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Spire Sonex 6010 Case Review

  One of the most important parameters when choosing the components of a computer system is, without any doubt, the monetary budget. Enthusiasts frequently spend substantial amounts of cash on computer components and thus can afford high-level parts. When assembling a low budget gaming system however any enthusiast knows that

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Antec Eleven Hundred Case Review

It was not two weeks ago since we studied the P280, a chassis designed to merge high performance with elegance. Today we are going to examine, test and review a case of comparable size and design, which however has been adjusted to cover the needs of an entirely different market

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Antec P280 Case Review

Always amongst the first few choices of an enthusiast’s shortlist when style and silence are of primary importance, Antec’s Performance One series has been synonymous with style and silent computing for many years. Antec’s engineers must have been very busy because the new P280 not only claims the ability to

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Thermaltake Overseer RX-I Case Review

  Having been designing and manufacturing enthusiast-grade PC cases for over a dozen years, nowadays Thermaltake is one of the most experienced companies in the market and also one of the most well known brands among technology enthusiasts. Today we are having a look on a cheaper, less featured  version

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Gelid Darkforce Gaming Case Review

  Among enthusiasts and technology savvies, Gelid is a well known manufacturer of PC component cooling solutions. A few months ago we had a look at the GX-7, the best CPU cooler the company offers at this point of time. We were taken aback when a few weeks ago Gelid

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Cubitek Has Big Aluminum Case Plans for 2012

Cubitek wants to play in the big league of premium all-aluminum PC cases, targeting almost every consumer form-factor: ATX mid-tower, EATX full-tower, HPATX, micro-ATX, and even mini-ITX. All part of the company's new ICE series, these cases will be fabricated with extruded aluminum that's as much as 3 mm thick

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Antec Eleven Hundred hands on preview

By now you've most likely already seen our hands on preview of the new Antec P280, but for those of you that aren't so concerned about noise and that are looking for something with a bit better cooling performance and maybe something with a see through side panel, we give you

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Akasa Venom Toxic Case Review

  It has been over two and a half years ever since the release of the Infinity Zor case which was fairly popular among enthusiasts. Two and a half years later Akasa came to release a new massive gaming tower case, the Venom Toxic. As the product’s name suggests, the

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Hands on with the Antec P280

We went on a little trip to Antec's offices in Taipei to have a look at their new P280 chassis which is set to replace the P180 series over time. The new chassis follows the classical design of the P180 series but adds some much needed new features. (more…)

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Orico Unveils Plans for Thunderbolt-Enabled Enclosures

Although launched with much pomp and fervor, with patronage by no less than Apple, the propagation of Intel’s Thunderbolt interconnect is rather limited. Notwithstanding the fact that very few portable devices need 10 Gbps of bandwidth, the ecosystem of the more compatible USB 3.0 interface is growing. Yet some like

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Antec Solo II Case Review

Most computer enthusiasts would remember the Antec Solo case; a product released nearly 7 years ago which featured a very subtle, Spartan appearance combined with almost every noise suppression system available at the time. The first version of the Solo was not very fancy but it certainly was a very

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Thermaltake Chaser MK-I Case Review

  Thermaltake’s products lineup feels almost endless; this month we admired the exotic design of the Level 10 GT case and we discovered the good value of the Commander MK-I case. Today we are having a look on yet another product from Thermaltake, the massive Chaser MK-I full tower case,

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Thermaltake Commander MS-I case review

  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

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