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Casings and Coolers Articles
Lian Li's new mini tower, the all-aluminum PC-V354 comes in three colors and is equipped with a pair of dazzling LED-lit fans. It also has too many screws for its own good. Read on to find out why we think you'll need an electric screwdriver for this chassis.
We check out the Cooler Master Storm Enforcer, a mid-tower refresh that packs new features such as USB 3.0 compatibility and special 2.5-inch drive bays for today's gamers.
The Cubitek Mini-Tank is a casing designed specially for Mini-ITX boards and gamers. We check out the diminutive casing to see if it lives up to its bold claims.
The giant Cooler Master Storm USB 3.0 notebook cooler packs two large, 140mm fans, can accommodate up to 19-inch notebooks, and also has an integrated USB 3.0 hub. Check out this giant among coolers.
If you are looking for a no-frills notebook cooler large enough to support your 17-inch monster, Thermaltake just might have the answer.
The latest member of Cooler Master's Elite series is an all-black mid-tower casing that promises to fit even the largest of graphics cards. Can the Elite 430 Black live up to its claims?
The Aerocool Qx-2000 mATX casing was designed specifically for gamers who want a powerful system in the smallest form factor possible.
Thermaltake's latest CPU cooler is named after a Chinese character for 'silence'. Find out if this dual-fan multi-socket cooler lives up to its name.
The Aerocool Cyborg X is positioned as an affordable gaming casing for enthusiasts and gamers. We check it out to see if a cut-price casing also means mediocre features and reduced functionality.
BitFenix's debut product, a giant full tower casing dubbed the Colossus has landed in our labs and we find out if the newcomer has what it takes to compete against the big boys.