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Corsair Carbide 300R Mid-Tower Gaming Chassis Review @ Techgage
     Fri, Jun 29 2012 | 11:05A | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
* In a market with over a billion (give or take a couple) different chassis for under $100, finding the right one is easier said than done. Fortunately, there are some vendors where you pretty-well know by default that their product won`t let you down. Corsair is one of those, and we`re here to see if its Carbide 300R lives up to those high expectations."

Steelseries Kinzu v2 Pro Edition Review - XSReviews
     Thu, Jun 28 2012 | 11:59A | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Steelseries is certainly no stranger to any gamer. A Danish manufacturer of a wide variety of peripherals and accessories, they have traditionally partnered with a number of big names in the industry, such as Blizzard, Valve, Ubisoft, EA and NCsoft, alongside input from, and sponsorship of, a number of professional gaming teams such as Evil Geniuses and Fnatic. Steelseries produce around two dozen mice in their current range, catering to many specific games and styles of gaming. Bucking the trend of some of the recently reviewed gaming mice such as the WoW MMO Gaming Mouse, the Steelseries Kinzu v2 opts to go the other way, stripping back the multi-button complexity and providing a mid-range offering with an elegantly simple design. How does the Steelseries Kinzu hold up against their other offerings? Read on to find out. A link to the article would be much appreciated."

Aerocool Strike-X One PC Tower @ Pro-Clockers
     Thu, Jun 28 2012 | 9:21A | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Next, we will be taking a look at Strike-X?s value gaming tower which is simply labeled Strike-X One. To begin what we like about the One case is that it is set in a price range that many companies are not pricing their product even though it where it should be. At $60, the case a decent amount of features and doesn?t have the hardcore Strike-X theme of the GT chassis we reviewed."

In Win Mana 137 Mid Tower Case Review
     Wed, Jun 27 2012 | 2:11P | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
"In Win is a company known for its unique style of cases, but today we’ll be looking at a rather non-stylish case by the company. It offers two USB 3.0 ports and even supports up to two SSD’s, in addition to the six 3.5” drive bays. Keeping this case simple helps keep bring down the price of the case, but will this drop in style equal a drop in overall quality? Read on further to find out."

BitFenix Shinobi XL Full Tower Case Review @ Legit Reviews
     Wed, Jun 27 2012 | 11:05A | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Today we take a look at the latest offering from BitFenix, the Shinobi XL. BitFenix took their proven Shinobi case and upsized it accomodate the largest of hardware today. This case supports XL-ATX motherboards, long graphics cards and up to two 360mm radiators for water cooling enthusiasts. You also have four USB 3.0 ports and the all-new BitFenix SuperCharge port keep your peripherals and mobile devices ready. Join us as we see just how much hardware the Shinobi XL can hold."

Rosewill R5 Black Mid Tower Case Review
     Wed, Jun 27 2012 | 9:03A | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
"Giving the specifications of the Rosewill R5 chassis a quick look through, we start to get an idea of what the R5 chassis has to offer us. One of the main things that I personally like about the Rosewill R5 chassis is that this particular chassis can handle up to six HDDs, and they can be either the 3.5” HDD or the smaller 2.5” HDD/SSD, or a combination of a little bit of both. For cooling, the Rosewill R5 chassis can handle up to ten 120/140mm fans..."

Bitfenix Shinobi XL @ Techreaction.net
     Tue, Jun 26 2012 | 11:05A | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
It is always a fun day at the office when boxes from Bitfenix show up. Today we have their new take on the Shinobi, the Shinobi XL. The Shinobi was a great mid tower that we took a look at awhile back and we are hoping the XL just builds off that greatness. The XL sports internal USB 3.0 headers, along with a new SuperCharge port that supplies 2.5A, up to 5 times what USB 2.0 provides, to help charge your portable devices. There is improved wire management inside the XL, which we will be sure to examine. Now, lets get this shin-dig started shall we?"

