Cases

Xilence Interceptor Pro

Introduction Xilence is a company that focuses on high-end, silent computer components. Their product portfolio ranges from RAM and HDD-coolers up to high-end cases. You’ll be seeing a bunch of reviews on Xilence products coming your way in the coming weeks, but I thought it would be nice to start you off with a case that can hold tremendous amounts …

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Enermax Spinerex full tower

Introduction Today we’ve got a full tower chassis from Enermax called the Spinerex. They’re a fairly well respected company, so I expect great things from this case. As a full tower, I’ll be looking to ensure that it can contain a hearty helping of computing goodness, as well as the normal things like build quality, materials used and cleverness of …

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Antec SOLO II

Introduction I’ve been reviewing quite a few Antec products recently and they’ve all turned up pretty well so far. The last of my Antec product reviews is the Solo II case, the prequel of which has ended up as one of the most oft reviewed ones on the site. This new edition updates the original design with a few extra …

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NZXT Tempest 210

Introduction NZXT have been a big player in the desktop chassis game for many years now. With humble beginnings as providers of stylish cases with less practical capabilities, today they offer a wide range of options for the PC gamer and enthusiast. Today we’re looking at the Tempest 210, an enclosure that NZXT claims provides high levels of cooling. Indeed …

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Spire Savit 6005B

Introduction With a URL like SpireCoolers.com, it’s not hard to understand that Spire are most well known for their heat sink fan combinations. However, you may have heard they make cases too. Today – despite it being a holiday, yes, I’m dedicated – I’m reviewing the Spire Savit 6005B. It’s got a snappy name and a matt black exterior with …

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Sharkoon Vaya

Introduction Sharkoon produce a variety of cases aimed at gamers and average home PC users. By offering value and economy editions as well, they open themselves up to all kinds of markets. The Vaya is just one of their many economy cases aimed at hardware enthusiasts and gamers alike. Features ATX case 4x 5.25″ drive bays 4x 3.5″ bays for …

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LEPAtec LP 301

Introduction Let’s do a quick IQ test like question. If Silver Power is to Tagan, then LEPAtek is to? The Answer is Enermax. This is their low end product range and today I’m reviewing one of their cases, the LP 301. It’s got some red styling and an interesting side panel; even has dust filters at the front. Budget doesn’t …

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Coolermaster Silencio 550

Introduction Fancy a gamer case with LEDs, huge spinning fans with lasers and glow strips, elaborate colours, side windows, big plastic front panels? Go read another review then. This is one for the enthusiasts, the professionals and the silence nazis. The Coolermaster Silencio 550, a sleek, black chassis with thick sound proofing foam on the side panels; let’s check it …

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Coolermaster HAF 932 Advanced

Introduction We might have reviewed the original Coolermaster HAF 932 a few years ago, but that hasn’t stopped Coolermaster sending through their new Advanced edition. It comes packing some new USB 3.0 ports, extra space for SSDs and a svelt black interior paint job. We quite liked the first, let’s see what we think of the new one. Specification Model …

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Thermaltake Level 10 GT

Introduction Last year Thermaltake introduced an iconic looking chassis that while it wasn’t the greatest in terms of cooling or practicality, the original Level 10 was certainly a head turner; even if it was just to look at the £500+ price tag. Now though Thermaltake have worked on the design, creating this new version known as the GT. It’s not …

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