Cougar is a relatively new company to us here at ThinkComputers. We have reviewed a couple of their power supplies and were actually quite impressed. Now it is time for cases, and up on the review block today is the MX300 which is part of Cougar’s MX Gaming Series. This is a rather inexpensive case with a street price of around $40, but still offers some great features like space for long graphics cards, tool-less drive options, USB 3.0 support and much more. Will this inexpensive case be a good value? We will have to find out!
As time has passed, Corsair has stood by a code of “Quality” above all else. This code has made them a leader in Computer Cases and with AIO (All in One) water cooling systems like the Hydro-series that are commonly used worldwide. The company is great with their customers after the sale as well with a winning customer service that is extremely pleasing to the end user and builds more sales by giving confidence that when someone buys a Corsair Product they are buying Quality and Reliability and that is what makes Corsair the Great Company that it is. Look for a 3 week turnaround on returns or replacement. The 730t Graphite Series case is a brand new edition to the Graphite family of Corsair cases. The 730t Full Tower case is new to the market and has not quite caught on yet but we have a feeling that this along with his big brother the 760t cases will be a hit with modders and builders alike.
Lian Li has just announced a new case in their vast lineup, the PC-Q01. This new brushed aluminum case is designed for small office / home environments and features a tool-lessly removable L-shaped cover that makes installations effortless in space-confined ITX systems.
We have always known Enermax for some pretty attractive and interesting cases. Today we are taking a look at one of their latest cases the iVektor. One interesting thing about this case is that it has a soft touch coating that is said to absorb vibrations, noise and prevent fingerprints. Besides this coating the iVektor features a large side panel window for showing off hardware, USB 3.0 support, room for large graphics cards and liquid cooling solutions and multiple tool-less installation features. The iVektor comes in black, white and red, but today we will be taking a look at the black version. Will this be the case for your next build? Read on as we find out!
Today Deepcool has finally released their very anticipated Steam Castle micro-ATX case that has a sort of Steam Punk theme to it. The case will be available this month with a suggested retail price of $119.99.
We have not heard much from Antec lately, but at Computex 2014 this week they were showing off a new high-end offering in their Performance One P380 case. The P380 has a very sleek and sophisticated design to it thanks to the large 6 mm thick piece of aluminum that makes up the top and front of the case.
We got our first look at DeepCool’s Steam Castle case back in January at CES and now DeepCool will be offering the case in four new color options. These will include piano black with silver accents, yellow with silver accents, white with red accents, and red with black accents.
Last year In Win blew us away with their Tou tempered glass case and it seems like they are back at it again with a new very unique case. At Computex In Win is showing off their next special Edition Case, the S-Frame.
We normally know be quiet! for their power supplies and cooling solutions, but it looks like they are branching out into cases! At Computex 2014 they are showing off their first ever PC case! The case (which has no name yet) is aimed towards silence and high-end cooling performance.
Jan 29, 2015 0