Over the past few years In Win has been designing a lot of different cases to stir up the competition with larger manufactures. Their latest Full Tower Case, the In Win Dragon Rider is no exception to In Win’s quality products. The Dragon Rider has advanced features such as a CPU backplate cooling fan, two USB 3.0 easy access ports and support for E-ATX motherboards. The case also includes 4 fans and has support of up to 10 fans to go along with its already cool and quiet design. Let’s take a closer look.
I’ve been reviewing computer hardware for quite some time now and it is safe to say I’ve seen my fair share of cases. When it comes to purchasing a case most people go with the big players; Thermaltake, Antec, Cooler Master etc. It is not often we have a new company come into the case market and impress us. Well today is that day and BitFenix is the company. The case in question is their Colossus Full Tower case, which features a very unique lighting design, USB 3.0 ports, great cooling, tons of room inside and much more. Read on to check out this truly unique case.
Sentey is a company most people probably haven’t heard of, let alone what types of products they have. Sentey makes a variety of different products, but cases and power supplies are their main thing. Today we have the chance to check out their Arvina GS-6400 High Tower Case. How well will it perform? Read on further to see if this brand will make it or break it.
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.
Antec really has not really introduced anything super ground breaking in a long time. I mean they did start their gaming case line with the 900 case and some other cases followed, but they have had the same style cases for quite some time. This year at CES I was extremely excited when I saw a set of cases that looked nothing like that Antec cases of the past and finally brought them up to date internally. The cases I’m talking about are the Dark Fleet series. This new series has 3 cases, 2 mid towers and 1 full tower. Today we will be looking at the full tower, the DF-85. This case features so many features we can’t list them all here! So go ahead and read on as we check out the Dark Fleet DF-85!
Today we have the opportunity to check out In Win’s newly released chassis, the In Win Ironclad Full Tower case; an upgrade to the In Win Maelstrom. It provides all of the necessary features you could ever want in a case along with all of the tool-free devices to make installation all that much easier. This case fits the best of both worlds: cooling and quiet. With support of up to a total of 10, 120mm fans, this case should fit most everyone’s cooling needs. Both side panels are lined with sound insulating foam to help keep those fans quiet. Read on further to see what other features this case has.
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.
Recently I reviewed Ikonik’s flagship case, the Ra X10 Liquid, an aluminum liquid cooled full tower. Today I will be looking at a slightly more basic version of that case, the Ra X10 Sim, which doesn’t have the liquid cooling components, but does have the Sim module, a USB controlled component that gives total control over the 13 case fans. Yes you read that right, 13 fans, the Ra X10 is a very ventilated case. Read on to check out the Ikonik Ra X10 Sim!
Chances are that you haven’t heard of Ikonik Technology. A number of professionals left one of the largest hardware companies in the world, and in February 2008 announced the formation of Ikonik. Starting out already having years of R&D, manufacturing and production management, and sales and marketing experience with a very successful company helped a lot. These guys aren’t a bunch of noobs blundering out into the IT market, they already know the industry, markets, products, and their competition. They presented their first products at Computex last June, including the Ra X10 case. They started winning awards there, and haven’t turned back. Today I will be looking at the Ikonik Ra X10 Liquid Cooled case, an aluminum full tower with a liquid cooling system installed. Besides having a very extensive liquid system, the case is probably the most ventilated PC chassis I have ever seen. And that’s not all, there are other innovations too. Read on to find out about the Ikonik Ra X10 Liquid!
Need a full tower case, but don’t want to pay the price? How about if I told you that you can get a full tower chassis with plenty of features and a sturdy construction for under $100? The NZXT Zero 2 is what you’ll be looking for. A remake of the successful NZXT Zero the Zero 2 also offers a quad fan design, which is optimal for those multi GPU users out there. The sturdy 1.0mm steel chassis is sure to hold up for quite some time; heck even give it to your five year old nephew to beat it up because I doubt he could do any real damage to the Zero 2s sturdy design. Read on further to see what else this case has to offer.
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