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Casings and Coolers Articles
Bluegears introduces their b-Cool and b-Ice series of fans. Both are equipped with stunning LEDs and ingenious engineering and we think they have just opened a new frontier in the art of modding.
The first in Cooler Master's new series of chassis, the Mystique 631 may look a trifle familiar to those who have shopped for a Cooler Master casing in the past. All the usual tool-free features are there, along with some extras aimed at the enthusiast. Here's what we felt about this latest addition.
AOpen has a new SFF casing that looks more like a souped up racing car than a mundane casing. Aimed at gamers who need a portable system to carry to LAN parties, the G325 screams extrovert loudly. So is this the casing for your gaming alter-ego? Read on to find out.
Need to replace your motherboard's default cooler? With a copper heatsink and silent blue LED fan, Cooler Master's Blue Ice Pro will keep your chipset healthy and add some style to your rig.
When was the last time you saw a water-cooled casing in your neighborhood? Besides those DIY ones from your geek friends that is. Titan plans to change this perception with its own, completely integrated water-cooling case. We put its user-friendly claims to the test in this review.
Following its successful entry into the competitive casing arena, Gigabyte hopes to sustain the momentum with two new series launched simultaneously early this month. We managed to get our hands on the higher end series, the Poseidon and here's what we felt.
On the look for a basic casing that can deliver build quality, features, decent design and a great value? Then look no further as Cooler Master's latest entrant in the Centurion range of casings is bound to fulfill your needs. We have it all covered, so read all about it and keep a lookout for it in retail.