Saturday, February 24, 2018

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NZXT H700i Case Review

NZXT is a company which has always innovated when it came to their cases. I've always felt like their cases were made for builders as they've always had features that builders and modders wanted. It has been a while since we've seen a new high-end case from NZXT. Well they have recently released their new H-Series cases, which are made up of the H700i, H400i, and H200i. These are ATX, Micro-ATX, and Mini-ITX cases respectively. NZXT tells us these are "Smart" cases with built-in RGB lighting and fans which you can control via NZXT's very popular CAM software. Of course this is all connected for you from the get go, and you have adaptive noise reduction which should help your system stay quiet, even during intense gaming sessions. Of course you have a nice tempered glass side panel to show off your hardware, and some very interesting cable management features. Is this the next case for you? Read on as we find out!

Raijintek Asterion Classic
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Raijintek Asterion Classic Case Review

Earlier this year we took a look at our first Raijintek case, the Thetis Window, and today we have our second, the Asterion Classic. This case definitely stands out with its sleek bushed aluminum front panel, dual tempered glass side panels, and support for large E-ATX motherboards. Supporting E-ATX motherboards means that you have a good amount of room inside to build a pretty kick-ass system. So is the Asterion Classic the perfect case for your next build? Read on as we find out!

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Fractal Design Define R6 Tempered Glass Case Review

Fractal Design's Refine series focuses on providing a sleek and silent case that doesn't cut corners with regards to quality and design. Previous releases like the Define R5 have been very popular with users wanting a high-end feature set that is paired up with near-silent operation. Today we are taking a look at Fractal Design's latest case in the Define series, the R6. The Define R6 has been designed from the ground up and incorporates many of the features that the Define series is known for, like sound-dampened side panels, tons of fan filtering, and ModuVent technology, and adds popular new features like seamless tempered glass, and a built-in fan hub. Can the R6 continue to carry the torch for Fractal Design and their Define series? Let's find out!

be quiet! Dark Base Pro 900
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be quiet! Dark Base Pro 900 Case Review

be quiet! is a company that when we were introduced to them mainly made power supplies, CPU coolers, and fans. Not that long ago they started to venture into cases and actually made a pretty good name for themselves in that area. Today we have the pleasure of checking out their flagship PC case, the Dark Base Pro 900. This massive case has room inside for some of the most insane setups, comes with three of be quiet's own SilentWings 3 PWM fans, has a removable motherboard tray and modular internal design, two included LED strips, and even an integrated wireless charger for Qi enabled devices. It seems like be quiet! has though of everything possible with this case. Let's jump in and see if that is true!

mean:it 5PM Tempered Glass Case
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mean:it 5PM Tempered Glass Case Review

When it comes to PC cases we as enthusiasts know all of the major brands. I'm sure if we asked you to name 5 PC case brands you could easily do it. Not often do we see a new case company come on the scene, but today we have a case from a company we've never heard of before. mean:it currently has two cases available and going to their website there really is not much known about the company. When they initially e-mailed us they said they are a new brand that, "focuses exclusively on three-sided tempered glass computer cases". We are all about tempered glass cases so we were excited to see what they had to offer. Today we are checking out their 5PM case, which is a mid tower case featuring three tempered glass panels, 4 included LED fans, and a pretty good internal design from what it seems. Can mean:it break into the highly competitive case industry? Read on as we find out!

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AZZA Inferno 310 Case Review

Just recently we took a look at AZZA's Storm 6000W case, a white behemoth with four RGB LED fans and plenty of room to work with The Inferno 310 is a mid-tower case from AZZA's X-Series of cases, and with room for up to ATX-sized motherboards and a 360mm radiator up top, this mid-tower looks to provide plenty of building options. Add in a tempered glass side panel and a few RGB LED fans, and you have a great foundation to start a build with.

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Corsair Carbide Series SPEC-04 Tempered Glass Case Review

It is almost a requirement for any new case to feature tempered glass of some sort, usually in the case of a side panel. The tempered glass trend has been around for a while now, and some manufacturers are taking a look at some of their previous designs and incorporating glass side panels where they deem it to be appropriate. Corsair is not one to slack behind, and they have just released the SPEC-04 Tempered Glass, a slightly re-designed version of their popular Carbide Series SPEC-04 budget case that now includes a tempered glass side panel, for just $69.

Cooler Master MasterCase Lite 5 RGB
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Cooler Master MasterBox Lite 5 RGB Case Review

Cooler Master's MasterBox series of cases sort of sits as their entry-level case series behind the ever popular MasterCase series. There are currently 10 cases in the MasterCase series, all of which are well under $100. The case we are checking out today is no different, the MasterBox Lite 5 RGB is only $69.99, but packs in the features. This mid tower case has a tempered glass side panel, 4 included cooling fans (3 of which are RGB fans), room for long graphics cards, tall CPU coolers, and much more. This case could be over of the best value cases that we've seen this year! Read on as we take a look!

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AZZA Storm 6000W Case Review

AZZA is no stranger here at ThinkComputers, and today we will be taking a look a their Storm 6000 ATX case. The Storm 6000 is part of their full tower case lineup, and comes in both black and white finishes, with our review sample being of the latter variety. Keeping the Storm 6000 up to speed with the latest in case trends is the inclusion of a full tempered glass side panel, and multiple RGB features throughout the case.

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