COMPUTER CASES

February 10th, 2016

Phanteks Eclipse P400S Case Review

Phanteks’ Eclipse P400S is being launched into an extremely competitive budget case market and even with a price of just $70, it still manages to become one of the best ATX enclosures available.


February 4th, 2016

Fractal Design Define Nano S Review

Small form factor ITX PC cases keep getting more and more capable. The new Fractal Design Define Nano S really brings SFF enclosures to the next level in a clean, well designed package.


January 26th, 2016

The NZXT Manta ITX Case Review

NZXT’s Manta case represents a new generation of “super sized” ITX enclosures. It may be a bit large but it incorporates countless features not normally found in the ITX market.


January 6th, 2016

EXCLUSIVE: Phanteks Eclipse P400 Case Preview

Phanteks is going to launch their new Eclipse P400 budget case and we have an exclusive in-depth preview. At just $69, this may be the S340 killer we’ve been waiting for.


December 16th, 2015

NZXT Hue+ LED Lighting Controller Review

NZXT’s Hue+ is an advanced LED controller which is simple to install and manage. NZXT has done its best to make this totally optional add-on into a must-have for PC enthusiasts.


December 13th, 2015

Corsair Carbide 600C Inverted Case Review

It’s hard to be surprised lately when it comes to computer cases. Enter Corsair with the Carbide 600C and its inverted motherboard mounting design.


November 4th, 2015

Antec P380 Case Review

Stunning good looks and awesome build quality are two hallmarks of Antec’s new P380 case but are those two elements enough to justify its $220 price tag?


June 1st, 2015

Phanteks Enthoo EVOLV ATX Case Review

Phanteks’ newest addition, the Enthoo EVOLV ATX may be a bit expensive but it is everything we could possibly want in a case.


May 13th, 2015

Corsair Carbide 100R Case Review

Inexpensive yet fully featured, the new Carbide 100R costs less than $75 but it still has to compete in a very full segment.


April 30th, 2015

NZXT Noctis 450 Case Review

NZXT is following up on their wildly popular H440 with a new case that takes a turn to the dark side. Called the Noctis 450, it looks ominous but there’s plenty to like.