Antec has been teasing their bold new Signature Series casing for sometime now, but it's finally out of the bag at Computex! We take a closer look at this stylish, easy maintenance S10 Signature casing.
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 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.
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.
Corsair has just launched the new Obsidian Series 750D, a full-tower casing that comes with all the features than an enthusiast-grade casing should have. We check it out to see how it fares.
The SilverStone Sugo SG09 casing is designed to break the mold of a conventional small form factor casing. This has resulted in a case with room to fit high-end components, and cools them well. Find out if the designers' efforts are worth their while!
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 Thermaltake Level 10 GT Battle Edition is a variant of the Level 10 GT chassis. It sports a cool military green and black color scheme, with the same over-the-top design features as the Level 10 GT. We check out the casing in great detail if its worth the premium.
The BitFenix Prodigy is a mini-ITX casing that will appeal to PC builders looking for a compact housing solution. With its simple, strong aesthetics coupled with an internal design geared for housing performance PC components in its compact package, does it really deliver? We find out for you.
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.