Earlier this week we reviewed the Core X71 full tower case, which was a pretty awesome case. Also announced at CES this week was the smaller Core X31. Thermaltake knows that many people do not have the need for the Core X71 so the Core X31 is for people who are just looking for a mid tower.
EVGA is a company we primarily known for graphics cards and motherboards, but this year at CES they were showing off a new gaming case that definitely has a lot of potential. The EVGA Gaming Case is quite large support E-ATX and XL-ATX motherboards so you can really put an extreme system inside.
Every few years Lian Li releases a special edition case. In the past we’ve seen them in the form of a spider, train and more! This year Lian Li is showing off a case that takes the form of a ship or yacht. It is a funny functional PC case though as it can fit mini-ITX builds with no problems.
In the past three years Phanteks has built up a really respectable product line of cases. They absolutely rule the enthusiast case mod segment and have really strong offering in the mid to upper price range. The one part they have really been missing is an entry level mid tower that is super friendly to build in. And that is exactly where the Eclipse P400 cases come in.
Phanteks has been rising swiftly to the top of the case market for some time now. Listening closely to what the mod community wants and needs has given them immediate success. Hoping to build on that success they have taken ques from their entire line of products and produced what can only be referred to as a mammoth.
Lian Li made headlines a few years ago when they first announced their desk cases. These desk cases allow you to build a pretty badass system inside a very functional and quality-made desk. The newest addition to the desk series is the DK-04 and its biggest features is that it is height-adjustable!
Deepcool continues to innovate and rise to new heights in the hardware case and cooling segment. In this case we’re referring to a brand new mid tower chassis called the Genome. Genome is a very unique case in that it is the industry’s first tower with a built in AiO water cooling unit.
Announced this week at CES was Corsair’s Carbide Series SPEC-ALPHA gaming case. This case has a very different look that what we expect to see from Corsair, but we really like the design. The best thing about this case is that it will come to retail for around $80!
The world first saw the In Win 805 at Computex this past summer. Like most In Win chassis the 805 features and all aluminum exterior accented with copious amounts of tempered glass panels on the sides.
In Win strikes again at CES with another great chasis, this one was built to celebrate their 30th anniversary and it’s a familiar refresh called the H-Frame 2.0. This gold colored case is an open air chassis constructed from several aluminum plates that are sandwiched vertically to give support to the interior of the case.