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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.

ASUS Prime Z370-A Motherboard
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ASUS Prime Z370-A Motherboard Review

With the launch of Intel's 8th Generation desktop processors last week and the need for a new chipset (Intel Z370) we have a slew of new motherboards on the block. ASUS has quite a few different Z370 motherboards available right now, from their higher-end Republic of Gamers (ROG) brand to their more affordable Prime series. I am actually a huge fan of the Prime Series. It gives you all of the great features you expect on a motherboard, without many of the extras that cost more and you simply don't make use of. Today we are taking a look a the new ASUS Prime Z370-A Motherboard. This ATX motherboard has great features including dual M.2 slots, USB 3.1 Gen 2, 2-way SLI and 3-way CrossFire support, and even some cool RGB LEDs. You are going to get all of this for $174.99. Add an affordable "Coffee Lake" processor and you have the makings of a pretty awesome system. Let's dive in and see what this motherboard is all about.

SilverStone Redline RL06 Pro Case
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SilverStone Redline RL06 Pro Case Review

When you hear the name SilverStone you probably think of their Raven or Temjin series cases, I know that I do. While SilverStone does have this very nice high-end cases, they also offer many value series cases as not everyone has a few hundred dollars to shell out on a case. The motto of the Redline series is "Taking affordable enthusiast PCs to the limit" and the RL06 Pro seems to be the most feature-packed case in the series. This ATX case comes with four cooling fans (3 LED, 1 normal), a large side panel windows, stylish power supply cover, room for 5 hard drives, and support for long graphics cards. You get all of this for $74.99, is it worth it? Read on as we find out!

Thermaltake Core P3
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Thermaltake Core P3 Chassis Review

When Thermaltake introduced the Core P5 chassis last October it was pretty revolutionary. There really were not cases out there made specifically show off hardware, mount on your wall, act as a table, etc. The Core P5 was a great chassis no doubt, but there were a few issues that Thermaltake needed to address. Fast forward to today and we have the brand new Core P3 Chassis. Thermaltake has made the chassis smaller, added better SSD mounts, and now the chassis has no problem supporting all-in-one liquid cooling systems. Let's jump in and see what the Core P3 is all about!

In Win 805
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In Win Announces The 805 ATX PC Chassis

In Win Development Inc., a leading innovator in PC design and multi-winner of the internationally renowned red-dot Design Award, has today announced its new 805 ATX PC chassis. The new 805 chassis features a see-through skeleton structure of aluminum that can be placed anywhere to give 270 degrees of spectacular views thanks to its tempered glass sides and front panel.

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Corsair Carbide Series 100R Case Review

Just think. A large clear windowed panel with an all black sprayed interior, drive mounting that is very well thought out, semi tool-less designs and a special place for that AIO or all in one 240 X 120mm hydro cooler. They even offer the gamer an indirect intake air cooling from the side gills to keep the front nice clean and less noisy and you get that "Monster Corsair Obsidian" look on the front end with the faux brushed aluminum anodized look of a plastic front end. No one will know but you and it beats the other cases that are in this price range by a country mile. Would you believe it? Well truthfully I am slightly skeptical too, but I really am rooting for Corsair's newest 100R Carbide Series Case to make a true believer out of me, but we will see as the Review continues on. So let's see if this nice looking "Econ-o-Box" can stand up to a gaming setup and how will it fit the needs? Will it be a viable alternative and a budget saver to use the Corsair Carbide Series 100R or do we need to look further into the higher priced Cases?

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