent cases are fitted with a noise absorbing foam material which does a good job. It is a premium dense foam-rubber-like material fitted on the panel behind the motherboard and a nice wave foam layer on the opposite side panel. These materials will add the extra bit of quietness people could be looking for in their system. It will not suppress a 70dB fan and make it silent, but it will take an already quiet system and hush it further. If you?ve got a drive that whines, the Prominent will help alleviate that sound from drilling slowly through your skull."

Fractal Design Define XL Case Review @ Hardware Secrets
     Fri, Dec 23 2011 | 1:03A | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
The Fractal Design Define XL full-tower case is targeted to users building a high-end gaming PC who want a huge cooling performance and, at the same time, the quietest computer possible. Let`s see how the Swedish manufacturer was able to achieve this goal."

Rosewill Thor V2 Computer Case
     Thu, Dec 22 2011 | 4:01P | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Rosewill, the company behind quality hardware and affordable cases, debuted the redesigned Thor-V2 case earlier this year and has since become one of the most recognized cases by enthusiasts. With its sleek design, jet-black paint and red LED intake fan, the Thor-V2 is very alluring from the outside. Rosewill engineers have made the Thor-V2 a competitive case with its innovated internal design, making it a customer’s choice award.

Xigmatek Elysium Case Review
     Thu, Dec 22 2011 | 1:17A | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
The cooling performance was top notch and with overclocked hardware, it was either the best performing thermally or a very strong runner up. When you look the support for long video cards and just a massive internal volume, it`s easy to see how this case would be appealing. The top of the case can house not only the single radiator used in my testing, but a dual 120 mm one with no ill effect. I can say that I honestly wouldn`t be buying this case myself at this price point - perhaps at a reduced cost, I might spring for it simply for its large size, though definitely the non-window version. It`s a big case, but it isn`t a big bang for your buck.,,,"

REVIEW: BitFenix Merc @ PureOverclock
     Wed, Dec 21 2011 | 10:11P | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
We`re looking at the latest mid-tower chassis from BitFenix: the Merc. Perhaps the most alluring characteristic though, it the price of the Merc. At only $40, that`s a killer price for a gamer case. We`re cautiously optimistic, based on what we`ve seen from BitFenix before, so let`s take a closer look at the Merc and find out if the successful trend continues.,,,"

A Futurelooks News Flash - Antec Eleven Hundred (1100) Super Mid-Tower Gaming Chassis Reviewed
     Wed, Dec 21 2011 | 7:46P | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
a post to your own news section would totally be appreciated. If we`re sending our news to the wrong place, we apologize. Just send us a message with the correct address to the address below. Don`t forget that,Futurelooks concludes our look at Antec`s latest and greatest gaming chassis ... *Antec?s Eleven Hundred (1100) Super Mid-Tower Gaming Chassis Reviewed * In our recent hands on video preview of the Antec Eleven Hundred Chassis, we took you through every part of the case. And like many of you, we were impressed with this one a whole lot more than we have with any Antec case that has come out in the last couple years. This case really gets Antec caught up with the pack. Along with the recently released P280, the company has really shown strong focus in building something that maintains the signature elegance of their line, but doesn?t shoe horn today?s necessities as an afterthought.,,,"

NZXT Tempest 210 Case Review @ Neoseeker
     Wed, Dec 21 2011 | 7:15P | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
NZXT`s Tempest 210 is a great mid-tower computer case that was designed with the budget system builder in mind. Hit our latest case review to see how well the Tempest 210 stacks up to its bigger brother, the Tempest 410, as well as more expensive offerings from the competition."

Thermaltake Chaser MK-I Case Review @Hi Tech Legion
     Wed, Dec 21 2011 | 6:18P | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
The Thermaltake Chaser MK-I happens to be one of those gems. The Chaser MK-I contains features similar to the Level 10 GT, but at half the price. Inside, Thermaltake uses a completely tool free system for the 5.25 and 3.5 drive bays. The cooling system includes a giant 200mm intake and top Colorshift fan, while the rear exhaust is a large 140mm TurboFan. Those fans are connected to the included fan controller, which features a high and low setting. There is enough room to expand and add 7 more fans for extreme cooling. Special features include an adapted BlacX docking station on the top, the ability to use the new USB 3.0 front header for compatible motherboards, and a headset holder connected to the side panel. The Chaser MK-I is completely liquid cooling ready and includes heightened foot stands."

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