COMPUTER CASES

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.


November 12th, 2012

Cooler Master HAF XB Review

It may be dubbed a LAN Box but Cooler Master’s new HAF XB can still be considered a fully functioning ATX sized enclosure.  It uses a number of innovative design features in order to cram an impressive amount of hardware into a constrained space while still having room for water cooling options.


November 7th, 2012

BitFenix Prodigy Mini ITX Case Review

BitFenix’s Prodigy may only be large enough to fit an ITX motherboard but it targets the enthusiast community by offering enough internal space for multiple water cooling radiators and high end graphics cards.   This is a unique case but is there enough to make it appealing for gamers and overclockers alike?


October 14th, 2012

NZXT Phantom 820 Review

When it comes to designing new products, NZXT doesn’t take half measures and there’s no better example than the new Phantom 820. After undergoing top secret development for the better part of two years this full tower case is supposed to be perfectly suited for enthusiast customers.


August 19th, 2012

BitFenix Shinobi XL Full Tower Case Review

BitFenix’s new Shinobi XL takes the design of the original, highly acclaimed Shinobi case and supersizes it.  The result is a full tower case that incorporates plenty of cooling options, a soft-touch rubberized exterior, ton of interior space  and many other features for gamers and enthusiasts alike.


July 31st, 2012

Corsair Obsidian 550D Case Review

With excellent build quality, enthusiast-focused features and plenty of expansion options, Corsair’s new 550D chassis personifies everything the Obsidian series is known for.  But beneath its plain exterior lies one major departure from other products in the Obsidian lineup:  this case is designed to provide the quietest possible computing experience.