- News tagged "casing"
Wednesday, 11 Jan 2017
Cooler Master has announced two new mid-tower chassis that are designed for gamers in mind. Jump in to find out their exciting features and local pricing details!
Tuesday, 19 Jan 2016
The Fractal Design Define S Nano is a compact mini-ITX case with sound-dampening foam and space for high-end hardware and water-cooling components.
Thursday, 27 Aug 2015
Razer has announced a custom-designed version of the NZXT Source 340 mid-tower PC case. The new chassis is launched under the "Designed by Razer" program and will feature stylized tweaks like a bright green Razer insignia on the front, green USB 3.0 ports, and green underglow LEDs at the bottom.
Friday, 7 Nov 2014
NZXT has announced the availability of the H440 Designed by Razer chassis. This new addition refreshes the current mid-tower H440 series that was launched early this year. Read on to uncover its details!
Thursday, 31 Jul 2014
Thermaltake has unveiled the Cube V1 mini-ITX chassis. Though small in stature, the casing is designed to fit regular-sized components, with excellent cooling options to boot. Read on to discover more exciting features of this compact chassis.
Friday, 6 Jun 2014
Antec is presenting some of its new updates at the Computex 2014, including Performance One and ISK series of enclosures, and their refreshed in-house designed Kühler H2O liquid CPU coolers.
Thursday, 15 May 2014
BitFenix announces its new mid-tower Neos chassis series that comes in a riot of colors. It appears the company’s designers have been fiddling with the Pantone color wheel when finalizing the color properties of the Neos chassis.
Thermaltake has announced its Level 10 Gaming Station Titanium chassis that has a limited production run of 500 pieces worldwide. Besides its unique construct, the chassis boasts of a titanium coating that not only gives it an exquisite look, but also prevents corrosion.
Friday, 7 Feb 2014
Thermaltake has introduced two micro PC casings, the Urban S1 and Urban SD1, to accommodate mATX (Micro-ATX) and Mini-ITX motherboards.
Friday, 17 Jan 2014
Built with subtle curves, bold textures, and clean lines, the new E-ATX casing is the first in the market to house 4 x 200mm fans together with three more 120mm fans.