Today we are looking at the CS-Monolize case from Tagan. Everyone may know Tagan for their power supplies, now they expanding to the realm of enthusiast cases, and they went big. The Tagan Monolize features a pair of huge 250mm side blue LED Fan with control on the side door for some serious airflow!
The Thermaltake Armor+ MX we will be looking at today is different from the Armor cases of the past as it is not a full or super tower case, but a mid tower. THe Thermaltake Armor+ MX VH8000BWS Mid Tower Case was designed to accommodate the Thermaltake Big Water line of water cooling kits, which makes it nice for those building a DIY gaming system. Read on as we take a closer look at the Thermaltake Armor+ MX and install a water cooler in it.
Today, we take a quick look at Booq’s newest briefcase-style case for laptops, the Boa Case. We have seen evidence of Booq’s high quality and functionality when we reviewed their Python XL Backpack case. Unlike the Booq backpack, the $215 Boa Laptop case is much more conservative case looking more like a traditional laptop carrier. For this price, the Boa has to be special. Read on to see what this case is all about!
The NZXT Tempest features breakthrough features in every category satisfying the high performance demands of PC Enthusiasts and Gamers worldwide. Tempest stakes its claim as Airflow King with 6 fans including dual intake(120mm), dual exhaust(140mm) with additional side and rear fans(120mm) all of which are included.LR takes a look at the Tempest to see what the ‘king of cooling’ is all about. Retailing for under $99 this might be one of the most popular gaming cases for 2008.
In Win has been developing some pretty interesting cases lately and the B2 Stealth Bomber is the latest ATX tower from the Xtreme Series. With an auto-sensing front door and a touch sensitive mechanism to activate the front cover this case is far from what one would expect in a computer case. Join us as we see if this tool-free case can be as stealthy as the plane its named after!
The Rosewill R6XR8-BK ATX mid tower computer case is one of the latest cases from Rosewell and features a screw-less design with dual 120mm fans for good airflow. Legit Reviews takes a look at this black case to see if the beauty is only skin deep. Read on as we crack this case open to see if no tools are really required and to see what we think about the case after we install a system into it.
Ever since we received our Apple iPhone for Christmas, we have been looking have been looking for the perfect case accessory to protect our new mobile baby. With the large screen and thin design of the iPhone, you don’t want to just put it in your pocket or throw it in your backpack. In 2008, we have seen a slew of new products for Apple’s market-leading mobile device. Today, we take a quick look at the Vaja i-Volution SP, a high-end, $80 luxury case for the Apple iPhone.
Bigger and better than the rest, the P190 has room to handle even the biggest hardware: Extended ATX, multiple graphics cards, quad-core processors, and liquid cooling are all no problem for the P190. Powering all your hardware in this case is the unique 1200W Neo-Link dual power supply system. Read on to see if this new offering from Antec’s performance series is what you need for your next system. With Intel SkullTrail platforms coming out soon this case might be perfect for it!
The Ultra m998 is an all aluminum midtower with a classic styling on the outside, but is packed with new technology on the inside. The Ultra m998 offers 11 drive bays, along with front eSATA, Firewire, and USB audio ports all in a 1.5mm thick aluminum case. Is the m998 as tough as the military truck its named for? Read on to find out how the Ultra m998 does in our testing.
The AeroCool AeroEngine Plus is an attractive mid-tower computer case with a massive 140mm blue LED front intake fan and an even larger 180mm side fan; and lets not forget the 120mm rear exhaust fan. There aren’t many cases out there that can boast this kind of air flow right out of the box. Read on as we take one of these cases for a test drive and find out how it does in the real world with a system installed in it!
If you were to ask just about PC enthusiast “What thermal paste should I use” you would always get one answer. Today we looking at a new thermal paste from AI Technology that is looking to dethrone that one answer, read on to find out if it can. We try it out on a couple different heat sinks to see how it performs on of our test systems.
Are you looking for a new case with a great looking paint job that looks custom but is actually off the shelf? Then the new Ferrari inspired F430 from In Win Development Inc. may be for you. The In Win F430 is accented with silver mesh and streamlined ventilation on side panel that has brilliant, mirror-like sheen to it thanks to automotive paint. Read on to see what LR thinks of the In Win F430 as we use one to build a system in.
The In-Win Mt Jade/BK623 Tiny tower case is a mATX slim form factor chassis that is just half the size of many desktop mATX PCs. This case is designed to work with micro ATX-sized motherboard and full height audio and video cards. The chassis uses Partition Plate cooling technology, which separates the CPU fan from the heatsink to reduce back draft. With this design no case fan is needed which means better acoustic performance. Read on to see if this case is what you need!
The Sunbeam UFO Acrylic Cube Case is a translucent gaming case. Featuring a top mounted, desktop style motherboard layout with space conservative placement of the power supply and input drives, the UFO is a strange marvel. Read on to see how the Sunbeam UFO Acrylic Cube Case does as we install it and use it with our quad-core gaming system.