RAIDMAX today announces the VAMPIRE, a full tower case with all the features a PC building enthusiast could want: tool-free design, convenient top I/O panel, zero-clutter cable management, water cooling support, and SSD hot swap functionality. Supporting motherboard form factors up to XL-ATX, the VAMPIRE is an ideal chassis for those looking for a spacious no hassle-case.
NZXT’s Phantom case really brought NZXT into the spotlight. The case was just awesome, a unique design, built in fan controller and much more. The case became so popular we saw many custom PC makers using it and component companies using it to demo their products. Since its release it is now available in red and even pink and NZXT released a value version of the case (Phanton 410). The big surprise from NZXT this year was the Switch 810. Another full tower case that again became a leader in the case market. Now just in time for the holidays we have what would happen if you took the best features from the Switch 810 and Phantom and put them into one case. The case is the Phantom 820 and it features 4 included cooling fans, integrated HUE lighting system, 4 channel digital fan controller, removable hard drive cages, USB 3.0 support and much more. Read on as we take a look at this case!
NZXT’s long awaited new Phantom case is here! The Phantom 820 is a full tower case that measures 210mm x 473mm x 490mm (W x H x D) and is designed for XL-ATX, E-ATX, ATX, mATX, and uITX motherboards. It expands on the original design of the Phantom and brings it up to date with room for long video cards, watercooling equiptment, Integrated HUE lighting, 4 channel digital fan controller a much more! Read on to learn more about the new case and to check out our gallery!
White cases have been a big thing for the past year or so and now Antec is going to jump on that popularity with some new additions to its Performance One P280 Series of cases. They have announced 3 new cases, 2 of which are white. The first case the P280-MW, is a completely white version (including internals) of the original P280. There is a version of the white case with an acrylic side panel window, the P280-MW Window. Finally there is the P280 Window which features a black / graphite design also with an acrylic side panel window.
Lian-Li Industrial Co., Ltd, today announces the massive brushed aluminum HPTX supported chassis – PC-D8000. Able to hold up to twenty 3.5” hard drives, two power supplies and one of the largest motherboard form factors on the market, the PC-D8000 has plenty of space to fit all the hardware an enthusiast desires.
The massive 405mm x 628mm x 572mm (15.9” x 24.7” x 22.5”) PC-D8000 complements the virtually limitless hardware and storage capabilities with many tool-less features for ease of installation. The front panel of the PC-D8000 pops-off allowing full access to the twenty 3.5” hard drives. Each drive can be easily secured and removed thanks to the included thumbscrews and rubber suspensions. A key lock for the 3.5” HDD cage preventing unwanted removal of the hard drives adds extra security.
If you’re an enthusiast, chances are you’ve heard of Case Labs. Some of their cases have garnered worldwide acclaim and the utmost care and attention goes into their designs, builds, and company ethos. Case Labs’ cases are 100% made in the USA, and are hand assembled in the Case Labs warehouse (if you opt for assembly!).
Case Labs recently launched the SM8, the first is their new “Merlin” line, boasting support for E-ATX boards. Crafted from 100% aluminum, with absolutely no plastic to be found, the Merlin SM8 is built incredibly well. Promising support for even the most demanding cooling setups, Case Labs’ newest case is staggeringly detailed. Case Labs were nice enough to send us over a Merlin SM8 for review, and we’ve put together a brief overview with an explanation of some of the features of this very well thought out case.
This is actually our first review from AZZA, but I’m sure you have heard their name before. AZZA was actually founded in 1996, but only in 2009 did they start creating products under the AZZA name. Their main focus is cases and power supplies and we have a great case for you today. The AZZA Genesis 9000 is a full tower case that features a removable and reversible motherboard tray, support for XL-ATX and E-ATX motherboards, room for quite a lot of watercooling, USB 3.0 support and much more. This case really is not your normal case and it really shows you that AZZA wants to give you the customer every option and feature possible in a case.
We are busy working away at our review of the AZZA Genesis 9000 Full Tower Case. Let me tell you, this case is very unique and unlike your “normal” full tower case. You can switch it from a normal ATX case to a reverse ATX case and the power supply mounts in the front for starters. We wanted to give you a little tease before we post the full review so read on to check out our almost 10 minute overview video!
You may have noticed that we already did a review on the NZXT Switch 810. Well…here we are again, and this time, we have the new Switch 810 Special Edition! NZXT sent us the gunmetal chassis, and it is most definitely a looker. Taking cues from the more classy looking chassis on the market, The Switch 810 SE has an understated aesthetic, whilst still being very easy on the eye. So did NZXT manage to pull off a feat of design greatness in their Switch 810 SE? We’re going to find out for you, strap in.
We have seen so many full tower cases. This is to accommodate the larger XL-ATX motherboards that we have been seeing lately and just to have the extra room for large liquid cooling setups. One of the most impressive cases we saw this year at CES was the Switch 810 from NZXT. NZXT really took their time designing this case to give you so many different cooling options as well as adding features that are just not on other cases. The case comes equipped with four 140mm cooling fans, room for up to 7 hard drives, support for XL-ATX motherboards, USB 3.0 support and much more. So let’s just jump right in and take a look.
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