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Cooler Master HAF 932 Advanced Case
     Mon, Jan 09 2012 | 9:02A | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
"Whether you are building a gaming machine for the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 590 or need room and stability to expand for tomorrow, the Cooler Master HAF 932 Advanced is going to be a case you will consider. The three massive 230 MM cooling fans and unique hard drive bay system certainly caught my attention. How well will the HAF 932 Advanced help cool the ASUS KGPE-D16 dual AMD Opteron motherboard? Why should you replace the rear 140MM case fan? Read On To Find Out!"

BitFenix Shinobi Window Case Review
     Mon, Jan 09 2012 | 9:01A | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
"BitFenix is a fairly new brand when it comes to the world of cases, however already it is well known for gamer/enthusiast focused quality cases such as the BitFenix Colossus which has been highly rated by buyers. Today I will be reviewing the latest mid-tower case; the BitFenix Shinobi."

MSI Launches Computer Cases
     Sun, Jan 08 2012 | 10:45P | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF

December 07, 2011 – MSI, the world’s premiere computer hardware and systems manufacturer, today announces a new line of computer cases aimed at PC enthusiasts that will be exclusively distributed by Pro-Com Products in North America.

The Interceptor Series is designed to meet the rigorous demands of overclockers and gamers, yet provides extensive functionality and flexibility for everyday users.

Two models will premiere in the black steel ATX mid tower designs – the Nighthawk and the Raptor.Both models boast seven (7) expansion slots, making them ideal for multi-GPU settings and accommodate high end graphics cards up to 12.2in/310mm in length.  An Included USB 3.0 port and pre-installed 12-in-1 front panel card reader provides quick access to all popular storage formats. 


“We are proud to continue expanding on the higher standard inspired by MSI’s award-winning Military Class series of products,” said Rajiv Kothari, Director of Product Management at Pro-Com Products. “The brand-new Interceptor series’ combination on functionality, design, and value will surely appeal to all types of passionate PC builders.”

Availability and Pricing
The Interceptor series will be readily available by the end of December in North America at authorized retailers and e-tailers. The Nighthawk has an MSRP of $79.99 and the Raptor has an MSRP of $59.99.

About MSI
Founded in 1986, MSI strives to design and manufacture superior technology and innovative products, while offering outstanding customer service. MSI has continued to uphold a business philosophy that stresses “award-winning product quality and outstanding customer service.” To learn more about MSI and its product lines, please visit: http://us.msi.com. You may also connect with MSI on Facebook (http://www.facebook.com/MSI.ComputerUS) and Twitter (http://www.twitter.com/msiUSA).


Video Perspective: Corsair Carbide 500R and 400R Case Review
     Sun, Jan 08 2012 | 10:31A | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
When Corsair showed us the first versions of the Carbide series in Taiwan during Computex 2011, it was finally addressing the primary complaint that many had about its cases: price. The Carbide 500R can be found today for about $139 and the 400R for under $100."

Cooler Master Elite 310 Case Review
     Sun, Jan 08 2012 | 9:03A | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
"I’ll say it like it is, The Cooler Master Elite 310 is not the case you’re going to be selecting for your next powerful gaming rig. However, it still a solid case that would be suitable for a budget build or if you’re going for something less flashy. The one we received was the model with the white chassis and the pink front plate. So this model may be a great one to go with if you’re looking for something for the lady in your life, or the guys who enjoy the color pink (you know who you are). Still, it should be noted that the case is also available in black, and has a fairly diverse selection of front plate coloring options. So fear not, pink is not your only choice!"

Raidmax Viper PC Case
     Sat, Jan 07 2012 | 9:04P | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
When you`re looking for a computer case, there`s no doubt that your options literally seem endless. There`s a lot of big name and small name computer case manufacturers and each has quite a large lineup of cases to offer. Prices range from the low double digits, up to at least a couple hundred dollars for high end models. What`s your best choice? Is it possible to get a case for under $100 that both looks great and is full of the same functionality you`d expect from a more expensive case? Raidmax might just be here to answer your cries with the Viper. The Viper is a sleek looking case with an edgy, but smooth design, a lot of functionality and a great price tag."

Thermaltake Level 10 GT Snow Edition (VN10006W2N) Case Review @ TechwareLabs
     Sat, Jan 07 2012 | 10:31A | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Today cases are evolving every day in look, functionality, and practicality. Most cases offer a great solution but obvious flaws in one of these fields. With that we have found the Holy Grail: The Level 10 GT from Thermaltake. We have seen and reviewed the normal version of the Level 10 GT but today we have the Snow Edition: A White rendition of the already popular case."

