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Hands On With the In Win D-Frame
     Tue, Jan 13 2015 | 12:01P | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
"The new In Win D-Frame Mini chassis, is a more affordable, and more portable version of the original In Win D-Frame that originally launched at COMPUTEX 2012. Here’s our exclusive video preview of this exciting new case, that will be launching at COMPUTEX 2014."

Cooltek C3
     Mon, Jan 12 2015 | 6:39P | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
The Cooltek C3 aims to be an affordable, 100% aluminum chassis, attractive to both HTPC users and those looking for a compact chassis for fairly potent hardware. It also comes in two colors, and you can have your pick of a solid or windowed side panel.

Thermaltake Core V31 Midi Tower Review
     Mon, Jan 12 2015 | 1:56P | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
In this year’s somewhat crowded CES we may have witnessed the unveiling of a very large number of new electronic and electrical devices by an equally large number of companies but at the end of the day it didn’t really take long for anyone to realize that this year most manufacturers brought forward mobile accessories such as tablets, smartphones and smart bands rather than new PC hardware and peripherals something that i for once didn't see coming so soon (although i do realize that such products sell like cupcakes lately). Still many manufacturers introduced new PC hardware and peripherals not long ago and amongst those was the latest Core V31 Midi Tower by Thermaltake which ended up on our photo bench a few days ago.

CyberPowerPC Shows off Radical Fang Trinity System @ ThinkComputers.org
     Mon, Jan 12 2015 | 11:33A | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
CyberPowerPC was showing off one of the coolest systems we have seen in a very long time at CES 2015 this week. They are calling it their Fang Trinity and as you can see from the photos and video below it has quite a radical design, something that we have not seen before! So the Fang Trinity is based off new case design by Deepcool. The case has a compartment type design where different components are stored in different compartments on the case. This design is extremely unique and makes for a very cool looking system. This case is not cheap either the compartments are made of steel had each have a very thick metal cover."

Thermaltake Commander G41
     Mon, Jan 12 2015 | 1:50A | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
"The Thermaltake Commander G41 & G42 Cases are virtually identical, except for a different front bezel and dimension. With a long list of features, both of these cases are sure to please and to make the best of it, they're affordable." ~3dGameMan.com

BitFenix Phenom Mini ITX Chassis Review
     Sun, Jan 11 2015 | 12:03P | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Until recent years small form factor chassis have been exclusive to HTPC or small form factor with older small form factor motherboards aimed at office and HTPC users mainly. With the surge in high quality and gaming focused small form factor motherboards, there has been a growing need to design and release an adequate and acceptable counterpart.

Bitfenix Colossus Micro ATX Case Review
     Sat, Jan 10 2015 | 12:02P | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Bitfenix sent us a Micro-ATX version of their Colossus case. Seeing that mATX and miniITX cases are designed y to accommodate as many hardware components with as little space as possible, I am curious to know how good this case really is! This is the first smaller-than-ATX case that I am reviewing, so I curious to know how good these case designs really are!! Its not really a secret that I am a fan of invert motherboard case design, especially with low-cost case like BitFenix Outlaw..

Antec ISK 600 Mini ITX Case Review
     Sat, Jan 10 2015 | 9:03A | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
A few weeks back we promised to bring you several reviews of mITX/mATX PC Cases and today we have yet another one for you from our friends at Antec. My first encounter with an mITX case by Antec was back in 2009 when i managed to get their brand new then ISK 300-65 in my hands and started building a small HTPC with equipment from ASRock, OCZ and other manufacturers. It was a great little case but it lacked space for anything more than just the smallest hardware components one could find around something which in the end forced me to change my plans and search for something larger. Fast forward almost 5 years in the future and Antec has finally upped their game quite a bit so they've finally released something that i only wish i could have back then the quite affordable yet gamer oriented ISK 600.

Thermaltake Core V21 Review
     Fri, Jan 09 2015 | 4:50P | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
The Core V21 is a higly interesting mATX case from Thermaltake. It offers lots of interior space. For example you can install no less then three 240 millimeter radiators, which is very unusual with cases of these dimensions. Apart from that there is a modular cable management, which will allow you to build perfectly neat watercooled systems.

Thermaltake Core X2 Chassis Review
     Fri, Jan 09 2015 | 4:49P | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
“The custom PC market has exploded over the last few years. Along with the rapid growth has come some new and exciting chassis designs that allows for builders to add an assortment of high end cooling components. Thermaltake’s new Core X series of cases looks to offer versatility, simplistic outward design and affordability for those looking for something unique, particularly for a water cooling setup. Let’s take a closer look at the Thermaltake Core X2 chassis.”

SteelSeries Siberia V3 Review @ Vortez
     Fri, Jan 09 2015 | 4:05P | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
The design is definitively `Siberia` and has been crafted with expert precision. They have improved the retractable microphone, upgraded the drivers to the latest generation of SteelSeries speaker drivers that have been refined to give a `tournament grade` soundscape tailored for gaming. Meaning better situational awareness and separation in sound effects in game. The most noticeable change is that the V3 features no inline remote and has moved the microphone mute switch on the left side earcup. This makes the setup process significantly simpler, and easier to use for the end user who are often faced with various stages of volume management with today`s devices."

SilverStone Raven RVZ01 @ techPowerUp
     Thu, Jan 08 2015 | 4:05P | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Silverstone aims to dominate the Steam-powered HTPC/Gaming arena with the Raven RVZ01 as it may hold a large GPU of up to 330 mm in size - all while aiming for the golden middle between performance, cooling, and expandability. With a sub-100 USD price tag, the chassis may just be what you need if you are out to build a cool-looking but small gaming power house."

Corsair Graphite Graphite 380T review
     Thu, Jan 08 2015 | 12:01P | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
We review the new Graphite 380T from Corsair, based on the original ideas of Corsair's R&D the designers wanted to put a mini-ITX compatible chassis with awesome looks, functionality and ease of use. As such the Graphite Series has been updated with model 380T we review the yellow mini tower case. Albeit being mini, the 380T houses up to four 3.5in/2.5in drives and a full-length graphics card with ease.

Silverstone Raven RV05 Case Review
     Thu, Jan 08 2015 | 9:03A | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Now, SilverStone has just released the latest chassis in the Raven series, the RV05. Drawing it’s design straight from the RV01, the Raven RV05 continues a trend started by the NZXT H440 with the removal of all 5.25? drive bays. Without the bays, the RV05 is smaller than many mid-towers while still retaining compatibility for a full range of standard features such as ATX motherboards and power supplies, bays for dual 3.5? drives and 2.5? drives, and even water cooling support.

Fractal Design Core 3300
     Wed, Jan 07 2015 | 4:02P | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
"Designed as a low cost solution, the Core 3300 comes with a lot of advantages: a wide body design to allow for great cable management, multiple radiator support, room to install up to seven 140mm case fans (two are included), a vertical hard drive mounting system that supports 2.5/3.5” drives, a front panel textured finish, and much more."

The NZXT Sentry 3
     Wed, Jan 07 2015 | 4:01P | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
When your motherboard runs out of headers for all those cool case fans you still need to install, you might want to consider a fan controller. The NZXT Sentry 3 features a 5.4-inch color touchscreen, the largest yet for any single bay fan controller, that allows you to control up to five fan channels each supplying a maximum 15W of power. There's more neat features packed into this $34.99 fan controller, and we'll see how well it fares in our review.

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