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.
The Corsair special edition white version of the 600T mid-tower is an updated version of the original gun-metal gray Corsair 600T that was launched back in September 2010. The special edition is identical to the original 600T except that it features a beautiful white exterior, with both glossy and satin black accents, as well as an all-black interior and windowed side panel.
The BUC from In-Win is a great little PC case with simple styling and features that make installation nearly effortless. Carrying a price tag under $100 we found that features like hot-swap drive bays an SuperSpeed USB 3.0 make this case one that is hard to ignore when shopping for budget gaming cases. Other features make the BUC a joy to use, so read on to see what the In Win BUC is all about!
Today we are looking at the newest addition to Thermaltake’s case line up, the Galaxy Episode Chaser MK-1. The Chaser MK-1 is what Thermaltake is calling an “extra big” ATX tower. The Chaser MK-1 has many features like an external drive dock, fan controller, internal USB3, and it supports water cooling. So join us as we see just how big “extra big” is.
Corsair has been a new player to the computer case market, and has been taking it by storm with their Obsidian Series of cases. With the 700D and 800D featuring full windows, brushed aluminum front panels, all black cables & interior with plenty of cable holes, most folks could not find a thing they wanted to change about these cases. Today we get to look at the new member of the Obsidian family, the Corsair 650D Mid-Tower; read on to see this case at work.
Last march we looked at the single most expensive case we had ever seen at Legit Reviews, the $699 Thermaltake Level 10. This year we get a look at the more affordable rethink of the Level 10, the new Level 10 GT that costs just $269. Join us as we look at the new Level 10 GT as we want to see what Thermaltake and the BMW Group DesignworksUSA has been up to!
Today we are looking at the newest ‘Classic Series’ midtower offering form NZXT, the H2 Silent case. The H2 has a lot of features like sound dampening material, external hot swap bay, whole case fan control, and a few other features. Join us as we look over what this new sub $100 offering from NZXT has to offer and you might just be surprised!
In the PC building community we’re all enthusiasts, and no matter how much time you spend building, you always end up needing more space to build in. Rosewill is a company here to answer that need you have. Their recently released Thor case is an XL-ATX tower able to support the extra large motherboards like the EVGA X58 Classified 4-way SLI, Gigabyte 890FXA-UD7 and others. This XL-ATX case enters a rank in terms of size that few other cases venture to, so let’s see if it can hold up to the competition and rise above the rest.
Today we are looking at the newest mid-tower case offering from Enermax called Hoplite. On paper the Hoplite has loads of features like hot swap bays, hard drive dock, and even ability to have a 2×120 radiator installed internally. So join us as we give the Hoplite a good looking over and see just what it does have to offer.
Antec is a company most enthusiasts are well familiar with; they have been around since 1986 with their main focus being cases and power supplies. They launched their “Gamer Series” of cases back in early 2007 with their “Antec 900 Ultimate Gaming Case.” A flood of fans for this line and design of cases from Antec soon followed for their high airflow design and use of large fans. That wave continued when they released the Antec 300 case and then the 1200. Today we have the second version of the Antec 600 case and we’re here to see if Antec can top their previous success with the Antec 600 v2.
Today Legit Reviews takes a look at the latest addition to the Destiny Extreme Series line from In Win, the Dragon Rider. Sporting a medieval theme, the Dragon Rider was designed to protect and cool even the most demanding hardware. This case is priced under $160 and has the ability to fit massive E-ATX motherboards. Read on to see if the Dragon Rider deserves a spot on your desk!
Today we are looking at the second case offering form the BitFenix. This newest case is a midtower aimed at the mainstream market and at gamers who move their system around to LAN parties. BitFenix has named the this new case, Survivor. Join us as we look over the Survivor and see what it has to offer as we show you the case fresh out of the box to being fully built up with a system inside!
SilverStone has crafted a Mini-ITX, small form factor chassis that will fit the largest video cards available while offering a hefty power-supply to support just about anything you can fit inside. Have a look at our review on the SilverStone Sugo SG07 PC case to see if it passed the scrutiny of our critical eyes!
Do you want your next computer to stand out from the crowd? The ARMOR ATX Mid Tower case from Rosewill could do the trick. Sporting an all black color scheme inside and out, a total of six fans and literally a surface that is 80% mesh, The Rosewill Armor was built with cooling in mind. Read on to see if this could be the case for you.