Bitfenix has announced the Shogun, a dual-tempered glass panel case that is the spiritual successor to its Shinobi line of cases.
Thermaltake has announced The Tower 900 and 900 Snow Edition E-ATX Vertical Super Tower Chassis. Both are intended to deliver top-notch craftsmanship with plenty of room for massive custom liquid cooling loops and high-end hardware.
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Corsair has announced two new cases ahead of the holiday shopping season – the Crystal Series 570X RGB and the Carbide 270R. The 570X RGB is without doubt the more interesting of the two, featuring tempered glass panels on four sides, the better to show off your hardware.
The Cooler Master MasterCase Maker 5 is the latest addition to the MasterCase series of mid-tower offerings. It builds on the company's winning design concept, the FreeForm modularity system that offers flexible upgrade options. Dive in to see what makes the latest MasterCase chassis stand out!
Cooler Master has announced the local availability of its Seidon 240P and 120V V3 Plus AIO CPU liquid coolers. The two are the newest additions to Cooler Master’s Seidon line of coolers, and taken together, they make AIO liquid cooling even more accessible to system builders on a budget.
Cooler Master has announced the MasterBox Lite 3, a new micro-ATX case that offers a no-nonsense approach to system building. That said, it still supports full-sized graphics cards, a liquid cooling radiator, and up to four SSDs.
Cooler Master has announced the local availability of the MasterCase Pro 3, the newest addition to its MasterCase series of modular cases. The Pro 3 is actually a smaller version of the MasterCase 5, and Cooler Master wanted to offer the same degree of customization but in a micro-ATX build instead.
The Thermaltake Engine 27 1U is a low-profile CPU cooler with a 60mm aluminum alloy PWM fan. It aims to offer a balanced mix of cooling performance and low noise levels, all in a profile that is no more than 27mm tall.
You pay a pretty penny to look good, and the NZXT Aer RGB fans fulfill that with highly customizable lighting.