A computer case is one of the most important components of a overclocker's build. We have a variety of case reviews including computer case reviews, htpc case reviews, and even tech station reviews. We look for quality in craftsmanship, features, and cooling as big factors in our reviews.
With VR becoming more & more popular every day, we knew it wouldn’t be long before someone came along and built a chassis with the use of VR in mind, and first in line was NZXT with their new S340 Elite chassis. Although The S340 has been around for a couple of years, but NZXT has added some new features to an already remarkable case, such as a tempered glass side panel, along with the top I/O panel which has been optimized with a HDMI port and extra USB ports to help some with your VR experience, along with some other goodies that we will be taking a look at in today’s review.
No matter how amazing the individual components in your computer are, the case you house them in is the most visible part the first thing everyone sees. As the home of everything except your monitor and peripherals, it’s often the first thing many builders pick out when planning a build. If you pick the container before you pick the contents, you often find yourself limited in one way or another on what you can and can’t install. With the Cougar Panzer MAX, that won’t ever be a problem! With room and flexibility to fit almost any combination of hardware and cooling you can come up with from a tiny air cooled mini-ITX to a monster Extended-ATX with quad GPUs, Cougar has you covered.
Pro Clockers would like to thank Cougar for sending us the Panzer MAX to check out, so let’s dive in and see what all the fuss is about!
Cooler Master decided to take advantage of the communities ever growing demand for customization with the release of their MasterCase series. First was the MasterCase Pro 5 and the MasterCase Maker 5. Now, with the release of the MasterCase Pro 3, Cooler Master has brought full modularity and customization to the smaller form factor.
SilverStone is one of the most renowned and respected brands when it comes to computer cases. Their RAVEN and Temjin series were just some of the popular cases for PC enthusiasts and builders alike. Here come a new series from SilverStone, the Primera Series cases and today we will be checking out the first model under this series, the Primera PM01 ATX chassis.
With the smaller form factor PCs being all the rage these days, more and more people are switching to using media center PCs for watching TV and movies. However, the smaller the case, the more heat it must dissipate. Depending on the setup, this could cause more ambient noise than one would want while trying to relax and binge on Game of Thrones or nap while their wife watches some random romantic comedy. What if there was a completely silent chassis? One where you didn’t have to worry about fans and noise. We’d like to thank the good people over at Streacom for providing us with the FC9 Alpha fanless chassis for this review as well as the 150 watt Nano Power Supply. But can this chassis really offer great cooling and a completely silent experience? Let’s find out!
Originally demoed as a prototype at the 2015 Taipei Computex, The Enermax Ostrog Advance chassis kept fans clamoring for a final version until it was finally released more than 6 months later at the 2016 CES Convention in Las Vegas.
If you’ve been in the computer world any length of time at all, odds are you have probably heard the name In Win. It’s hard to think of the name without bringing images to mind of some of the most beautiful and innovate, and iconic products ever made. Legendary enclosures such as the one piece aluminum S-Frame, or the open air tubular skeleton of the D-Frame showcase In Win’s ability to break the status quo and deliver Innovative, beautiful and functional works of art, year after year.