Cases

lian-li-pc-o11-dynamicBy Darksaber @ TechPowerUp!

The Lian Li PC-O11 Dynamic is not simply an updated version of the existing PC-O11. It is a unique beast of its own that essentially only shares its timeless looks with the current variants. Thanks to the input of German pro-overclocker der8auer the PC-O11 Dynamic aims to offer loads of radiator support, while allowing for an uncompromising choice of high-end hardware.

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deepcool-quadstellar-chassisBy Hilbert Hagedoorn @ Guru3D

We review one of the most fascinating chassis of the year 2018, yes DeepCool send us their all new QuadStellar. A chassis that will follow up the TriStellar, this round with four compartments and a WIFI controllable FAN/RGB LED system. When you unpack this puppy, it almost feels like you have something alien in your house.

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corsair-carbide-275rBy Parm Mann @ Hexus

High-end PC chassis are all well and good, but manufacturers understand that sub-£100 models are essential if you plan to ship boxes in meaningful quantity. Corsair has played on that fact with an entire line of affordable Carbide Series enclosures promising “high-end features you need, and nothing you don’t.”

The latest entrant to the range, and successor to the 2016 270R, is the Carbide Series 275R, starting at £65. We have the tempered glass version, costing £75 ($79.99 USD), in for review today.

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corsair-obsidian-500d-mid-tower-caseBy Steven Lynch @ Tom’s Hardware

Corsair hardly needs an introduction here: The company is a key provider of enthusiast-grade components over the past two decades, with a major following among the PC performance community. Today, the company is rolling out the latest addition to its Obsidian line of premium computer chassis.

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deepcool-gamer-storm-baronkase-liquid-caseBy Parm Mann @ Hexus

Wherever you look, it seems the cost of today’s PC components are increasing at a steady rate. You could call it the Brexit effect, or consumerism gone wrong, but the point is, you can spend well over a thousand pounds on a new PC and still end up with modest, entry-level components.

But are there still bargains to be had from lesser-known brands? Chinese manufacturer Deepcool has been championing budget parts for a number of years, and is now attempting to tackle three modern trends – tempered glass, liquid cooling and RGB lighting – in a single package priced from £120. Enter the Gamer Storm Baronkase Liquid chassis.

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fractal-design-define-r6-tempered-glass-caseBy Ryan Kerschner @ ThinkComputers

Fractal Design’s Refine series focuses on providing a sleek and silent case that doesn’t cut corners with regards to quality and design. Previous releases like the Define R5 have been very popular with users wanting a high-end feature set that is paired up with near-silent operation. Today we are taking a look at Fractal Design’s latest case in the Define series, the R6. The Define R6 has been designed from the ground up and incorporates many of the features that the Define series is known for, like sound-dampened side panels, tons of fan filtering, and ModuVent technology, and adds popular new features like seamless tempered glass, and a built-in fan hub. Can the R6 continue to carry the torch for Fractal Design and their Define series? Let’s find out!

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gigabyte-aorus-ac300w-atx-mid-towerBy Hilbert Hagedoorn @ Guru3D

We review the Gigabyte AC300W ATX Mid-Tower PC case. Designed with the usage of Gigabyte components in mind the chassis the case is released within the premium Aorus series of products. The casing is tagged VR ready and comes with customizable RGB Fusion functionality. We have a changing enthusiast PC landscape with features like backplate cut-outs, many water cooling options and alongside the wide RGB hype, RGB fans, strips, and controllers. The Aorus AC300W chassis comes with a front-side HDMI connector that you can lead directly towards the HDMI output at the backside of some of their graphics cards.

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bitfenix-enso-mid-tower-caseBy Steven Lynch @ Tom’s Hardware

Originally spotted at Computex 2017, this mid-tower ATX chassis sports a tempered-glass side panel, RGB lighting functionality, and a price tag that won’t break the bank. The Bitfenix Enso is constructed of steel and plastic, measures 210 x 489 x 454mm (W x H x D), and is painted in black inside and out. Tipping the scales at just 15lbs, this chassis is fairly light considering its 4mm thick glass.

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be-quiet-dark-base-700-caseBy Steven Lynch @ Tom’s Hardware

Be Quiet!, best known as the emphatic lower-case manufacturer of power supplies and low-noise PC components, has developed a strong following in the enthusiast community. Today we have the company’s latest installment in its Dark Base line of high-end chassis, the Dark Base 700.

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nzxt-h700i-mid-towerBy Hilbert Hagedoorn @ Guru3D

We review the NZXT H700i Mid Tower PC chassis. A nice design chassis with tempered glass and RGB LED lighting + CAM control unit and refined features with the ability to hide your components inside the chassis. NZXT has been around for years, building an ongoing reputation with mostly their controversial chassis designs. It all really started with the Guardian chassis years ago and have ever since put numerous chassis designs out on the market. Rising from the ashes of their crafted series is the Phantom 630 full tower chassis, absolutely impressive in many ways as the design is simply great, the features are grand and then the extras still need to kick in. What about a digital fan controller connected to a plethora of pre-equipped fans?

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