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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.

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on Wednesday, May 12, 2010 - 12:00am

aerocool qx2000But the latter of the companies I listed is at it again with a new small form factor case that looks to be aimed at the gamer in us. The Qx-2000 is said to be one of the best gaming SFF on the market says Aerocool. It brings good looks, good cooling and a dual level internal chambers for better heat separation. If all this is true the Qx-2000 is indeed posed to be a major player in the SFF era.

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on Wednesday, March 31, 2010 - 5:52am

nzxt gammaNZXT dropped on my door step the Gamma case. This is one of their Classic Series black steel midtower cases. This is not a case that ships with all the bells and whistles, but instead provides you with the space to include them in pre-provided areas. This of course allows NZXT to provide you a case at an exceptional price while allowing you the opportunity to fine tune it to YOUR exact specifications. At first glance when you see the price you might be tempted to look away without giving the Gamma a read through. So we will wait to give you pricing information until you’ve had a chance to see this case up close. 

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on Tuesday, March 23, 2010 - 5:00am

Microcool Banchetto 101 is one of the best looking open-air cases out there. When early pictures of the first proto-type surfaced, people began drooling over it. I saw a picture in on one of my favorite forums a couple of years ago. I knew I wanted to get my hands on one. Today, Fredrico and Kristi from Microcool have given me the opportunity. Fully assembled, the Banchetto is one elegant structure as it is comprised of thick acrylic sheets, aluminum and steel.

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on Tuesday, March 9, 2010 - 5:50am

nzxt hadesI want to thank NZXT for their generosity in sending me one of their crafted series mid-towers.  For our playtime today, we have the Hades, a 9 bay mid-tower full of premium goodies directed at the PC enthusiast crowd.  I have been looking forward to reviewing NZXT products for quite a while.  I keep an eye on the forums of several different sites and have a few friends who also review items and I have never heard anything but great reviews being directed at NZXT.  Always makes me wonder what I could be missing out on.  So when my boss told me to look out for a couple of their cases that were headed my way, I could not help but check frequently for packages on my door step.  A few things jumped out at me as I opened the box and got a look at the Hades. I am not going to tell you what they were now. You will just have to read about it below. 

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on Sunday, February 28, 2010 - 7:30am

v3 blackThermaltake has recently released the V3 Black Edition. The press release was listed on many hardware sites. And from the P.R. there was two facts that stood out. The first was the price. The V3 Black, a mid size tower, can be had for a mere $39.99. This is pennies compared to many other cases on the market. The second fact: the V3 Black has a completely black painted interior. This is unheard of in low dollar cases. Leave it to Thermaltake to be the first. But is this all the V3 Black has to offer.

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on Sunday, February 21, 2010 - 5:41pm

CM690 II AdvanceI remember when I tested the Coolermaster CM690. It was one of the best budget cases around. It was so great of a case that many people looking to pay $150 plus for a case were buying the CM690 which cost a mere $80 or so. Even though it was not the first case to offer the now trendy mesh front face, it did help a lot to make it as popular as it is. The CM690 was feature rich for the dollar and is still popular today. But keeping intact with the scenario above Coolermaster has revamped the CM690 into what we will be reviewing today, the CM 690 Advance II. Even more feature rich the Advance II and will undoubtedly make history again.

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on Sunday, February 21, 2010 - 8:25am

Coolermaster USP 100 Mid TowerOne of the companies named in the upper paragraph is Coolermaster. Coolermaster is one of those companies that no matter what range of case you are looking for they have you covered. From the budget Sileo and Centurion to the awesomely nice ATCS 840. I myself have been a big fan of the HAF 932. But Coolermaster right now is considering the budget minded individual with their next offering. The USP 100 is a mid tower that offers a change in styling that is gamer towards the enthusiast not over-the-top appearance but want some that is not plain and simple. The new red and black design bungled with a 550 watt eXtreme Power Plus PSU even made me thinking about using it in my next build. But is that enough to get you to consider the case? We will see.

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