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Thermaltake Armor A30 Case Review
     Wed, May 18 2011 | 2:24P | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
The Thermaltake A30 is clearly targeted at gamers if not LAN party enthusiasts directly. The all black SFF design does little to hide the modular chassis' ability to hold a full size build with only the micro/mini ATX motherboard limiting the options.
  FULL STORY @ NINJALANE

Thermaltake Armor A30 Computer Case Review
     Wed, May 18 2011 | 2:24P | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
contributed to the end of World War II. Are you catching on now? Will it be better if I got a bit more specific? Razer -- a well known company in the computer market for developing peripherals geared towards gamers. Noctua -- an well recognized company renowned for their superb quietness in quality computing components. Thermaltake -- what exactly do we know about Thermaltake? Well, from what we have seen so far on APH Networks, we know that they produce pretty decent keyboards and mice by their sub-brand, Tt eSPORTS. We also know Thermaltake cases are decently priced for the features and quality it gives. If you are new around here, what I am really talking about is the Thermaltake Armor A60 reviewed by yours truly, and the Thermaltake Armor A90 reviewed by my colleague Jonathan quite some time back. However, what we have here today is much different than these two chassis that I have just mentioned. Although it may be the smallest of the three, it is actually priced at approximately $30 USD more at press time. Presenting to you the Thermaltake Armor A30, the first question you may be asking is whether or not it is an overrated chassis with some "meh" additional features tacked on. Funny to mention, because this little bugger can fit quite a bit under the hood, given the amount of physical space it requires. I don't know about you, but the next thing that comes to my mind is whether or not I can conveniently bring a decently built computer to LAN parties and show off my 1337 skills. So would the Armor A30 stand a chance against its bigger brothers? Read on to find out!
  FULL STORY @ APHNETWORKS

Cooler Master CM Storm Enforcer Review
     Wed, May 18 2011 | 2:23P | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
"The CM Storm Enforcer is the newest addition to Cooler Master’s family of mid-tower cases bringing with it an impressive list of features. Inside we crack the chassis open to see if it has what it takes to truly set itself apart."
  FULL STORY @ COOLERMASTER

Cooler Master HAF 932 Advanced
     Tue, May 17 2011 | 8:31P | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
“Cooler Master has unleashed yet another HAF chassis to its full tower line up, the new and improved HAF 932 Advanced. This exciting new chassis is designed to house today's hottest graphics cards, CPUs and motherboards while at the same time producing enough airflow to keep all of your systems components cool. Let's take a look at the new HAF 932 Advanced and see exactly what improvements and features Cooler Master has added into the updated design, and if they really did find a way to improve on its successful HAF lineup.”
  FULL STORY @ PUREOVERCLOCK

Corsair Obsidian 650D Review
     Tue, May 17 2011 | 5:46P | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Having two full tower cases within the range has certainly satisfied the high-end market but what about mid-range? Well today we will be looking at the new 650D. This is a mid-tower case, offering all the features of the 800D but in a smaller shell. Not everyone favours a full tower case, many have been waiting for this 650D – the smaller brother to the 800D.
  FULL STORY @ VORTEZ

Silverstone Raven RV03 Enthusiast Tower
     Tue, May 17 2011 | 4:01P | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Now SilverStone has released a new case to the market, the Raven RV03, which sticks with its predecessors 90° motherboard mounting and advancements in design. With the RV03 SilverStone retained much of the styling from the RV02, but made it to be not as long, which eliminates some problems of its older brethren. Most notably would be the issue of where to stick it, since the length of the -01 and -02 models made it stick out from under your desk if on the floor, or hang over the edge if put on top of the desk. So without further adieu, lets get this show started!
  FULL STORY @ SILVERSTONE

Enermax Hoplite Midi Tower PC Case Review
     Tue, May 17 2011 | 4:00P | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
With an impressive range of features, high build quality and a very tempting price tag the latest Hoplite midi tower by Enermax is proof enough that they've got what it takes to also dominate the PC Case market.
  FULL STORY @ RWLABS

 
In-Win Dragon Rider Full Tower PC Case Review
     Mon, May 16 2011 | 3:54P | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
With killer looks, great price point, 5 pre-installed fans, ability to accommodate up to 11 fans, 8 PCI expansion slots, 3 year warranty and plenty of room to house almost any hardware configuration one can think of the Dragon Rider is without doubt the best Full Tower PC Case In Win has manufactured to date.
  FULL STORY @ RWLABS

Enermax Hoplite System Case Review
     Mon, May 16 2011 | 3:54P | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
A hoplite was a heavily armed citizen-soldier of the Ancient Greek city-states. Enermax claims that their new system case is also heavily armed. Let’s find out if this is indeed so.
  FULL STORY @ XBITLABS

