NZXT has just announced their latest PC case in the Noctis 450. This mid tower takes on modern functionality from an already award winning cases and added a streamlined, yet aggressive exterior design. Noctis introduces a new overlay of floating ventilation panels and a generous amount of mesh to bring you an uncompromising combination of design and function.
AeroCool has just announced their Battlehawk line of ATX mid-tower PC Cases. These will be available in both white and black versions. The white version will have black accents with a front blue fan and the black version will be all black with a red front fan.
Last week CyberPowerPC announced their Trinity Gaming Desktop that made use of this very unique case and now DeepCool has launched the case so you can build you very own system using it. The GamerStorm TriStellar ITX Chassis is one of the more unique PC cases that we have seen in a very long time.
Thermaltake, an industry leader in computer chassis, thermal solutions, and power supply units, launches the Core X9 Snow Edition E-ATX cube case, a continuation of Thermaltake’s tradition of innovative design and edgy technology, particularly for liquid-cooling system cases.
Introducing the Define S. A new segment within the Define family is born and it’s all about flexibility, silence, cooling and beyond. The Fractal Design Define S lends the appearance, sound dampening technology, and support for a wide variety of components from the widely popular Define Series, while introducing a new, innovative internal layout.
In the simplest terms, an Aegis is a shield of protection to the heart of the warrior that wears this protective armor. This is a very fitting picture of the theme of this case from BitFenix. The BitFenix brand made mini computing a cool and universal way of life for many builder’s taking advantage of the newer smaller and magnificent new M-ITX and Micro ATX computers that have the same relative power of its bigger ATX counterparts with the BitFenix Prodigy Line of machines. In a way they invented the way to put together full custom looped water cooled Monster and stuffed it nicely into a small chassis that not only worked great but looked even better. So many flavors and mods have been commercially developed for that little chassis that could and now the people at BitFenix are at it again with the BitFenix Aegis Micro-ATX computer case.
In Win has just announced their latest case in the 503 mid-tower, which is aimed at the mainstream. The case has a nice classy look to it and is aimed at the mainstream market. As you can see from the photo below it will come in two different color choices of silver and black.
XFORMA who creates premium PC cases and accessories has announced the MBX MKII Limited Edition PC Case and it is now available for pre-order. There will be a limited run of only 250 of these cases and they will be manufactured by SilverStone Technology.
Even, now I am almost sure that there are a few Antec 900 user’s out there reading this review on the internet right now. It has been Newegg.com’s Most Sold computer case ever in history and has been on the number one spot of the Electronics’ Billboard Charts of production cases since its inception almost a full decade ago. Now 9 years have passed and sure there have been lot of Antec cases since then but nothing to rate or to make history like the Antec 900, but Antec has a new Economy case called the Antec P70. I really don’t think that this case is going to make history like its grandfather but he is quite a case of it’s own.
Okay lets stop accentuating the negatives, because there are some good parts as well. For the compromises you do make you get a nice looking case that has a really nice mirrored finish emblem two fully autonomous USB 3.0 Ports and some small amount of foam on the inside of the panels to keep them from vibrating to the heartbeat of your hard drives for $50.00. The engineering is really neat as the whole top panel can be completely removed to easily build inside. Don’t worry, there are no mention of the 10 screws that hold the top cover on, in the manual, but if you are fortunate enough to have read this review or you figured out on your own why they used Phillips head screws to hold the top panel instead of rivets, then you can remove them quickly and effortlessly and replace the top back on after the build is completed.
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