COMPUTER CASES

April 9th, 2013

Cooler Master Storm Scout 2 Advanced Review

The original Scout was one of the most highly regarded gaming cases when it was first released. Now, Cooler Master has introduced the Scout 2 which is available in standard and a so-called “Advanced” configurations, both of which aim to improve upon the original in nearly every way possible.


March 24th, 2013

Fractal Design Define R4 Review

Fractal’s Define R4 may not be the newest case on the market but it is one of the most popular currently available.  The $110 R4 follows closely in the footsteps of its Define series predecessors while improving in several key areas.


March 4th, 2013

NZXT Phantom 630 Review

NZXT’s Phantom series is both popular and polarizing but there’s no denying these cases are also well designed.  The latest iteration, the Phantom 630, incorporates the DNA of past designs but does so at a lower price point, making it infinitely more accessible for budget minded gamers.


February 25th, 2013

Fractal Design Define XL R2 Review

Many cases claim to offer a combination of style, substance, size and price but Fractal Design’s new Define XL R2 is one of the few to actually deliver on its promises.  It uses a full tower form factor that offers plenty of interior space and advanced features wrapped into a neutral but striking exterior design.


February 6th, 2013

Fractal Design Arc Mini Review

Fractal Design’s lineup of cases runs the gamut from the large to miniscule and their Arc Mini strides within the space between these two extremes. Retailing for just $105, this enclosure combines a compact stature with high quality construction and an attention to detail that puts other manufacturers to shame.


January 22nd, 2013

Antec One Case Review

Antec’s One may only cost $60 but it boasts a great feature set, plenty of fan options and the exterior design isn’t particularly offensive like some competing cases.  However, with Corsair’s 200R and several other cases breathing down their necks, Antec has a lot to prove with this one.


January 15th, 2013

Lian Li PC-A76 Full Tower Case Review

One of the latest entries into the Lian Li lineup is the massive two foot high PC-A76; a full tower case that boasts subtle good looks and includes plenty of interior space.  At $220, it may be expensive but the quality of construction is second to none and there are plenty of modification options.


December 12th, 2012

Corsair Carbide 200R Case Review

From the Carbide to Obsidian series, Corsair has a wide variety of cases in their stable, but one option was conspicuous by its absence: a truly budget-friendly solution for entry level gamers.  At a mere $60, the new Carbide 200R fits this bill perfectly while still offering quality and a wide ranging feature set.


November 28th, 2012

Silverstone Sugo SG09 SFF Case Review

It may be considered a small form factor chassis but Silverstone’s SG09 is absolutely packed with features and has a surprising amount of interior space.  While there isn’t any available space for water cooling, the SG09′s sub-12″ height still allows for mico ATX motherboad  compatibility and even dual graphics card configurations.


November 19th, 2012

Cooler Master Storm Stryker Review

What do you get when crossing the popular Cooler Master Storm Trooper with some extra plastic bits and a white paint job?  The new Storm Stryker, a mid tower case which follows closely in its sibling’s successful footsteps but offers a more refined design and only costs a few bucks more.