Antec Sonata IV Mid-Tower Case Review
     Mon, May 16 2011 | 3:51P | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
"The Sonata IV from Antec is a mid-tower case with elegant styling that promises whisper quiet operation. The Antec Sonata IV is aimed squarely at the HTPC and high end business/SOHO market where aesthetic appeal and silence are the most important characteristics. With a gloss piano black finish and discretely styled front panel, the Sonata IV can look at home in almost any environment. Included with the Sonata IV is a 620 watt Antec Neo PSU, more than enough wattage to power for any mainstream system. The Sonata IV is versatile, with motherboard compatibility for micro-ATX, ATX, and even mini-ITX boards which are now common in HTPC builds. Inside the Sonata IV there is room for four 3.5” drives as well as one 2.5” drive. Outside is space for three 5.25” optical drives. The front I/O puts your most commonly used connections in an easily accessed area, including audio, 2 USB 2.0 and 1 USB 3.0."
  FULL STORY @ HITECHLEGION

Corsair Obsidian 650D Mid Tower Case Review
     Mon, May 16 2011 | 3:43P | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
"The real issue for the release of the 700D was that pricing again took them out of many buyers' lists. At that time the 800D, fully loaded, was near $300, and the 700D missing the key features that set the 800D on such a pedestal, and the pricing was only $30 less. While I liked both chassis', I don't think Corsair hit the "heartstring" of the average buyers, at least not yet. Almost a year to date since I looked at the 700D, the Obsidian series gets a new addition. Keeping with the same exterior simplicity and styling, this new chassis holds a new interior in a new case type as well. Both of the previous chassis designs were based off of a full tower design, where this time the 650D we are going to be taking a look at today is based off of a mid tower design. With the success of another mid tower, the 600T from the Graphite Series, Corsair thought it a great idea to reuse the interior with this design. Not only should it keep pricing down, since there isn't a vast redesign trying to take away from the 800's interior, it offers you the best of both series in my opinion."
  FULL STORY @ TWEAKTOWN

The TR Podcast 87: The Tri-fecta: 3D transistors and Level 10 GT
     Mon, May 16 2011 | 11:38A | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
If you`ve been dying to get the scoop on Intel`s Z68 Express longing for a review of Thermaltake`s Level 10 GT and pining for an unraveling of 3D transistors... this is the TR Podcast episode for you."
  FULL STORY @ TECHREPORT.COM

TechwareLabs Review: Thermaltake Level 10 GT Computer Case
     Thu, May 12 2011 | 8:49P | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
When Thermaltake released the original Level 10 computer case to the market the reaction was sent a shockwave through consumers. The case co-designed with BMW sported lines and curves to die for while maintaining functionality, the only hitch was the price. Now Thermaltake has released the Level 10 GT which sets out to maintain the styling that won the original case fame while dropping the price and even increasing the feature set. Find out What Josh thinks about the Level 10 GT."
  FULL STORY @ TECHWARELABS.COM

Corsair Obsidian Series 650D
     Thu, May 12 2011 | 4:52P | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
"Priced at $199 on Newegg as of this publication, it is hard to not see the 650D from Corsair as a bit overpriced, but the design quality, build quality and unique features seem to counter our initial impressions in that regard."
  FULL STORY @ OBSIDIAN

Norco RPC-4020 Server Chassis
     Thu, May 12 2011 | 4:03P | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
"Today I have the latest revision of their popular RPC-4020 chassis here. The RPC-4020 is a 4U server chassis with the support for 20 hot-swap drive bays being the main selling point of this model. The RPC-4020 comes in at just over $320CDN - nearly half the price of most other 20-bay hot-swap chassis' on the market. Let's take a look at this exciting looking chassis to see all that it has to offer in the home and professional market segments!"
  FULL STORY @ DREAMWARECOMPUTERS

Corsair Carbide Series 500R Arctic White Mid Tower Case Review
     Thu, May 12 2011 | 11:19A | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Today we are looking at the second chassis in the Carbide series. For those who follow what I write about, the 400R wasn`t all that long ago. In my time looking up information on the 400R, I found myself sitting there admiring its bigger brother more than I was actually looking into the 400R. My feelings were even written when I reviewed the first in the Carbide series that while the 400R offers plenty of bang for the buck, I wanted to see this version of a similarly designed chassis to give a more informed answer as to which of the two I would put my money on. Even though there is a black and a white version of today`s sample, Corsair was nice enough to send me the Arctic White version of the 500R from their Carbide series. This is why I brought up the 600T SE in the first place. I already have a handle on what a white chassis from Corsair can look like day to day, but this time I get a different approach in style to basically the same idea."
  FULL STORY @ TWEAKTOWN.COM

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