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.
Legit Reviews brings you a look at the Aerocool Zero Degree, which is one of the more recent computer cases from Aerocool. This case is aimed at gamers and enthusiasts that are looking for great cooling. The Aerocool Zero Degree is different from most standard ATX computer cases as the motherboard actually mounts upside down. Read on to see if this case is right for you!
The Antec Nine Hundred is one very hardcore black gaming case that is well worth the look. This case is designed to be used with high end gaming hardware that produces a lot of heat, as the case has been built for maximum cooling. With a perforated front bezel, three 120mm fans and a top-mounted 200mm fan this case is unlike anything that has been available on the market in recent years. If you are trying to find a case with good airflow and cooling read on!
The next must-have computer accessory is here. The CoolIT USB Beverage Chiller is said to keep your beverage chilled thanks to a TEC cooler that is built inside. Just seconds after plugging the chiller into your computer’s USB port, the coldplate chills to 45 degrees Fahrenheit, the perfect temperature for keeping your beverage chilled. Legit Reviews puts the CoolIT USB Beverage Chiller to the test and makes sure it works.
The Antec P150 Quiet PC Case is one of the latest cases in Antec’s Performance 1 series and packs a mean punch for under $115. With a modular 430-Watt Neo HE power supply, sound-deadening panels, a selectable 3-speed 120mm case fan and good looks the P150 might be what you are searching for.
The Termaltake Matrix VX is rumored to be Light as a feather, but solid as a rock. Today we take a look at Thermaltake’s new all-aluminum Matrix VX VD3000SWA computer case. The stylish mesh front panel provides maximum ventilation for the packed room at your local LAN party. Read on to see if the Matrix VX is worth your money.
The Xion II case is a steel mid tower case that comes with everything you need in a case. This includes a 450W power supply, front and rear 120mm ball-bearing fans, and another 80mm ball-bearing fan in case window, all this at a price under $50.00. Read on as we assemble a system in the case and see what it can do.
The AOpen Nouveau case is an aluminum ATX Mid-Tower that screams infidelities. With a 350W proprietary Slientek power supply, a clear coated paint job, and speed controlled blue LED ball-bearing fans this is clearly a top of the line case. Read on as we assemble a system in one and give our thoughts.
Today we look at the Aerocool Masstige, which is a mid tower case that comes in silver in black. The name according to the Aerocool box comes from ?Massive Capacity, and Prestige Design.? Take a look and find out if this storage beast has what it takes.
Today Legit Reviews brings you the final installment in our series on Antec’s 2005 product line with a look at the P180 Advanced Super Mid-Tower. With a name like that, you have to expect something pretty special! Read on to find out what LR thinks of the P180 and see if it deserves to be used on your system.
Can Antec take one of their most popular cases and make it better? We take a look and the new Sonata II from Antec and try to figure out if they made it better or worse. With a 450W power supply and improved cooling methods you may be pleasantly surprised to see that Antec did with the original design!
Over the past month we have looked at some pretty fine cases from Antec, today we look at the next case in the TX Performance series, the TX640B. This is a mini tower case thats looks stout like its bigger brother the TX1050B. Take a look and see if the TX640B is a case that you need for your next build.
Today we continue our look at Antec’s 2005 line of enclosures with an in depth look at their Performance TX1050B Server Case. The Performance TX happens to be Antec’s third generation of cases and has been updated to include the latest technologies. All models are designed to meet Intel’s Thermally Advanced Chassis (TAC) design guide and come with ATX12V v2.0 power supplies.