El Monte, CA – March 22, 2011 – NZXT, a company built on realizing the dreams of gamers worldwide, is proud to announce the H2, a silent midtower chassis that drastically reduces the chaotic noise produced by powerful gaming PCs. In designing H2, NZXT’s challenge was to engineer a decibel reduction solution while allowing components to remain cool through effective airflow. To achieve these feats, the H2 implements a layer of premium noise dampening foam that keeps internal noise from escaping the chassis. A magnetic fan cover on the top 140mm fan adds another element of silence, but can be removed if the user prefers to maximize cooling.
Today we have the opportunity to check out one of Thermaltake’s latest cases in the Armor series, the Thermaltake Armor A60. If you remember back in June we took a look at the Armor A90. The Armor A60 is one of the first to offer USB 3.0 and the first to offer the SideClick EasySwap design, which is basically a hot swappable slot. The design and feature list should fit most gamers and enthusiasts. Read on to check out out what else this case has to offer.
The Phantom, NZXTs most elegant case to date, was unveiled not that long ago on July 28, 2010. It offers a unique and powerful design for enthusiasts. A complete black (also available in red and white) finish, both inside and out, is complemented by a piano black finish found on the top and front bezel. The case offers plenty of cooling options, support for the latest and greatest hardware, an easy installation, and many other advanced features.
Today we have the opportunity to take a look revamped version of the infamous NZXT Tempest, the NZXT Tempest EVO. With many upgrades from the original Tempest including a complete black interior, tinted window, extra cable management options and many other features, the Tempest EVO is surely a case you should consider. Read on further to see more features and to see how the owner of the original Tempest feels about the EVO.
In Win isn’t a widely known company, but it is slowly starting to get to there. Their unique cases are a different from the norm and the In Win Fanqua Mid Tower Chassis that we have to review today is no exception. Supporting up to nine drives the Fanqua houses four fans: three 120mm and one 220mm blue LED fan which lights up the entire case. In Win has also developed many tool-free devices to help ensure a fast and easy installation. Read on further to find out more about this case.
It’s been over two years since we’ve had a Raidmax case to review here at ThinkComputers. Today we get the chance to take a look at the Raidmax Skyline Mid Tower Chassis. This gaming case has a plain style for the average gamer. It includes five fans and has plenty of tool-free installation options. The Raidmax Skyline comes in four different flavors. Read on further to see which one we got to take a look at.
Thermaltake is a household name. That is, if your household is one of the growing number of households where discussion of enthusiast-level computer parts is normal. Thermaltake makes everything from cooling devices, to power supplies, to chasses, and more. This review covers the Thermaltake Element V, a full tower chassis with a multicolor personality and plenty of space inside for a high-end gaming rig. However, it’s not without its faults. Read on for the ThinkComputers review.
I’m sure we’ve all seen cases with black exteriors, but have you seen cases with a completely black interior and a black tinted window? The NZXT Lexa S Crafted Series Black Steel Mid Tower Chassis gives you all of this and more! It includes four fans, two of which can be controlled by the built-in fan controller, 11 drive bays and some handy features everyone would enjoy. Read on further to see what else this case has to offer.
In Win is a company mainly known for its power supplies or unique mid tower cases. Today we got the opportunity to review In Win’s first Full Tower Case, the In Win Maelstrom. This airflow giant can boast a total of 10, 120mm fans to go along with the airflow design built into the case. In Win has added many sound/vibration reducing implantations into this case such as the acoustic absorbers and patented hard drive rails. Read on further to see what In Wins first Full Tower Chassis has to offer.
Looking for an affordable case for around $50? How about a case that supports 10.5″ graphics cards? If you answered yes to these questions then you are looking for the NZXT Beta. The Beta has a plethora of features which range from a completely black interior to optimum airflow performance. I can’t say that I’ve ever seen such a high quality case with so many features for such a little price. Read on further to see what else I think about this affordable case.
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