Cases

Corsair Carbide SPEC-04 Mid-Tower Case Review

Last week, Corsair released the Carbide SPEC-04 mid-tower gaming case, as part of their Carbide series chassis; featuring bold, angular and hard-edged exterior. The SPEC-04 comes in three different color schemes: Black/Grey, Black/Red and Black/Yellow. We have here the Black/Yellow version and today we are going to review this...

In Win GRone Full Tower Case Review – Huge and Plenty of Room!

Another chassis arrived in my lab and today we are going to take a look at and review one of In Win's full tower chassis - the In Win GRone or GR One. First of all I would like to thank In Win for supplying the review sample. In...

NZXT S340 Case Review – A Compact Mid Tower Chassis

A few months ago, NZXT introduced a new case for their Source series. The Source series is primarily geared toward budget conscious builders. It doesn't have the bells and whistles that their H series and Phantom series have. But it has the key features and the essential elements to...

Xigmatek Spirit M Review – A Compact Mini Tower PC Case

Today we are going to take a look at one of Xigmatek's latest PC case, the Xigmatek Spirit M, designed for users who want something small and compact, and at the same time budget friendly. The Spirit M is a mini tower PC case and the smaller brother of...

BitFenix Phenom Mini-ITX Case Review – A Minimalistic Cube Type PC Case

The BitFenix Phenom Mini ITX case is another small form factor PC case from BitFenix, and today we are going to take a closer look at it and review the case. The Phenom series is actually quite similar with the Prodigy series. The Phenom has a mini ITX and...

BitFenix Prodigy M Review – A Compact Micro ATX PC Case

Micro ATX is a popular form factor and today let's take a look and review one of BitFenix's popular cases - the BitFenix Prodigy M. The Prodigy M is the successor of also the popular BitFenix Prodigy. The original Prodigy, despite having an attractive design, can only accommodate mini-ITX...

Fractal Design Node 804 Review – A Cube Type Micro ATX Case

It's been a while since I last saw a cube type micro ATX case. Today we are going to look at a newly released micro ATX case that comes with a touch of Scandinavian design - the Fractal Design Node 804. Fractal Design is known for their minimalistic or...

NZXT Source 530 Case Review – An Inexpensive Feature Rich Chassis

The NZXT Source 530 is the latest addition to the Source series mid tower cases. It’s the successor of the Source 210 and 220 compact cases. According to NZXT, the Source 530 is a full tower case, but I’ve seen the size of a full tower case and compared...

Cooler Master HAF XM Review – Kick-ass Mid Tower Case With Full Tower Features

The Cooler Master HAF XM is the latest generation of mid tower from the HAF series. Oh actually it’s the HAF 935 a.k.a CM HAF Stacker which is the latest. The HAF XM has been on the market for quite a few months now, so it’s not really new....

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