Cases

fractal-design-focus-g-caseBy Hilbert Hagedoorn @ Guru3D

Fractal Design released the Focus G series chassis. Armed with a budget price this is a silent, decent looking and compact PC chassis series. The predominantly black and chassis (optional colors) comes with enough cooling options, your average FD design and it will house up-to ATX motherboards. It has an plexi glass side panel and two LED lit fans at the front.

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cooler-master-cosmos-ii-25th-anniversary-editionBy Hilbert Hagedoorn @ Guru3D

Cooler Master has something to celebrate and as such released the Cosmos II 25th Anniversary Edition. The chassis with its familiar looks is an Ultra tower, yep 70 cm / 28″ in height. It looks, feels and breathes the same stuff same as the 2012 model but now comes with a long requested feature as it is a tempered glass side panel version. This unit houses the biggest big XL-ATX motherboards and comes with brushed aluminum side panels; unlock and swing them open like doors instead of panels. Yeah, the 25th Anniversary feel is already kicking in, isn’t it?

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cougar-panzer-maxBy Darksaber @ TechPowerUp!

The Cougar Panzer Max is a full-tower representation of the Panzer chassis. It is larger, bulkier, has more space, and looks a lot more menacing to boot. It really does look like a tank, which is what “Panzer” means in German. So, in this review, we take the Panzer Max for a joy ride, fill it with some ammunition, and see if it is a straight shooter.

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bitfenix-shogun-midtowerBy Hilbert Hagedoorn @ Guru3D

We review the new Shogun Midi-Tower PC Chassis from BitFenix today, a product series that is designed with style and features in mind. Next to that it also harbors some of the more innovative features that I have seen in a while. For example this chassis is AURA Sync compatible (ASUS), but also works fine without it of course. Next to that there is a lot customizable in the chassis, things you can move around and swap out. Also really funky to see are graphics card rests. You know how heavy graphics cards can be these days? Well, they tend to bend through a bit, and BitFenix came up with a simple and clever solution to tackle that issue. Next to that the chassis offers a fairly tool free installation, offers much space, loads of room for cable-routing and yeah, it does look cool, VERY cool if I may say so.

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be-quiet-pure-base-600By Parm Mann @ Hexus

Chassis manufacturers are eager to add tempered glass and RGB lighting to their latest performance enclosures, but there’s a lot to be said for keeping things simple. If bright lights and showy exteriors just aren’t your cup of tea, there’s a good chance you’ll appreciate the design and inner workings of be quiet!‘s latest mid-tower solution, the Pure Base 600.

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cooler-master-mastercase-maker-5tBy bgiacoletti @ Legit Reviews

Cooler Master is a world leader in PC cases and gaming peripherals. If you are a PC enthusiast then you know their name quite well. Whether it be cases, gaming headsets, case fans, or other accessories Cooler Master is at the pinnacle of design and innovation. They have some of the most unique and cutting edge case designs in all of the enthusiast world. With cases ranging from your plain Jane type case all the way to way out designs that blow the mind. So with that said, today we are going to take a look at the Cooler Master MasterCase Maker 5t. This is a case that incorporates style, modular design, as well as ease of use. Once the Cooler Master MasterCase Maker 5t is available for retail purchase around December 22nd it will carry an MSRP of $249.99 as well as a 2 year limited warranty. But enough about all of that, lets dig into this case and see what it has to offer.

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corsair-crystal-series-460x-rgbBy davido_labido @ TechPowerUp!

After the huge success of their other cases, Corsair has now released the Crystal series concentrating on a clean, modern design while still being functional to both air- and liquid-cooling enthusiasts.The first of the Crystal Series is the 460X which comes with RGB fans and tempered glass.

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in-win-303-pc-chassisBy Hilbert Hagedoorn @ GURU3D

We review the new In-Win 303 PC Chassis, a product series that is designed with that more compact form factor in mind, yet with nice aesthetics and yes, it has been fitted with tempered glass. And that does make this chassis look very special. Wanna have a peek? As you are going to notice, this chassis is compact in size, light-weight yet intriguing in its looks thanks to the aforementioned tempered glass, really that glass is 90% of the DNA that circulated through In Win designs as of the past year or so.

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corsair-carbide-air-740-caseBy Steven Kean @ Legit Reviews

Corsair has a long history of making some of the highest quality computer components available. They are constantly watching the market and developing new products to meet new demands. Since CES 2016, their computer case division has been silently working on some new designs. Today, we are looking at one of these new designs, in the Carbide Air 740, the follow-up to one of their most popular cases, the Air 540, which we took a look at back in 2013! Available in September 2016, the Air 740 has a suggested retail price of $149 and comes with Corsairs 2 year warranty.

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bitfenix-pandora-atxBy E. Fylladitakis @ AnandTech

BitFenix owes a lot of their recent success as a company to the Pandora. It is a case that was loved for its design and price to performance ratio. However, the Pandora was compact and could only take up to Micro ATX motherboards, with limited expandability and cooling options. In this review we are having a look at a newer version of the Pandora, the Pandora ATX, which shares the aesthetic design of the original Pandora but is both much larger and comes with extensive support for liquid cooling systems.

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