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.
It seems that we are now in the era of small form factor builds. More and more people are swaying away from full and even mid tower cases. This is evident in the number of MATX and Mini ITX cases hitting the market as of late. However, what about those of us who like to put full, custom loops in our system.
It seems more and more people these days a steering clear of, or moving away from full tower cases. On forums and on YouTube, I see more small form factor builds every day. However, there are some of us who would like a smaller form factor case, but need the features that AXT motherboards and full towers offer. Well, Anidees has us covered with their stunning AI7 Cube Case which we will take a look at today.
Most of us can remember when picking out a case for your next build was a relatively easy thing to do, but during the last 3-4 years there areso many new companies as well as different style and size chassis to choose from, that picking a new case is no longer something that’s easy do. Today we will be taking a look at the new Corsair Carbide Series Clear 400C mid-tower chassis, solet’s see what Corsair has in store for us.
The SilverStone RAVEN signature series is perhaps the most popular chassis series from SilverStone. Given that it is SilverStone's signature cases, they do come with a heftier price tag being an enthusiast-grade chassis after all. Fortunately, SilverStone made a more budget-friendly entry-level RAVEN chassis, the RVX01. SilverStone gladly gave us a sample to review so follow us today and see what the RVX01 offers.
All I can say about the new NZXT Manta Mini ITX Chassis is that NZXT has once again taken a diamond in the rough and turned it into one of the best Mini ITX chassis that's sure to turn a lot of heads whenever the Manta is shown.
Whether you want to simply illuminate your components with natural looking white light or give your system a cool color theme with either red, blue, green, UV, or RGB LED strips, or illuminate the bottom of your case to give it a cool bottom glow, there’s no faster and easier way to make your system look like a lean mean gaming machine.
Whether you want to simply illuminate your components with natural looking white light or give your system a cool color theme with either red, blue, green, UV, or RGB LED strips, or illuminate the bottom of your case to give it a cool bottom glow, there’s no faster and easier way to make your system look like a lean mean gaming machine. CableMod was kind enough to provide us with two kits of their Blue Magnetic 60cm LED’s to take a look at.