EK Water Blocks Vulture ITX case has been revealed! Of course we know EKWB for their waterblocks and watercooling accessories so it is very exciting that they are moving into the case market. We have seen this from other cooling companies in the past.
If only I would have been able to buy this Enermax Thormax Giant case back in 2007 it would have been my first choice hands down. With all the great list of features like high performance ventilation, super cool Enermax Vegas lighted fans and an abundant amount of space for installing pretty much anything you want to in it there is not much to say that is negative about this case. I have already seen how a dual Processor/quad line of memory sticks fit into this case and Quad SLI video stacked to the gills and the case still looks like it needs more, and while in the features it says that it fits a 360 mm radiator at the top it may do that but it’s actually built perfectly for a 240 or 280 fat radiator with push/pull fans.
Thermaltake is a brand name in the computer case industry, we have been reviewing their cases for years. Over the past few years they really have been focusing on mid and full tower cases. It has been quite a while since they released a really great small form factor case for LANs and gaming, the last one I remember was the LANBOX which came out in 2006. Well Thermaltake is back with a small form factor case that is perfect for LANs or just building a smaller system. The case is the Core V1 and it has room inside for a Mini-ITX motherboard, graphics cards as long as 285 mm, CPU coolers as tall as 140 mm, full size ATX power supplies, four hard drives and even watercooling! Let’s take a look!
Xigmatek has just launched their Eris cube-type Mini-ITX case. The case has an all black steel design with a faux brushed metal front. In typical cube-style the case has the official measurements of 225 mm x 355 mm x 180 mm (WxDxH) and weighs in at 3.06 kg.
Lian-Li Industrial Co. Ltd, today unleashes a hellish beast onto the enthusiast PC market with the dual system PC-D666 double wide brushed aluminum chassis. With a red and black aesthetic to match the number of the beast name, the PC-D666 supports a full EATX/ATX “workhorse” system on one side of the chassis, and a Micro-ATX/Mini-ITX “gaming” system in the other.
Zalman has just rolled out its latest ATX mid-tower case, the Z11 Neo. The case features an all matte black design with glowing blue elements. The Z11 Neo is made of SECC steel and ABS plastic. There is a very large side panel window that will allow you to show off your installed hardware.
The Phanteks Enthoo EVOLV has it all, and maybe even more than you might expect for a high end case no matter what your skill level or your custom ideals, inspiration’s or budgets. This is not a showy design but it could be. It has a true minimalistic quality that can only be appreciated up close and personally to see what it is really like. Like a fine wine or a beautiful woman it hides it’s best qualities for only the special few that are able to get close enough to appreciate their true appeal.
Lian Li has just announced the brand new brushed aluminum PC-Q26 mini-ITX chassis. This case is made for storage as it has support for up to 10 3.5-inch drives and a single 2.5-inch drive. It is ideal for people who want to build their own NAS or system integrators.
This past January at CES Deepcool showed us a prototype of a Micro-ATX case that had sort of a Steampunk design to it. That prototype would later become the Deepcool Steam Castle, which we have in to review today! This case really stands out with its design and will definitely get some attention if you are attending a LAN party or other computer event. Besides its unique look the case also supports both micro-ATX and mini-ITX motherboards, has room for 5 hard drives, full size ATX power supplies and lots of room for cooling. Let’s take a look…
Lian-Li has just announced their brand new bushed aluminum PC-T80 DIY test bench. This test bench is an update to the original PC-T60. The PC-T80 will feature the same high-quality and simple design that the PC-T80 had, but also adds radiator support (something most test benches don’t have) and a more modular design.