LanCool PC-K9 Computer Case Review @ APH Networks
     Fri, Jan 06 2012 | 9:04P | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
When it comes to manufacturing computer cases, every manufacturer has its strengths. Thermaltake and Cooler Master have been known to produce excellent PC and gaming enthusiast cases that provide superb cooling with great value. SilverStone has been known to produce cases focusing on design inspiration and quality. Lian Li is a manufacturer that designs fully aluminum cases with some of, if not the best, quality for enthusiasts and professional workstations alike. However, what we see all the more common nowadays, is several of these manufacturers have created sub-brands or subsidiaries that focuses on different goals. Thermaltake created the sub-brand Tt eSPORTS that focuses on fully featured and fully equipped gaming gear for eSports use. Cooler Master created CM Storm back in 2009 that zooms in on arming the gaming revolution with a futuristic military based thematic approach on chassis and gaming gear. Lastly, Lian Li created the subsidiary LanCool, also back in 2009, aimed at creating aluminum chassis much like their original line-up, but at a more affordable price. Today, we are looking at the LanCool PC-K9 from Lian Li`s subsidiary LanCool. The big question for us today is, has Lian Li kept up their build quality aluminum characteristic designs, while keeping it at a more affordable price? Well, you will have read on to find out!"

NZXT Phantom Case Review
     Fri, Jan 06 2012 | 9:02P | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
After getting all my hardware in there I truly like the way it looks. The pink is very different from any case I`ve ever owned and will probably remain one of the most unique cases I`ll ever own. But like I said, if you have that special someone you are still trying to introduce to gaming.if she loves pink this might be for her - but don`t forget, not all of us girls LOVE pink (urban legend). So it might not be the PINK from Victoria Secret but.it is better than the pink nightmare from A Christmas Story."

In Win Mana 136 Case Review @ Hardware Secrets
     Fri, Jan 06 2012 | 4:39P | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
The Mana 136 is an inexpensive mid-tower case from In Win, offered in black or white. We reviewed the white version."

Mid-Tower Case Round-Up: Antec, Corsair, NZXT, Thermaltake
     Fri, Jan 06 2012 | 1:29P | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
It’s been a while since our last case roundup--a long while, actually--so it’s high time we did another. We take a look at a slew of (mostly) mid tower cases on the following pages, including the Antec Eleven Hundred, the Corsair Carbide 400R and 500R, the NZXT Source 220, and Thermaltake Chaser MK-I, each designed for a slightly different consumer. Every case in this roundup has strengths, weaknesses, and features that the others may not have, although each also has its own value proposition. If a case is flashy and feature-laden, in general, it will come with a higher price tag as well. If it’s more stripped-down, it'll generally costs less. If a case is targeted as an attention getter, it should do so with swagger, but if it’s trying to keep a low profile, in turn it should deliver that with stealthy class...

Raidmax Viper PC Case @ TestFreaks
     Thu, Jan 05 2012 | 11:44A | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Today for review I?ve got another PC case, it?s the new on from Raidmax called the Viper. These case features three 120mm cooling fans pre-installed, along with tool-less installation for your hard drive and 5.25? bays. The case also features fold out handles on the side panels for easy removal and holes already there for your water cooling setup if that?s what you?re running. The case is a bit small, but it looks good and it?s well made. I?ve put a system into it so read on to see how it worked out?"

Lian Li PC-TU200 Case Review @ ThinkComputers.org
     Thu, Jan 05 2012 | 9:36A | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
?I have to say I am a huge fan of small form factor (SFF) cases. Not only because they are small but I am amazed at all of the features they can pack into such a small case. Today?s case is no exception. It fits Mini-ITX and Mini-DTX motherboards, has internal USB 3.0 and eSATA compatibility, a large 140mm intake fan, room for both 3.5-inch and 2.5-inch hard drives, a really cool side panel release system and even a handle on top for easy transportation. The case I?m talking about is the PC-TU200 from Lian Li. Read on as we have the review."

Lian Li PC-Z60 @ ocaholic
     Thu, Jan 05 2012 | 9:36A | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
With the PC-Z60 Lian Li has a very well equipped midi tower in its portfolio. Characteristical for cases from the twaiwanese high-end manufacturer is its extraordinary craftmanship. To mention one feature: with this case you get hot swap cages which allow quick and easy exchange of hard drives."

NZXT Tempest 410 @ techPowerUp
     Thu, Jan 05 2012 | 9:36A | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
The Tempest 410 is intended to carry the genes of the original Tempest series, with the updated guts to offer modern features. Clocking in at 80 or 100 US Dollars it will be interesting what makes this chassis stand out from the crowded market."

HornetTek Fantasy @ LanOC Reviews
     Thu, Jan 05 2012 | 9:20A | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Naming a product after the subject of a Ludacris song definitely garners up images of fast cars, hot women, and wealth. Does the Fantasy from HornetTek live up to my fantasies of a personal media player, and is it something you should consider adding to your already crowded home entertainment system? Read on to find out!"

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