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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 Aaron Howe
on Wednesday, November 4, 2015 - 8:00am
Streacom F12C

The F12C by Streacom is designed to be for the high-end market for these kind of cases, and with its all metal construction – it does not disappoint. With support for motherboards ranging from Mini-ITX all the way up to full-sized ATX boards; and an exterior constructed from thick 4mm premium grade extruded and sandblasted aluminum panels, it creates a simple but timeless design. With a unique hardware mounting system, and an equally innovative top panel release mechanism; this case is guaranteed to be an attractive spectacle for anyone interested in the design aspect of computer cases.

Posted by Aaron Howe
on Tuesday, October 27, 2015 - 8:00am
Raidmax Viper GX II

Today we have the Raidmax Viper GX II – a direct descendant of the original Viper GX. With a color scheme that is begging for a Gigabyte SOC Force motherboard, the orange pops from the moment you open the box. With an aggressive styled front, top, and side panels – this is any gamers dream case. The beauty is more than skin deep. Raidmax has made sure all the bases are covered. A full compliment of external and intenal expansion bays are included and there is also a 2.5 hot swap bay located predominatley on the front.

Posted by Michael Pabia
on Tuesday, October 6, 2015 - 9:00am
Cougar QBX

Gaming PCs are getting faster and smaller nowadays. Gaming PCs used to be dominated by tall tower cases but today you can see so many form factors available from those that are in a cube form to those that you can hang on walls and others in between. If you like it small and compact, the small form factor gaming PC is for you. Looking for a mini-ITX chassis can be quite challenging which I've personally experienced. A smaller chassis would also mean less supported hardware wherein size constraints limits your options. Cougar would like to improve that notion and provide and small yet very capable chassis which we will be looking at today. Follow us as we check out the Cougar QBX mini-ITX chassis.

Posted by Michael Pabia
on Tuesday, September 22, 2015 - 8:00am
Xigmatek Soundwave A

Looking for a budget case that can house a good gaming setup? Today we would be looking at a chassis that fits that criteria. One of Xigmatek's new offerings is up for review, the Soundwave A ATX chassis. Read on and see how well this chassis fit hardware as we check it out today.

Posted by Stan Miranda
on Tuesday, September 15, 2015 - 8:00am
In Win 805

It seems like every year In Win finds unexpected ways to impress the public, if it’s not with world class chassis designs that no other case manufacture would even dare to think of designing, it’s being the first company to make the move to tempered glass side panels, this may be why In Win is number one in creative ideas. Let’s take an in-depth look at the 805 and see what kind of surprises In Win has in store for us. 

Posted by Heath Coop
on Thursday, September 3, 2015 - 1:11am
Phanteks Enthoo Pro

The Enthoo Pro M has long list of features that enthusiasts look for in an ATX case and is design to be a cost effective alternitite to the much more expensive Enthoo Primo. There are multiple drive mounting points that support both 2.5 and 2.5 drives. There is support for up to 5 fans and dual radiators. The top radiator mount slides out for easy installation. Phanteks even includes a water pump mounting bracket. Rubber cable grommets and Phanteks' hook-and-loop cable management make building in the case frustration free. Top that off, the Enthoo Pro is available in black, black with a window, white with a window, and titanium green.

Posted by Stan Miranda
on Tuesday, August 25, 2015 - 8:00am
NZXT S340 Razer Edition

A couple of weeks ago, we had the pleasure of reviewing the NZXT Noctis 450 which left us amazed at how much high end hardware we could install in a mid-tower chassis and still have the system running cool. The Noctis 450 also gave you the option of installing two radiators up to 360mm in the top section and front sections of the Noctis 450. Today we will be taking a look at another NXZT mid-tower chassis, the new S340 Razer Edition. Let’s take an in depth look at the S340 and see how it matches up against the Noctis 450 and what kind of cooling options the S340 has to offer. 


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