It is contest time here again at ThinkComputers! We have teamed up with our friends over at Raidmax to give away two of their products. First we have the Agusta case which just looks awesome. Secondly, is the RX-1000AE power supply which really is a 1000W 80PLUS Gold certified power supply with some great features. So how can you get your hands on these two awesome products?
NZXT is one of those chassis manufacturers which always seems to surprise with each entry by having some sort of special feature or tweak that makes it just that little bit more easy to use or maybe even adds to overall awesomeness in appearance. So needless to say we were intrigued when we got the H230 in house as it is designed to be a very budget friendly model with a MSRP of around $70 dollars and a present street price of $59.99 at our favorite etailer. Now we wanted to tear into it and show you what we find inside, so read on to see what the new H230 has in store for your budget friendly Mid tower building pleasure.
Most case manufacturers out there make conventional PC cases, meaning they fit the traditional form factors and are not all that different inside. Well Corsair has changed things up a little bit with their Carbide Series Air 540, which is a cube-style case, but it actually fits a full-sized ATX motherboard and components. This case features a dual-chamber design that not only helps with better cooling, but makes installation much easier. This case has actually been out for some time, but Corsair recently announced the white version of the case so that is what we are looking at today. Will this be the case for your next build? Read on as we find out.
It looks like Fractal Design has decided to make their own dual-compartment cases like the ones we have seen from Corsair and Lian Li. The Node 804 is a Micro-ATX case that has a compartment for your motherboard, video card and two hard drives and another compartment for your power supply, slim optical drive and more storage.
Back in January Lian Li has unveiled their DK01 Desk Chassis. Since then they have made many improvements and optimizations. Following feedback from CeBIT, Lian Li will be releasing the finalized version soon.
The guys over at SilentiumPC has unveiled the Aquarius X90 case and if you can guess from the name it is designed for water cooling. The concept behind the case is to to give you extra space and flexibility for installing advanced custom water cooling loop without any modifications.
British case manufacturer Parvum has released and started selling their new S2.0 version of their very popular Parvum case. The Parvum S2.0 is an evolution of the popular S1.0 with a host of new features and improvements over their first product range.
Mining crypto-currency is a big thing right now and there are only a few options for cases other than building your own setup. Well the guys over at Red Harbinger have a solution for you in their Dopamine Case.
Crypto-currency mining has been taking off like crazy as of late. Many people are making their own custom setups, but it now looks like there are a few case companies coming out with mining cases. One of those companies is Primochill with their release of the Hasher Mining Case.
Over the past year In Win has been releasing some very unique case designs. This all started with their Tou case that was revealed at Computex. Today we are looking at another case from In Win that does not conform to the norms, it is their 904 mid tower case. This case is made entirely of glass and aluminum! Thats right, both side panels are made of thick tinted tempered glass and the frame of the case is constructed of 4mm thick aluminum alloy. This makes for a very unique case and something that will catch the eyes of onlookers at a LAN party for sure! Is this case all looks or is it actually functional as well? Read on as we take a look…