Today we are taking a look at the In Win GRone. Originally available in both white and gray, In Win has recently added a black version. The chassis is considered a full tower. It offers unique looks along with water cooling support. There is room for up to 10 140mm fans and it can hold up to 8 3.5/2.5 drives.
Today we are taking a look at Thermaltake's newest take on the Mini-ITX form factor, the Core V1. The new Core V1 represented by Thermaltake is a small and cute ITX based chassis with a 200mm fan in the front panel. Smart interchangeable side panels allow users to flip it accordingly to showcase either for superior liquid cooling or superb airflow, which allows you to make your own personal setup. You not only grant to have a really powerful mini system, it also has the ability to house various overclocking components to keep it really cool!
When it comes to picking out a new PC chassis there are literally so many companies and styles that it can be a very hard choice to make sometimes. A lot of time it depends on the amount of hardware you are using as well as the size of some of that hardware. It depends on how large your budget is and whether you will be installing a liquid cooling system because some cases were just not designed with liquid cooling in mind. If you are looking for a mATX chassis with enough space for water cooling, the NODE 840 from Fractal Design might be the one you are looking for. Let's check it out as we review it today.
Bitfenix is a popular case manufacturer in the PC enthusiast DIY crowd. At almost any LAN party you'll see their Prodigy, and Phenom cases. They are very nice, and are stand out enclosures in their own right. They are also in what I call the sweet spot for cases - around $100. But what if your funds won't stretch that far? Can you get that Bitfenix goodness at a lower price point? That's what we are going to find out in this review. Bitfenix has a new chassis called Neos and it arrives with a more budget friendly price of around $50 placing it in the value category. Let's see can how this budget case fit your needs.
Builders and enthusiasts must be very careful when it comes to choosing the right chassis for their rig. Aside from the fact that it will determine the types of hardware you can house inside, it is also the focal point of rig being that it is the first thing that would be seen. Choosing the right chassis depend on what you need and what you want to achieve. Some pick by size, some by appeal or attraction. While the majority of young builders nowadays prefer to show off their rig and everything inside it, there are also those that prefer the opposite. Some prefer a rig that doesn't attract attention, something that would blend in with the background of their office or room. A rig with no flashy LED lighting, no windows to view how clean or dirty the insides look and less noise as much as possible. If you are one of those that are looking for a silent, stealthy and classy chassis for your build, Xigmatek has something to offer you, the Midgard III mid-tower chassis. Built for class, stealth and silence, let us see what the Midgard III has to offer.
Xigmatek has in the past offered stylish Micro ATX/Mini ITX chassis like the Aquila, and has now introduced the Nebula - a full on Mini ITX solution. Xigmatek says "We adopted the name Nebula as the exterior appearance resembles something from out of this world. Improving on design concept and interior hardware placement, Nebula will defiantly put light into your home entertainment system and make your entertainment setup look more classy and luxurious.
Antec, a name known by system builders around the world, has been producing high quality products for almost 30 years. With their commitment to quality, and fair prices, they will be around for many more. Today we are going to take a look at the Antec's P100 system case. First, we can learn a little about the company itself.