At CES Corsair was showing off their brand new flagship cases of the Graphite Series the 760T and 730T. While these cases are pretty much the same, the big difference between them is that the 760T features a large side panel window.
At CES this year one case that really caught my attention was the Cooler Master HAF XC. This case is still in the prototype phase, but looks extremely promising. The case can either be orientated vertical or horizontally like a test bench or HTPC.
The Nineteen Hundred has officially been introduced by Antec and it has been designed to deliver the superior performance and encloses around the ultimate PC. The case comes equipped with a number of profound features in the areas of cooling, performance, and convenience. With all this, it is competing head on with its competitors.
Being computer enthusiasts we love to build some pretty extreme systems, but that of course comes some with some noise. That is where quiet PC Cases come in to play. Many different companies make them, but today we are talking a look at one from NZXT. The NZXT H630 is a full tower case with a very elegant design and is made to keep your systems noise to a minimum. Not only that this case has room for multiple watercooling setups, XL-ATX and E-ATX motherboards, long video cards, and 9 hard drives. Will the NZXT H630 impress? Read on as we find out!
NZXT presents their next case in the Source Series, the Source 530. This full tower case features the same sleek and simple black design as other cases in the Source Series. You have the same familiar mesh front bezel which houses three 5.25-inch drive bays as well as two USB 3.0 ports and audio connections.
Corsair has just announced a new case in their Obsidian Series line of cases. The 750D is a full tower case and will be the little brother to the massive 900D and bigger brother to the Micro-ATX 350D. The 750D keeps the same black monolithic design with its brushed aluminum and solid steel construction. The case is designed to make PC building easy with tool-free side panels and drive bays.
When it comes to cases there is only so much you can fit inside and that sort of limits what type of system you can build. Well Enermax wants to break that barrier with their Fulmo GT Full Tower case. This is not just any full tower case, this is one of the biggest cases I’ve ever had in to review! The case not only supports ATX and XL-ATX motherboards, but even larger form factors like E-ATX and HPTX! On top of that there is room for 10 hard drives, 4 optical drives and 15 fans! (5 are pre-installed). Not only that there are 10 expansion slots so you could put together one beefy workstation or ultimate gaming machine. Having all of this space is great, but has Enermax put all of the other finishing touches on this case to make it a contender against the likes of NZXT, Cooler Master and Fractal Design? Read on as we take a look…
We have the new Raidmax Vampire full tower case in for review today. Weighing in at just under 30 pounds, the Vampire’s bold but sleek design makes it stand out. The materials, design and build quality are excellent and apparent that a lot of thought went into the design and features that enthusiasts demand. The case is packed with all the features you would expect in its class like cooling with the 200mm front intake fan, water cooling support both internal and external setups, a top mounted SATA hot-swap bay, USB 3.0, five 5.25” external bays and a large side panel window. Will this sleek designed case enriched in features meet your requirements? Read on to find out more.
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