Today we look at the newest addition to the Cooler Master Storm Line, the Storm Trooper. The Cooler Master Storm Trooper is a full tower case that has everything that has come to be associated with the Storm line, but Cooler Master has kicked it up a notch with customizable drive cages, room for dual internal mounted radiators, and other nice features. Join us as we look over the Storm Trooper and see just what Cooler Master has been up to.
Built like a truck and can hold 10 HDD’s, Fractal Design’s latest case is trying to break new ground in both price and features for a what they are calling a “mid-tower”. Legit Reviews takes a closer look at the Define XL in Black Pearl to see how it stacks up to the rest of the cases at the super competitive ~$150 price point.
Antec announced the Eleven Hundred, the newest member of the company’s Gaming Series this morning. The Eleven Hundred has an all-new attractive design and a revamped lineup of expandability, cooling and convenience features. The new Eleven Hundred has some of the updates that the P280 received and a couple more. Join us as we give the new Antec Gaming Series Eleven Hundred Super Midtower a closer look.
Today we have Antec’s newest addition to the Performance One series, the P280. Continuing the legacy of Performance One enclosures, the P280 integrates quiet technologies such as sound-dampening steel / polycarbonate side panels, a triple-layer front door and hard drive trays with preinstalled vibration-reducing silicone grommets. Antec says that with the P280 they have fixed some things that users didn’t care for, so let’s find out if they did!
This summer BitFenix launched a mid-tower ATX enclosure called Outlaw that is aimed at PC builders on a budget. At $49, this case still manages to offer premium features, an innovative layout, and superior styling. This case has a motherboard tray that has been flipped upside down, placing the graphics card close to the top of the case. Read on to check out the BitFenix Outlaw.
When Corsair hit the market with the start of their gaming focused cases, the Obsidian 800D, it quickly won many industry awards and became the watercooler’s case de jour. Since then, Corsair has released several other cases that copied many of the best features from their flagship to hit all price points in the enthusiast market. Corsair sent us one of the latest from their Carbide series, the 500R in trendy white to allow us to see if how it stacks up against the mighty 800D and others on the market today.
Almost 2 years ago, XL-ATX set out to be the defining standard for enthusiast grade motherboards. Some early successes came about since EVGA and Gigabyte released boards using the standard, but it never became mainstream. With that said, today we get to look at another XL-ATX case design for gamers with the Rosewill Thor v2; which is an update to the original Thor that we reviewed back in March 2011.
Today we are looking at the newest case from Antec, the Solo II. The Solo II is the newest addition to the Sonata series of cases. So join us as we look over the Solo II and see what Antec has brought to the table this time. Many recent models have barely changed compared to their predecessors, so it will be interesting to see what Antec has done with the Solo II!
Corsair has recently manufactured some great top end PC cases. Now the Carbide Series will follow up in a more affordable fashion allowing more PC builders to touch upon and utilize the main functions of the Obsidian and Graphite series. Simply put, this is a case built for builders and won’t break the bank when building your new rig.
SilverStone wanted to push the thermal performance envelop of their popular Precision case series to next level, so they took their award-winning 180mm Air Penetrator fan (AP181) and put it into the PS06 tower chassis. With the AP181 and an included silent 120mm fan, the PS06 is capable of reaching the cooling levels usually reserved for chassis with twice the cost. Legit Reviews takes a closer look at this case today to see if it is worth the asking price!
The GS-6000 Optimus ATX mid tower PC case by Sentey stands out from the crowded case market by offering bold looks and a sub $50 price tag. The Sentey Optimus comes with four case fans and is aimed at gamers that are looking to build a PC on a budget. Read on to see if the Sentey Optimus is a decent inexpensive case or if they made it too cheap and is something that you should avoid.
AZZA is a relatively new player in the computer market, not being around as long as some other case giants like Thermaltake or Antec, but made big waves with their Solano 1000 and Hurricane 2000 cases in their high end selection. Today we get to look at one of the mid-range budget options from Azzatek, the Toledo 301. Coming with standard case features like black interior and bottom mounted PSU, let’s look at how well this case holds up to our testing.
Named after some of the most feared assassins of the modern age, Shinobi Window is the latest and greatest budget friendly enthusiast PC case from BitFenix. the company wanted to equip the Shinobi Window with the tools you need to get the job done without breaking the bank. Legit Reviews will put that design goal to the test today in our review of the Shinobi Window!
Today we have the spiritual successor to the Lanbox in the Thermaltake eSports Armor A30 LAN Gaming Case. The Thermaltake VM70001W2Z Armor A30 Case supports Micro-ATX and Mini-ITX motherboards as well as high-end graphic cards up to 13” in length. With two 60mm, one 90mm blue LED and one 230mm blue LED fans, the Armor A30 should also provide enough cooling despite being only 10.5-inches tall and 18-inches deep.