Thermaltake is probably the manufacturer with the largest selection of computer cases available at the time of this review. Not a week ago we reviewed the unique and pricey Level 10 GT case. Today we are going to examine a much different product, the Commander MS-I case. The Commander MS-I is the exact opposite
Most enthusiasts would remember the astonishing “Level 10” case which Thermaltake co-designed with BMW Group Design Works USA and released a couple of years ago. Whoever remembers the (otherwise remarkable) Level 10 case also remember the ludicrous price tag which kept the sales of the product very, very low. Thermaltake claims to have fixed
BitFenix started at the top and has worked its way down the ladder so to say and its latest model, the Merc is something close to a real budget case, albeit without cutting too many corners or going for a really cheap look. In fact, the Merc looks rather pleasant for a budget case and
Xigmatek is a European manufacturer of computer related products, mostly focused on cases, power supplies and cooling solutions. Most of their cases are designed for the mainstream market, offering good features and usability at a low price. Xigmatek also offers one single computer case at the time of this review which is nothing like that.
The Thermaltake V4 Black Edition, Thermaltake Commander, Thermaltake V9 BlacX Edition, Thermaltake Chaser MK-I and Thermaltake Level 10 GT are available at Sim Lim Square for purchase through various retail shops. More pictures and details inside.
The Thermaltake Level 10 GT Snow Edition Chassis which was first shown at the Computex 2011 is now officially launched.
Five years since the first official launch of TJ08, Silverstone now introduces the Temjin TJ08-E mATX chassis. More details inside.
Thermaltake Level 10 chassis had surprised us all with the unique design and features. The Level 10 series expanded from then on to include a GT version and GT snow edition. Now, we have the Level 10 GT LCS model to look out for.
Nine months after the release of Epoxi full tower casing, Spire is set to introduce Epoxi rev.2. More details inside.
Although we did get a brief look at Cooler Master's upcoming Cosmos II back at Computex, we weren't allowed to take any new picture of the new monster case, but a few, slightly blurry pictures have now made their way online. From what we can tell a few things have been tweaked since we
Corsair is a company which owes their good reputation to their memory products, since the company started off as a performance RAM modules manufacturer. During the past few years Corsair has also expanded into other market areas, releasing products such as SSDs and PSUs. Today we are going to examine and test one of
The Sharkoon T-Series casing that was recently launched in March, will have a new member in its family: the Sharkoon T5 Value.
Originating in Sweden, Fractal Design is relatively new manufacturer who focuses on computer cases and accessories. Their first few products were enough for the company to become very popular among the enthusiasts. Today we bring you the first review of a Fractal Design product in VR-Zone, the Core 3000 case.
At VR-Zone, we continuously strive to provide you with product reviews of the highest quality. To enable us to test the thermal performance of computer casings in a consistent and repeatable manner, we have designed and built the Integrated Casing Torture Test. This test platform simulates the heat load produced by actual systems and allows
Although Computex has been over for a good few days by now, we're continuing our coverage for the rest of this week, as we visited a lot of companies at the show and we simply didn't have time to write it all up there and then. Cooler Master had a lot of new products on
LEPA, a brand probably still unknown to most people has showcased a rather interesting chassis over at COMPUTEX. This chassis that is able to fit two completely different systems inside. Let's check out more of this tall chassis.
Zalman has a gorgeous looking full aluminium case on display which is made up of two solid aluminum pieces. The meshed cover will give you maximum airflow while the thick aluminium innards will certainly hold your components in place. Not much information is given at this point of time since it is a concept
NZXT ran an April Fool's Day joke where they announced a series of pink cases and peripherals for female gamers and seems like they have really gotten serious this time. The Pink Phantom case will actually go into mass production citing demands from the ladies. Other products NZXT put up for showcase include the Avatar S gaming
Vantec is all about expansion cards, PSUs and CPU coolers right? Well, not at Hall 1 of the Taipei World Trade Centre they aren't; apparently, the US-based designer and manufacturer of thermal products and computer peripherals does not have any new or updated versions of the aforementioned products available for the enthusiast market this year. So
VR-Zone takes a sneak peek at the casings Silverstone has lined up for Computex 2011. Look inside for the GD07, TJ04-E and more!