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on Friday, February 8, 2013 - 8:00am

Not from the ICE series but still has the style that many like is the Mini Cube which resides under Cubitek’s new Mini series. With ITX motherboards quietly becoming the go-to form factor for some, the Mini Cube is designed to give you the max chances of building the ultimate gaming system while using little terrain. 

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on Thursday, February 7, 2013 - 8:00am

AZZA has a new remedy for this in the form of the Silentium 920. The brand new Silentium 920 is equipped with sound dampening material all around the interior of the case and throw in some low quiet spinning fans, you have the makings of a system that could be used in any room in the house. And to throw another twist into the formula, the Silentium looks nothing like AZZA’s other cases.

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on Tuesday, February 5, 2013 - 8:00am

Now, there is a sibling to the two cases mentioned and that is the new Phantom 630. The Phantom is not your typical Phantom series case as it was re-designed from the ground up. NZXT task with the 630 was to offer the enthusiast all the comforts one would need in a great case. And looking at it there are features and tweaks that you wouldn’t even realize that are there.

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on Wednesday, January 23, 2013 - 3:53pm

In Win GRone Full Tower Case Review

In Win has really had a name for themselves over the past year creating some really unique cases in their X-Frame and H-Frame.  While these cases look great and are very unique they are not for everyone.  Today we are taking a look at one of In Win’s latest cases the GRone, which is setup to compete with many cases from the more known brands.  To be honest this is the most feature-packed case that I’ve seen from In Win.  Some of those features include support for motherboards up to E-ATX, room for eight 3.5-inch or 2.5-inch hard drives, five included cooling fans, USB 3.0 support a hard drive dock and much more.  Read on as we take a look at the GRone. ThinkComputers

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on Saturday, January 19, 2013 - 6:11pm

Silverstone's SG09 is the tenth and latest addition to their Sugo line of SFF cases and is the unit that we will be reviewing here today. The SG09 takes a different approach than the very popular SG05, SG07 and SG08, as it is much more rectangular than the squarish nature of the others. Or when compared to their SG03 and SG04, which are taller towers and have aluminum front panels, the SG09 is made of plastic. However, we are not going to let any of this get in the way of reviewing this sweet looking case.

Plus: Bonus review of the PA01 "Sugo Pack" carrying bag, which is basically a nice LAN-bag to safely carry any Sugo model (or FT03 Mini) case along with your keyboard and mouse.

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on Monday, January 7, 2013 - 4:23pm

Fractal Define R4 Mid Tower Case Review


Swedish Company Fractal Design is renown for their sleek enclosures. In typical Scandinavian style their product range can best be described as: A minimalistic yet striking design, where less is more. Quality, functionality and pricing go hand in hand. Today we introduce one of their latest creations: The Fractal Design Define R4 enclosure. A mid tower case with main focus on silent operation, yet no compromises are made on configurability and functionality as the review will highlight. The Define R4 is the successor of the older R3 design. Now sporting two Silent 140mm iso 120mm version fans, improved cable management, two extra USB3.0 front panel ports and a more flexible design regarding big CPU coolers and ultra long power supplies and graphics cards. Let's unpack Fractal's latest creation. Madshrimps

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on Tuesday, December 11, 2012 - 8:00am

The item that Andy made the big deal about in his email was for the Dead Silence 1 aka DS1. The DS1 has not made it to the US yet, but there have been many reviews from US-based sites about the case. We are going to add to that growing list. The DS1 is a great looking case but in this instance it isn’t all about the looks, as this DS1 offers a ton of features and options that would make one want to opt for this one in their next purchase, or even replace their current.