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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.

Posted by Stan Miranda
on Friday, April 11, 2014 - 6:14am

As a lot of you know, buying a case is not as easy as it may seem. Graphic cards nowadays are getting longer and in some cases exceeds 12 inches in length. This means you might need a chassis with removable drive cages or some option that will open up space to allow such graphics cards. Another factor to look at when buying a chassis is cooling. Luckily, Thermaltake has solved a lot of these problems for you with the release of the Core V71 Full Tower Chassis, which is the subject of today’s review so let’s dive in and see if the Thermaltake Core V71 is the chassis you have been waiting for.

Posted by Craig Deeter
on Wednesday, April 9, 2014 - 10:16am

In Win was founded in 1985 and today have become one of the premier computer chassis manufacturers in the world. In Win's unique and almost sculptural design on their chassis models proved to be a winning formula for success. In Win's motto "Contemporary & Innovative" definitely fits the chassis we are looking at today. With an elegant and minimalist look that brings to mind a piece of art, the In Win 904 is a case will surely attract the attention it deserves. Beautifully crafted from Aluminum and tempered glass, it will be the focal point of your desk. Let us see how the In Win 904 chassis could be the next addition to your prized rig.

Posted by Nick Blackwell
on Friday, April 4, 2014 - 5:00am

XT 1AZZA’s latest offering in the Full Tower category the XT 1 comes in two flavors the ever popular Black/Red and White/Blue. It has a plethora of features for the discerning enthusiast, an aggressive look, Hot-Swap bay, good Cable Management and lots of room for all your high-end hardware and liquid cooling gear. I have had quite a few full towers come across my work-bench this past year, and over the next couple of weeks I will see what it’s like to pack this bad boy full of hardware.

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on Wednesday, April 2, 2014 - 5:00am

Mid tower cases are the mainstay for computer enthusiasts everywhere and we have witnessed a lot of advancements in recent years, evolving to meet the needs of the user. This evolution has impacted the community significantly, and has allowed for the enthusiast to further explore the realms of system design. The COUGAR brand is a relatively new name in a sea of cases and computer hardware so let us examine what they have done with the MX500 case.

Posted by Nick Blackwell
on Saturday, March 29, 2014 - 11:14am

When most of us go out and look for a full-sized tower, we think of more popular brand names that bring thoughts of build quality, features and lots of options for customization for all your prized hardware. Today, we will be looking at the Casecom CL-86 Halcones full-tower chassis. Let us see how this case stand up against other existing and more popular full-tower cases in the market today.

Posted by Nick Blackwell
on Tuesday, March 4, 2014 - 5:59pm

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For over 20 years Cooler Master has fueled its growth with a commitment to providing superb quality, competitive pricing, a diverse range of products that includes power supplies, enclosures, accessories peripherals and cooling products. Cooler Master's innovation is driven by input from end-users. However compared to a lot of other peripheral manufacturers that have been around for eons in the market, Cooler Master is one of the new kids on the block. Today we will be looking at the Cooler Master CM Storm Reaper, one more deadly weapon added to Cooler Master's new gaming peripheral line. Every enthusiast and gamer know that other than your system, the peripherals play an important role when it comes to your performance and experience in gaming.

 

Posted by Will Lyon
on Tuesday, December 17, 2013 - 2:31pm

SFF (Small Form-Factor) cases are the hot thing in the custom PC world right now. Lots of people are starting to move away from huge towering cases for something that’s a lot smaller but can still pack a punch. The blossoming Mini-ITX motherboard market is helping to grow this trend as well. Thermaltake has always been a big name in the custom PC scene and they were kind enough to send us one of their latest SFF offerings – the Armor A30i – to check out so let’s get to it!

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