All Product Articles tagged ‘mid-tower casing’
The CM Force 500 is the first of a new mid-tower CM Force casing series from Cooler Master. At first glance, it sports a dark, classy look with muted facade. With cooling options on both side panels, it supports up to a total of six cooling fans. Read on as we uncover more details of this all-black casing.
The Cooler Master CM Scout 2 is an updated version of the original CM Scout. Currently available in two colors, black and gun metal, this new mid-tower casing bears some semblance to its predecessor. We check out if the CM Scout 2 plays out like a worthy sequel.
The Enermax Ostrog mid-tower chassis series seems to be a promising lot. With multiple cooling options and sporting a clean facade, we take a close look at an offering from this series, the Enermax Ostrog ECA3253 to see what is really behind its exotic-sounding lineage.
Cooler Master is breathing new life into their entry-level mid-tower line-up with the new Elite 431 Plus. We take a look to see if Cooler Master delivered on their promise of bringing premium features to entry-level casings.
BitFenix challenges the commonly held notion that entry-level means barebones. Their new Outlaw mid-tower casing boasts a few unusual features including an inverted motherboard design and SofTouch surface treatment so read on to see if this is something for your next rig.
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?
Successor to the top-selling Cooler Master CM 690 casing, the CM 690 II Plus boasts more fans, new features and additions. We check out if it's a better casing.