ECS showcases the LIVA, their full-featured sub-$200 Bay Trail mini PC at Computex 2014 and brings out the lighter side of casemodding.
The ASUS ROG Front Base is a control panel that fits into your PC chassis' 5.25-inch drive bays. Working exclusively with specific high-end ASUS motherboards, the panel allows one to control fan speeds within the case, select audo EQ modes, and even overclock the system!
The Cooler Master HAF Stacker 935 has revived the defunct Stacker series and breathed new life by transforming it into a modular PC chassis system. With the incorporation of the High Air Flow (HAF) design principles into the revived series, we find out if it can bring a breath of fresh air.
First seen at CES 2014, the Corsair Obsidian Series 250D is positioned as a no compromise Mini-ITX casing for enthusiasts and gamers. We try it out for ourselves to see if you can build a serious gaming rig with it.
The Cooler Master N600 (KWN1) mid-tower chassis boasts of excellent ventilation options with support for large radiators of liquid cooling kits too. We take a quick look to see how easy it is to setup.
The Aerocool Strike-X Air is hands down one of the most unique and visually exciting casings we have seen in a long time. But does it sacrifice looks for functionality? We find out.
The Aerocool Touch-2100 is funky-looking touch-enabled panel that you can install in your optical drive bays to control fan speeds and monitor your system's temperature. We find out if it is really as useful as it looks.
The Corsair Carbide Series Air 540 Cube is a unique casing that consists of two specially designed chambers to provide better cooling and cable management. We check it out to see if such a concept works.
MSI's yearly Master Overclocking Arena is back! Team HardwareZone was present in Taipei, Taiwan to witness the action over two days of "classic" and "freestyle" battles that determined the winners of the 2013 competition. Read on to find out what took place!
The Cooler Master CM 690 III promises to be a worthy update to the popular CM 690 series. It is positioned as the direct successor of mid-tower casings from the CM 690 II series. Bearing a strong resemblance to the older series, join us as we delve deeper to find out if its differences are truly skin deep.