COMPUTER CASES

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.


April 26th, 2015

BitFenix AEGIS mATX Case Review

The BitFenix AEGIS is an exciting watercooling-optimized mATX chassis that could become the next signature release from the company. It’s vibrant color options may not suit everyone’s pallet though.


April 25th, 2015

Fractal Design Define S Case Review

Possibly one of the most innovative cases we have seen this year the Fractal Design Define S aims to cater to watercooling enthusiasts with an open-style interior design and radiator optimization but leaves a clean plate for whatever build you prefer.


April 22nd, 2015

Silverstone PS11 Case Review

Small case, big shoes to fill. Silverstone PS11 may become a killer value enclosure for those on a strict budget at just $49.


May 6th, 2014

Phanteks Enthoo Pro Case Review

The sound of a $99 mid-tower case may not sound like anything special but the new Phanteks Enthoo Pro does things differently. Like the Primo before it, the Pro sets a new standard.