SilverStone Temjin TJ04-EW Evolution ATX Computer Chassis Review
     Tue, Jun 26 2012 | 9:21A | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
There are a lot of great ATX mid-tower cases on the market today. The only real way to set yourself apart is to either have the best of a particular feature or a very unique feature. SilverStone has been one of the companies we can depend on to create unique case designs. The case we are looking at today is not a unique look, but does have a very unique system of space and cable management. Lets see what a seemingly basic box can be when its pushed to the design edge with the SilverStone TJ04-E (Windowed) Evolution chassis! *"

BitFenix Prodigy @ techPowerUp
     Mon, Jun 25 2012 | 11:05A | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
BitFenix`s latest case offering, by the name Prodigy, has already turned many heads at Computex. It combines the best of many worlds, with its included handles, ability to hold full size components to be used on an ITX board and the choice between potent air or liquid cooling. Is it really the wonder child we have been waiting for, or just a cheap imposter?"

Zalman Z11 Plus Black Case Review @ Legit Reviews
     Mon, Jun 25 2012 | 9:59A | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Today we are going to be looking at one of the many Zalmans chassis: the Z11 Plus chassis. This particular chassis incorporates a unique feature that I have yet seen on other manufacturers chassis. And that being, an HDD cooling system incorporated into the chassis directly. Instead of just placing a fan on or near the HDDs, like other manufacturers do, Zalman specifically designed a powered venting system on this chassis that will help keep our HDDs cool during their usage, and not have that heated air circulate inside of the chassis."

LEPA LPC302 Mid-Tower Case Review
     Sat, Jun 23 2012 | 12:02P | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
LEPA have been in the backseat when it comes to brand publicity for some years now, but we are starting to see a bit of a breakthrough happen with the company as it further advances in top power supplies. LEPA don’t have a vast range of computer cases, but they are building on this area, as you will see as we review the LEPA LPC302 ATX Mid-Tower case. It is not the most attractive and memorable of names, but hopefully the mid-range design can be more memorable.

Silverstone Kublai KL04 @ techPowerUp
     Sat, Jun 23 2012 | 11:59A | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Silverstone is known for pushing the envelope with unique internal layouts. The Kublai KL04 series does just that within the bounds of a mid-tower. We take a closer look at the case to see, if Silverstone has done it again, or if they have not managed to reinvent the wheel this time around."

Corsair Obsidian Series 550D Case Review @ Legit Reviews
     Sat, Jun 23 2012 | 11:54A | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Now that Corsair has figured out the formula to churn out enthusiast grade cases it is no surprise they tried their hand at building a silent case. The Corsair Obsidian 550D borrows a lot of the features from the rest of their case line up and even adds a few new ones such as silencing panel on all but the rear fan ports to allow you to run cool or silent..."

SilverStone Fortress FT03-MINI Review @ Vortez
     Sat, Jun 23 2012 | 8:02A | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Fusing together the looks and charm of the original the FT03-Mini has been reduced in size by a whopping 50%. The feature-set of the FT03-Mini has been rationalised to be accommodated by the reduced size of the chassis, with the aim of catering condensed, Mini-ITX systems. Can this smaller variant to the classic Fortress series impress us again? Let`s find out!"

CM Storm Stryker @ techPowerUp
     Fri, Jun 22 2012 | 11:54A | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Cooler Master has had quite the success with the CM Storm Trooper chassis. The new Stryker utilizes the same shape, design and chassis, but offers different side panels and that important white and black look."

NZXT Phantom 410
     Thu, Jun 21 2012 | 5:17P | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
“The NZXT Phantom 410 Mid-Tower includes room for the larger video cards, and sports an acrylic window for your viewing pleasure, plus water cooling features with room for a 240mm/280mm radiator, and a modular design. The NZXT Phantom 410 also gives consumers a few distinct color choices, so there are some very interesting options and features here for a case that is very well priced at only $100. Let’s see if NZXT can continue the quality and innovation with the Phantom 410 Mid-Tower chassis.”

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