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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, August 13, 2009 - 3:24am

Lancool DragonLord PC-K56 Recently Lancool has released a new series of cases called Dragonlord. The Dragonlord series consist of four models: K62, K60, K58 and the lower model K56. Each of the cases has a few more options than the lower models but all generally share similar front facials which is a predominantly mesh. The model we will be concentrating on will be the K56. The K56 offers a lot of tool-less options that will put the building time at a minimum. If you want to know more about this new case then you have to read the rest of the review. 

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on Sunday, August 9, 2009 - 2:22am

Silverstone SG06 And to lead the ITX revolution Silverstone has released two very attractive cases in the SG05 and the SG06. The SG05 is the lower price mesh covered unit that was released first. The SG05 was one of the best looking ITX cases on the market. Later came the SG06 which we are going to take a look at today. The SG06 is the more elegant case with sleek lines and a very profound presence.  

 

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on Wednesday, August 5, 2009 - 4:00am

Azza Fantom 900 Mid-Tower ATX TowerToday was Christmas in July for me.  I answered the door to find a large package from a small computer chassis/power supply vendor called Azza.  I’ll tell you up front, there is a lot about the Fantom 900 case to love.  The appearance and quality is top notch and it’s full of small thoughtful goodies that make it a step, or two, above its fellow 500+ cases.  Thumb screws galore are located throughout this case making install and tear down a breeze.  Airflow through their massive fans is superb and there is even room for more to be added (can we get it to hover folks?).  Vibration damping, wire routing, it is a well thought out and laid out case!

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on Wednesday, July 29, 2009 - 5:34am

Thermaltake Element GWe have all three cases in the Element lineup in our lab at this very moment. We're bringing you the Element G right now as it is one of our favorites. Thermaltake labels the Element line as professional cases but the G version is more gaming than professional, making it a favorite of ours. The Element G has a lot to offer in addition to plenty of room for storage and very colorful lighting. To control the flashy colors illuminating from the fans, Thermaltake put a knob at the top of the case . What else is there? Read on and find out. 

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on Monday, July 6, 2009 - 6:00am

OverviewThe case is the Phoenix Neo, which is a remake of the older Phoenix released about three years ago. The front of the newer model has been slightly redone to a more modern look. The Neo seems aimed at the gamer looking for a fresh, new stylish look, while still being functional. The total opposite of gaming cases we have seen from Coolermaster, Antec and Silverstone. Speaking of functionality, one of the key features of the Neo is the huge 25cm monster fan on the side panel. Lets take a closer look at the new Phoenix Neo.

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on Monday, July 6, 2009 - 5:47am

overviewBesides looks features is another tough and rough area to conquer and keep the price decent. The integrated fan LED controller, one/two hand carrying handle and the solid black interior are just a couple of options that users will like for the $100 asking price of the Scout. The Scout does offer some cable management features as well but due to the shorter narrower design there isn't a lot of outlets for cables to exit to the rear of the case. This may not be a large deal breaker due to the fact this is more of a LAN case and I don't see many having to buckling down too many cables because of the lack of components they may use in the case.

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on Monday, July 6, 2009 - 5:45am

overviewBut some of you are not into the extra large cases as they tend to take up too much room so Coolermaster decided to capitalize on the success of the HAF 932 and develop a smaller version entitled the HAF 922. Even with the reduction in size the 922 still gives us two massive 200mm fans in the front and top of the case. And if you think because the unit is smaller you have to sacrifice drive space. Then you are wrong. The 922 offers five 5.25" and six 3.5" drive bays. And if that wasn't enough you still have support for standard sized ATX motherboards. The HAF 922 does give the would-be buyer a lot of options like its bigger brethren but it is right for you? Read the next following pages to find out. 

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