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.
Looking for a budget case that can house a good gaming setup? Today we would be looking at a chassis that fits that criteria. One of Xigmatek's new offerings is up for review, the Soundwave A ATX chassis. Read on and see how well this chassis fit hardware as we check it out today.
It seems like every year In Win finds unexpected ways to impress the public, if it’s not with world class chassis designs that no other case manufacture would even dare to think of designing, it’s being the first company to make the move to tempered glass side panels, this may be why In Win is number one in creative ideas. Let’s take an in-depth look at the 805 and see what kind of surprises In Win has in store for us.
The Enthoo Pro M has long list of features that enthusiasts look for in an ATX case and is design to be a cost effective alternitite to the much more expensive Enthoo Primo. There are multiple drive mounting points that support both 2.5 and 2.5 drives. There is support for up to 5 fans and dual radiators. The top radiator mount slides out for easy installation. Phanteks even includes a water pump mounting bracket. Rubber cable grommets and Phanteks' hook-and-loop cable management make building in the case frustration free. Top that off, the Enthoo Pro is available in black, black with a window, white with a window, and titanium green.
A couple of weeks ago, we had the pleasure of reviewing the NZXT Noctis 450 which left us amazed at how much high end hardware we could install in a mid-tower chassis and still have the system running cool. The Noctis 450 also gave you the option of installing two radiators up to 360mm in the top section and front sections of the Noctis 450. Today we will be taking a look at another NXZT mid-tower chassis, the new S340 Razer Edition. Let’s take an in depth look at the S340 and see how it matches up against the Noctis 450 and what kind of cooling options the S340 has to offer.
The case is the centerpiece in any rig. It needs to house everything you plan to install, have good cooling and acoustic dampening as well as looking good. There are a lot of brands offering computer cases today and one of the prominent brands include Silverstone and today we will be looking at their latest models under the Precision Series, the PS11-W and PS11-Q. The Silverstone SST-PS11 cases addresses the two major classification of builders present today. The PS11-W marketed for enthusiast builders which highlights looks and performance while the PS11-B targets the builders looking for silence and performance. Join us today as we take a look at these two cases and what these has to offer.
Today we will be taking a look at the new NZXT Noctis 450 mid-tower chassis. When paired together with the NZXT X61 closed loop CPU cooler, both products make a good combination for any gamer and give you that extra edge on the playing field . It doesn’t matter if you're using an X99 motherboard with 16 GBs of DDR4 memory and 5930K chip or a Z97 motherboard with a 16GB DDR3 memory kit and an overclocked 4790K, the Noctis 450 can handle such setups with ease.
Over the years I have reviewed my fare share of PC chassis, and my bias has always leaned towards the huge super towers that have a ton of spare room for things like crazy GPU setups, custom liquid cooling, and a ton of fans and lights. This week I am reviewing the Xigmatek Nebula C, a mini-ITX chassis that did all but convert me to a small form-factor PC fanboy. This case is the epitome of what I consider to be the perfect balance of form and function, but dont just take my word for it. Check out the full review and find out just why I like this little case so much!