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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 Mike Holsapple
on Wednesday, November 21, 2018 - 8:00am
AZZA Ragnarok 801 Dual system ATX ITX Case

More and more we are seeing case manufacturers design their cases to incorporate more than one system in 1 case, AZZA decided they wanted to jump on board this trend as well. You may ask yourself “Why would I want a PC case that can fit more than one system?” Well, if you are a streamer, you most likely would like one PC that would be your main gaming PC and one PC that would do all your heavy lifting and legwork like encoding, broadcasting, ETC. Maybe you’re a media buff that likes to have all your movies, pictures, etc. on one NAS (network attached storage) and you’ve run out of desk space for 2 separate PC towers so you build two pcs into one tower that can handle both of your tasks needed, without having 2 towers to place on a desk or walk around. Meet the Ragnarok 801 by AZZA, this full-size PC tower can fit two full systems. The main system can handle motherboards up to E-ATX and on the PSU shroud, there are mounting points for a smaller ITX system. We will take a look at the specs further down the review.

Posted by James Keir
on Monday, October 1, 2018 - 9:00am
Cooler Master MB530P

More and more, we are starting to see cases that include multiple tempered glass panels. This is usually reserved for cases in the $150+ price range but Cooler Master has extended its MasterBox line to include the MB530P, which sports 3 tempered glass panels for an MSRP of only $109.99. Having so much tempered glass means everything is on show and you must take extra care with your cable management. Thankfully the MB530P has included such features like a full PSU shroud, removable cable cover and silkscreened back panel to help with this. In addition to these cable management features the MB530P also includes lighting with a built in RGB controller and 3 pre-installed 120mm ARGB AB front fans. With all these aesthetic enhancing elements it should be almost effortless to create a great looking build that shines through those tempered glass panels.

Posted by James Keir
on Sunday, September 9, 2018 - 9:18pm
InWin 915

To succeed in the market of high-end cases, you must create a case that is feature rich and highly unique. Over the years, InWin has been a pioneer in this market space with cases like the: S-Frame, D-Frame, H-Tower and now we can add the InWin 915 to that list. The 915 does away with the generic box shape of most cases and replaces it with curved 3mm anodized aluminum panels. Enhancing the curved panels are tempered glass side panels with the back panel being stylistically silkscreened with the company's name. In addition to its beautiful aesthetics, the InWin 915 also includes some unique features such as: motorized top ventilation, expandable PSU bay, and system failure indicator LEDs at the front. Coming in at an MSRP of $449.99, the InWin is definitely priced as a high-end case which is quite justified with its intensive list of features and stylish looks. 

Posted by James Keir
on Monday, July 16, 2018 - 8:00am
Cooler Master MasterCase H500

Do you like the aesthetics of Cooler Masters H series, but don’t have the budget for a higher end case? Well, Cooler Master may have the answer with the MasterCase H500. The H500 has taken the design elements from other cases in the H series and added a few surprises of its own. Like the H500M, this case also includes a swappable front panel. You have the choice between a lightly tinted acrylic or the pre-installed mesh. Other key features included are: 2 x 200mm RGB fans with an RGB controller, a convenient handle for moving around your case and a full tinted tempered glass side panel. Even with this extensive list of features, the H500 comes in at an affordable $99 MSRP.

Posted by James Keir
on Wednesday, June 27, 2018 - 8:00am
Cooler Master MasterCase H500M

In line with MasterCase’s commitment to unparalleled customization and flexibility, Cooler Master has added another case to the H500 series with the MasterCase H500M. At first glance, the H500M may resemble its older brother, the H500P. But, Cooler Master has gone the extra mile with the H500M and added tempered glass panels to the top and back-side as well as added ability to easily change out the front mesh panel to one made of tempered glass. Other features include: a fully removable PSU shroud, additional cables for ARGB support and a GPU support arm. In addition, you will find a 2 x 200mm ARGB fans, Rear 140mm 1200RPM fan, and an ARGB controller. 

Posted by Dustin Richardson
on Monday, June 25, 2018 - 8:00am
Cooler Master MasterBox TD500L

Cooler Master is a staple in the world of DIY computer building.  One of the most important decisions to make about a computer build is what chassis you are going to use.  It dictates a lot about the contents and limitations of a system -  motherboard form factor, GPU height/length, tower cooler size, and watercooling options just to name a few. 

Posted by Lance Carter
on Thursday, June 21, 2018 - 8:00am

When it comes to PC building many people start with a CPU and motherboard. But there is a fine group of people that start with the humble case. Yes, the humble PC case has grown over the years from solid panels to digital screens and more. But the most popular is the Tempered glass panel case. Which Phanteks just happen to make and they sent their special edition Red and Black Eclipse P300 Tempered Glass and you have to check out how this cost-efficient, beautiful case. 

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