Lian Li has announced the release of their latest full tower case the PC-A79. This case supports HPTX, E-ATX, XL-ATX, ATX, and Micro-ATX motherboards and has a removable motherboard tray to make installation even easier. The case is fully made of Aluminum and is available in both black and silver versions.
Out of all the Fractal Design cases the one I’ve really wanted to get my hands on has been the Define XL, what can I say I am a fan of big cases. Well Fractal Design has recently revised the Define XL, coming out with the Define XL R2 case. The R2 takes the best parts of the original Define XL case and adds upon it. The Define XL R2 supports large motherboards like E-ATX and XL-ATX, has room for up to 8 hard drives, 4 optical drives, 9 expansions slots, has three included fans with a fan controller and much much more! Did I mention Fractal Design intends this case to be pretty quiet as well. Let’s jump in!
At this year Computex’s event which was held in Taipei, AeroCool revealed its GT-S Black Edition Full Tower case. It is available in two color combinations i.e. black with a dash of red and white with a dash of blue. The GT-S Black Edition is made with 1.2mm thick SECC and ABS. The top and front panels are highly molded, while the windowed side panels are made for either two 140mm fans or a single 230mm fan. Likewise the same fan is mounted on the front panel whereas the top can hold two 120mm fans or one 140/200/230mm fan. It also includes a 120mm rear exhaust fan and 140mm bottom fan takes care of the ventilation for the case.
Antec has had some pretty large cases in the past but at Computex they were showing off their largest case to date. The Nineteen Hundred Super Tower stands two feet tall! Being this large of a case of course you have room for larger motherboards like HPTX and E-ATX, but of course it supports normal ATX motherboards as well. You will get nine expansion slots with this case.
While many people have been going nuts over In Win’s Tou case, the case manufacturer also had another cool case on display at Computex. The original H-Frame was a great case, but many people were asking for a larger case for watercooling setups and just more room overall. In Win has granted their wish with the KingSize H-Frame Full Tower Case.
Over the past year In Win has gone away from the ordinary with their cases. The H-Frame and and D-Frame are perfect examples of that. Well today at Computex they are showing off another radical case in the Tou, which is made of an aluminum frame and skinned in transparent 3M safety class. You really have to see this case to appreciate it!
Back in 2010 NZXT released a case that would become one of their most popular cases of all time, the Phantom. The Phantom was truly a unique case and now NZXT is presenting its direct successor in the Phantom 530. While one the outside the Phantom 530 looks much like the original Phantom inside you will find many of the latest features NZXT has been showcasing on their latest cases.
SilverStone’s Raven cases have been pretty impressive to say the least. The are very unique and make for a great gaming machine. Today we have the first pictures of the upcoming Raven RV04 case. Big changes on this case is the 90-degree clockwise-tilted motherboard tray in the RV03 has been replaced with an upside-down BTX-style motherboard tray. Read on for photos and more information about this case.
Thermaltake is rounding out their Urban Series with the Urban S71 Full Tower Case. This case follows the same design as the S31 and S41 except it is a full tower case. The Urban Series is designed for users who are looking for powerful performance and high expandability but a more simple and sophisticated look. The case will be available in window and non-windowed versions.
We have already seen the A31 and A41 as part of Thermaltake’s new Chaser line and now they have the A71. This full tower case features the typical Chaser e-sports design which is inspired by the major motion picture Tron. Unlike the other Chaser cases the A71 also has a hard drive dock located on the top of the case.
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