XFX, who we normally know for graphics cards and motherboard is getting into the PC case segment with their Type 1 Bravo mid-tower and from what we see it looks like it will not disappoint. At first glance the case has a very sleek and stylish.
This is another case that is coming out this week that we got a chance to take a look at during the Consumer Electronics Show earlier this month. In Win is officially launching their 901 Mini-ITX Case. This case is a smaller version of the 904 case and is made of aluminum and glass.
While most of the case makers out there have gone for the more sleek and subtle design for their cases, Raidmax is always a company we can count on for some pretty extreme case designs. Today we are talking a look a look at their Agusta case. This case has a sort of transformer-like design to it, which looks awesome. On top of that it has a dual chamber design with the 3.5-inch / 2.5-inch drive trays on the bottom of the case. This not only makes room for watercooling inside the main compartment of the case but keeps the heat generated by your hard drives in a separate compartment. Other features include USB 3.0 support, six included fans and tool-less installation systems. Read on as we take a look…
In Win’s 904 case has been out for a little while now. It is a really cool case and now In Win has shrunk it down to Mini-ITX form factor for smaller builds! It still keeps the aluminum metal plate and tempered glass design.
At CES Corsair has introduced their first ever Mini-ITX case, the Obsidian Series 250D. Since this case is part of the Obsidian Series we can expect it to be very high quality. The case itself is made of brushed aluminum and solid steel. The Obsidian Series 250D is also Corsair’s smallest case to date.
Antec was showing off a new gaming case this year at CES. The GX900 is a gaming themed case that looks very similar to the GX700 that Antec launched last year at CES. This case has a sleek black and green military design.
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.
DeepCool is a name we normally associate with cooling products, but recently they have introduced a few cases. At CES 2014 DeepCool introduced a Steampunk-themed micro ATX / mini ITX case called the Steam Castle.