In-Win has recently announced an arrival of another full-tower chassis that comes in two different color variations, and all-White, and all-Grey. This chassis is fully capable of handling the larger E-ATX sized motherboards, or the smaller mATX motherboards. This chassis comes standard with five 140mm fans, two front USB 2.0, and USB 3.0 IO ports. Let’s go ahead turn the page and look at the GRone.
The Storm Scout 2 is a newest addition to Cooler Master’s computer mid-tower chassis line up and is available in either black and gunmetal grey. The Storm Scout 2 is an advancement of the original Scout, so you’ll gain front panel USB 3.0 connectors, a removable storage drive cage and enough room to fit an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 690 or AMD Radeon HD 7990. Read on to see if this $100 mid-tower chassis a good candidate for your PC!
The Define R4, by Fractal Design, is a modern day mid-tower chassis that comes in three color variations, Black, Titanium, White, and it just happens to be fairly large in size. Now we need to ask our selves one simple question, “Does the Define R4 chassis have what it takes to become a great chassis, or does it fall short”? So lets go ahead and step inside to see what the Black Define R4 mid-tower chassis has to offer us.
The Sentey Extreme Division GS-6050 II Halcon is a basic all black mid-tower gaming chassis that comes with six 120 mm blue LED fans for under $60 shipped. This case supports 2.5″ storage drives, has a front SuperSpeed USB 3.0 port, and is ready for external or internal water cooling solutions. Read on to see more about the Sentey GS-6050 II case and see if this budget gaming case is right for your next system!
The Storm Stryker is another addition to the Storm series of chassis by Cooler Master. Not only does this chassis come in two different color variations, an all White chassis, and an all Black chassis; this chassis comes with a lot of different options for you to customize this chassis to your specific requirements. Lets turn the page and see how the Storm Stryker compares to all of the other full tower cases.
Cooler Master recently announced the Elite 120 Advanced mini-ITX PC case and we have a full review of it for you today! The CM Elite 120 Advanced supports full sized video cards, a 5.25” optical drive, up to 5 HDDs or SSDs, SuperSpeed USB 3.0 front panel ports, and a standard sized power supply. The best part about this case is that you can buy it for under $50! If you are thinking about going small for your next build, then you need to check out the Elite 120 Advanced!
The MSI Barricade is an all black mid tower chassis that has a ton of features and costs under $60 shipped. This PC case features a side window, fan speed controls, a USB 3.0 port, a built-in SD card reader, tool-less drive bays and is setup for water cooling and large video cards. Read on to see if this case is the right one for your next build!
Earlier this year BitFenix launched the Prodigy, which is the first Mini-ITX chassis designed with enthusiasts in mind. With support for long graphics cards, tower coolers, and even watercooling radiators, Prodigy offers unparalleled flexibility in a compact Mini-ITX form factor. We put this PC case to the test when we build a water cooled Intel Z77 based system with it using the ASRock Z77E-ITX Mini-ITX motherboard.
The AZZA Genesis 9000 full tower chassis that is not your typical everyday standard chassis. The Genesis 9000 chassis gives computer users the ability of being able to use two power supplies, fit two water cooler radiators inside and much more. The AZZA Genesis 9000 is available in White or Black and costs under $170. Is this the full tower PC case that you have been waiting for?
The Rosewill R5 is a gamer inspired mid tower case that features an all black interior and exterior and is loaded with tons of features. The Rosewill R5 comes with three pre-installed 120mm fans with with room for more fans and liquid cooling solutions if you wanted to go that route. Read on to see more about the Rosewill R5 and learn how it did when we installed a system in it.
Today we take a look at the latest offering from BitFenix, the Shinobi XL. BitFenix took their proven Shinobi case and upsized it accomodate the largest of hardware today. This case supports XL-ATX motherboards, long graphics cards and up to two 360mm radiators for water cooling enthusiasts. You also have four USB 3.0 ports and the all-new BitFenix SuperCharge port keep your peripherals and mobile devices ready. Join us as we see just how much hardware the Shinobi XL can hold.
Silence, clean air, loaded with features, handles six hard drives with ease. Does this sounds like the description of the top of the line case from a boutique builder, well you would be wrong. Legit Reviews takes a look at the latest mid-tower case from Corsair, the Obsidian Series 550D. The Corsair Obsidian Series 550D was engineered for enthusiasts, but the designers didn’t forget about noise reduction and sound isolation.
Zalman has been known for combining beauty and functionality into their products and the Z11 Plus chassis that we are looking at today is no exception. The Zalman Z11 Plus Mid Tower has a meshed front panel, black interior coating and side panel window to make it look hot on the outside. On the inside three 120mm fans and two 80mm fans keep your hardware nice and cool.
The Thermaltake Overseer RX-I Full Tower chassis is designed for enthusiasts that want a large case with all the bells and whistles. The Overseer RX-I has a black exterior and interior with blue LED accents for a timeless look. Features of the case include USB 3.0 ports, tool-free hardware installation, a hard drive docking station and advanced cable management. Read on to see if this full tower case is right for you!