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NZXT H630 Silent Ultra-Tower Case Review @ HiTech Legion
     Tue, Aug 20 2013 | 9:50A | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
The H630 is NZXT`s first full-tower case designed for silent-computing. The NZXT H630 shares the same internal base design as the Phantom 630 with two less 5.25 drive bays and increased 3.5 modular cage mounting support. Externally, the H630 adopts a more conservative, less-rounded look compared to the Phantom series while maintaining an unmistakably NZXT signature aesthetic. Noise dampening materials line the top, front and side panels of the H630 to minimize sound output from the enthusiast-class components installed inside. Radiator support up to 360mm is available at the top and front, while a 240mm or 280mm can be installed at the bottom. The H630 HDD cages can even be reconfigured or removed entirely to accommodate thicker radiators for the front. In terms of component support, the NZXT H630 provides 190mm of CPU heatsink height clearance as well as 354mm clearance for video cards with ample cable management routing space of 27mm behind the right side panel. An SD-card reader connected via USB 2.0 header is built into the front panel I/O as well as an LED on/off switch for the rear I/O. The NZXT H630 measures 245 x 547 x 567mm (W x H x D) made of SECC steel as well as ABS Plastic and supports ITX through XL-ATX/EATX motherboard sizes. Right out of the box, the NZXT H630 comes with a 20mm front intake fan as well as a 140mm rear exhaust fan, pre-installed into the built-in 10-channel 3-pin fan hub./"

Corsair Carbide Air 540 Case
     Sun, Aug 18 2013 | 12:45P | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
The Corsair Carbide Air 540 is the next PC-Case in the Technic3D Editorship. The Air 540 Cube supports E-ATX, ATX, Micro-ATX and Mini-ATX motherboards and have place for five 120mm Cooling-Fans or five 140mm Fans. We will check this and many more in the following Review."

Cougar Spike case review
     Sat, Aug 17 2013 | 4:01P | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Cougar made its debut in 2007 and quickly became a recognized name among computer enthusiasts. The German firm primarily focuses on cases, power supplies and fans, and this is the first time we'll be taking a look at one of Cougar's products at DV Hardware. The focus of this review is the Cougar Spike, a mini tower case designed for gaming-oriented Micro-ATX builds. Priced at $39.99, this is a low budget case that promises relatively great expandability in a space-saving design.

Corsair 900D Super Tower
     Tue, Aug 13 2013 | 9:03A | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
“Cases have come so far in so little time that it’s almost impossible to see every single one. They’ve transformed from being plain beige boxes to offering just about any shape and/or color your heart desires. They also come in a variety of sizes – from cases designed for Mini-ITX boards to those designed for E-ATX or even bigger. The case we’ll be looking at today fits firmly into the “E-ATX or bigger” category. You’re all familiar with the name Corsair – they’ve been around making high-end cases, peripherals, SSDs, RAM, and more for quite some time. Corsair just released their latest top-of-the-line case – the 900D – and we’ve got our hands on one to check out for you guys. Grab a drink and a snack and settle in – this case is loaded to the gills with goodies.”

Corsair Raptor M40 Review @ Ocaholic
     Mon, Aug 12 2013 | 10:08A | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Last year, Corsair acquired Raptor Gaming, a maker of high performance PC gaming peripherals. Raptor Gaming is a well know brand which has an especially strong retail presence in Germany. Today we will analyze the new Raptor M40, equipped with an Avago ADNS-3090 sensor that features 4000 DPI resolution and the mouse itself costs a reasonable 59 US-Dollar."

big.LITTLE: ARM's Strategy For Efficient Computing
     Mon, Aug 12 2013 | 9:03A | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
big.LITTLE is ARM's solution to a particularly nasty problem: New process nodes no longer deliver the kind of overall power consumption improvements that they did prior to 2005. Prior to 90nm, semiconductor firms could count on new chips being smaller, faster, and drawing less power at a given frequency. Eight years ago, that stopped being true. New nodes still pack more transistors per square millimeter, but the improvements to power consumption and maximum frequency have been falling every single node. Rising defect densities have already created a situation where -- for the first time ever -- 20nm chips won't be cheaper than the 28nm processors they're supposed to replace. This is a critical problem for mobile, where low power consumption is absolutely vital. big.LITTLE is ARM's answer to this problem...

er Master N400 Computer Case
     Mon, Aug 12 2013 | 9:00A | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
The case it light enough that it can be take to friends or LAN parties and with its clean built and low price point, this is a great case for someone looking to upgrade their current case or building a new system on without killing your budget.

