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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 Thursday, September 16, 2010 - 12:00am

xion predatorToday, you get the chance to read about Xion's latest model in their Predator Gaming Series, the AXP 970 Mid Tower PC Case. Xion is a company Pro-Clockers has not had the privilege to reviewed before; however, based on my experience with the AXP 970, I want to get my hands on more of their products as often as possible. A mid tower, black and elegant, the Predator offers hard core enthusiast many of the features we look for in a case: great airflow, room for longer video cards, a water cooling friendly environment, and one of the best cable routing systems I have ever seen.

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on Tuesday, September 7, 2010 - 7:40am

cm haf 912So what do you do when you don’t need a large case? Coolermaster has the answer for you; it is the HAF 912. The 912 is a mid-size tower that stands a mere nineteen inches tall, but still has the look that we came to love from the preceding HAF models. The HAF 912 shares the same great rugged looks, spacious interior, and great air circulation like it's bigger brothers; however, it has one thing unique only to it, it's budget price point. If you're like us, you are left wondering how was Coolermaster able to build such a great case for a mere $60? Join us in the following pages and find out!

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on Sunday, August 22, 2010 - 3:06am

lian li pc-q06We have a brand new tech bench here at Pro-Clocks that is solely for testing ITX motherboards, and it comes in the form of the PC-Q06 from Lian Li. The Q06 is a semi-open test bench that right out of the box is meant for ITX motherboards, but it can also be expanded to larger ATX format with an optional tray. The Q06 has all the wow  factor like many of the other cases we've seen from Lian Li, and that is thanks to their high quality aluminum structures and superior styling.

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on Wednesday, August 18, 2010 - 4:33am

armor a60The A60 offers features that even it's A90 big brother does not have, but we will only be talking about the A60 in this review. With external drive connectivity fast becoming a must-have amongst  the vast majority of individuals (instead of using a standard HDD dock like Cooler master has done with the CM 690 Advance), Thermaltake integrated a hot-swap bay into the A60. Even more unique is the location that Thermaltake chose, building the bay into the side of the case.

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on Monday, June 21, 2010 - 12:00am

colermaster haf xLike the HAF 932, the HAF X displays the same rugged style that gamers have come to love. The industrial look even appealing to me as much as I love the fine tuned lines of the ATCS 840 is awesome to look at. Offering more than looks the HAF X has features that the HAF 932 can only dream of. How do two HDD docks sound? How about USB 3.0 in the front display? Or nine expansion slots in the rear of the case to support triple GPU cards? Yeah, all this and more is what the HAF X is about. Lets read on.

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on Friday, June 4, 2010 - 12:00am

NZXT Vulcan Micro ATX Gaming CaseNZXT is at it again with a new smaller stature case, the Vulcan. Not made of aluminum like the Panzerbox, but made of steel.  The NZXT gives the end-user the same quality for less money and not give up an inch of space.  Standing fifteen inches tall and being sixteen long, the Vulcan allows you to have that ultimate LAN box. You cannot have the ultimate LAN box without having a high-end GPU? Well the Vulcan can accommodate video cards as long as the Radeon HD 5970.

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on Monday, May 31, 2010 - 12:00am

aerocool vs-9 mid towerAerocool like some of the other opened up the segment with another series of entitled PGS. PGS actually is comprised of five different series: professional, aluminum, compact and for the gamers: value and ultimate gaming. As you can tell from the names each are aimed at different audiences. We will be talking about a model that is from the Value series, the Vs-9. The Vs-9 follows the ever growing mesh front panel trend. Offering just the right amount of gaming appearance and just enough sleek lines for the professional the Vs-9 has the able to satisfy a multitude of individuals.

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