In Win GT1 Mid Tower Case Review @ ThinkComputers.org
     Mon, Aug 12 2013 | 6:19A | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Over the years In Win has always been able to create very attractive cases that we have really enjoyed. The thing about the cases is that they would always seem to be able to keep the price down. This is again the case with the GT1. A mid tower case that has great looks, support for long video cards, 2.5-inch and 3.5-inch hard drives, a hard drive dock and USB 3.0. All of those features come at a price of $64.99, which seems like a steal. Read on and see if it really is a steal of if this case turns out to be a disappointment."

Lian Li PC-TU100 B Mini-Tower
     Sun, Aug 11 2013 | 4:03P | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
"One of the smallest, yet very portable SFF chassis designs hits the TweakTown desk, as Lian Li delivers the PC-TU100 for testing."

NZXT H630 Case Review @ Hardware Secrets
     Sun, Aug 11 2013 | 12:20P | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
NZXT has just released a huge full-tower case, the H630, targeted to users who want to build a high-end yet quiet computer. Let`s see what this new product has to offer."

Fractal Design Node 605 HTPC Case Review @ RWLabs
     Sun, Aug 11 2013 | 9:00A | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
The Fractal Design Node 605 can accommodate expensive gaming hardware, it looks sexy and the build quality is exceptional. So, if you are looking for a HTPC the Node 605 is a great choice, just plan out your build ahead of time to avoid compatibility issues.

SilverStone Milo ML04 HTPC Case
     Sat, Aug 10 2013 | 12:03P | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
"The SilverStone Milo ML04 HTPC Case might be entry level, but it's big on looks and has lots of features. It fits up to three 3.5" & five 2.5" drives, four optional 80mm fans can be installed, lockable front door & power button, LEDs have a dimmer, fits most audio/video setups and it's affordable. If you're on a budget and need an outstanding HTPC, this is a perfect option. " ~3dGameMan.com

Corsair Carbide 330R Review
     Fri, Aug 09 2013 | 12:02P | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
330R is a mid-tower computer chassis with professional and stylish looks. Being primarily designed as a silent case, 330R has closed off panels and special noise damping material to aid noise reduction. Whilst bringing a plethora of features and a classy appearance, many would presume this case is expensive but Corsair have priced 330R to be significantly lower than many other rivals of the same calibre in a bid to steal the spotlight – have Corsair done enough to take pole position?

Fractal Design Define XL R2 Full Tower Case Review
     Fri, Aug 09 2013 | 9:02A | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
The Fractal Design Define XL R2 R2 is designed to offer better expandability and flexibility than its predecessor. To do this Fractal included features such as removable hard drive cages, support for up to 7 case fans, 9 expansion slots and four areas that can accommodate a radiator without major modification.

: Rosewill Line Glow Mid Tower Case Review
     Thu, Aug 08 2013 | 4:02P | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
"The Rosewill Line Glow mid tower case is a steel case targeted at consumers looking for a basic chassis. The front of the Line Glow features a plastic bezel with three external 5.25” drive bays, one of which can be used as an external 3.5” drive bay. There are two 120mm blue LED fans pulling cool air into the front of the case. Additionally, there is a 120mm fan on top and 120mm on the rear exhausting warm air out. A second 120mm fan can be mounted into the top of the case. The front panel connectors include two USB 3.0, two USB 2.0, and audio jacks for convenience. Drive support is included for eight internal 3.5” drive, and a bracket is provided for one 3.5” bay to be used with 2.5” drives."

CaseLabs Merlin SM8 @ techPowerUp
     Wed, Aug 07 2013 | 2:17P | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
CaseLabs is known for their modular cases because they allow for the most intricate water-cooling setup without compromising on quality. While their cases have been quite large in the past, the Merlin series offers smaller, more traditionally sized enclosures. We take the SM8 for a spin to see how it fares."

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