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DIYPC Announces DIY-Model S Featuring Dynamic RGB Front Lightbar

DIYPC, leading professional manufacturer of computer cases and accessories DIYPC, leading professional manufacturer of computer cases and accessories is thrilled to announce its latest chassis, the DIY-Model S. The DIYPC DIY-Model S is quite refined as an ATX chassis the receives that extra twist with its new snazzy light bar at the front which gives it that aggressive gamer look. The DIYPC DIY-Model S will have an MSRP of $89.99.

The DIYPC DIY-Model S is a modern chassis supporting ATX, mATX and mITX motherboards. The chassis can hold up to an impressively long 355mm graphics card. A PSU shroud is installed in the case a with a cutout of the PSU peeking through. A 4mm thick premium tempered glass panel allows you to showcase your build from the side.

SilentiumPC Announces Signum SG1X TG RGB Case

Following the recent release of the stylish value-oriented Signum SG1/SG1M cases, SilentiumPC introduces the new top-of-the-line variant, Signum SG1X TG RGB. Compact and efficient, these value-oriented cases are designed to bring ODD-less designs to the lower price points. Combining pure functionality with a pinch of style, the Signum SG1X TG RGB is an excellent mainline case choice for any budget-conscious system builder and DIY user.

Inspired by automotive design, the distinctive, hexagonal side-vents are not only functional, providing ample airflow, but also a vital design element giving the Signum SG1X TG RGB its unique personality. The main highlight for the SG1X are two tempered-glass panels, covering the front and side, revealing four beautiful, ring-type Corona HP 120 RGB fans inside. Built-in Illumination and speed hub allows all the fans to be connected to a single RGB and PWM connector on the motherboard. Alternatively a simply Nano-Reset device is included, which turns the factory reset switch into an illumination controller.

Cooler Master Releases New NR Series Cases

Cooler Master, an award-winning PC components company, today announces the release of the NR series with two new cases: The MasterBox NR400 and the MasterBox NR600. The NR series streamlines form and function to provide a minimalistic design and bold performance. Two models launch alongside each other, each supporting a different form factor. The smaller MasterBox NR400 supports up to mATX motherboards, while the larger MasterBox NR600 supports up to standard ATX motherboards. Marked only by the iconic solid stripe from the original N Series, the new NR Series applies modern technology to a timeless design by incorporating both filtration and airflow in the fine mesh front panel.
  • Minimalistic Mesh Design - Elegant design elements are applied to mesh for optimal thermal performance.
  • Optimal Thermal Performance - The full mesh front panel and ventilated top panel provide a high potential for thermal performance.
  • Flush Tempered Glass Side Panel - The tempered glass side panel, fastened by thumbscrews on the rear panel, keeps the surface completely flush.
  • Headset Jack - The single 4 pole headset jack features both audio and microphone capabilities simultaneously so separate jacks are not needed.
  • Graphics Card Support Up to 346 mm (NR400) / 410 mm (NR600) - Generous clearance space is provided to support the latest graphics cards.
  • Cable Management - High quality, longer length rubber grommets paired with generous clearance behind the motherboard offers ample room for cable management.

Aerocool's New RGB Case Squad Arriving Soon

Aerocool Advanced Technologies Corp., a leading PC gaming hardware and accessories design company, has announced the launch of not just one but six new PC cases, all glowing with RGB lighting accents and lightweight price tags. The cases are hitting markets throughout March and April.

The launch of a family of RGB case designs follows the global success of Aerocool's Cylon case series, which has sold over 100,000 units since its launch in 2018. The new additions of the RGB squad - with the flagship, full-tower Tor Pro followed by the Tor, Klaw, Bolt, Shard, and Playa - all come etched with their own unique RGB lighting accents, non-linear designs, and a price tag under US$70 (excepting the full tower flagship). The cases will be available over the start of the Spring as they arrive in markets around Asia, Europe, Australia and the Americas.

ENERMAX Intros StarryFort SF30, a Brilliant RGB Case with 4x SquA RGB Fans

ENERMAX, a leading designer and manufacturer of high-performance PC hardware products, launches a new addressable RGB gaming chassis, StarryFort SF30. Featuring full ATX support, panoramic tempered glass side and front panel, a vivid LED strip on the side, and 4 x pre-installed SquA RGB fans, StarryFort SF30 presents a stunning gaming fortress that is ready to light up your masterpieces.

StarryFort SF30 comes with 4x pre-installed SquA RGB fans which feature unique square-shaped LED frame to create incredible lighting effects. This mid-tower gaming chassis supports addressable RGB lighting synchronization with motherboards featuring RGB header (4-pin assignment: +5V/D/-/G); you can program preferred lighting effects via the motherboard software. Moreover, for those who do not use the RGB-sync motherboards, the built-in integrated hub allows you to control the lighting synchronization of 6x addressable RGB devices through the lighting control button on the I/O panel. Characterized by dual tempered glass panels, StarryFort SF30 offers you a clear view of both your system components and vivid RGB illumination.

SilentiumPC Expands Armis AR5 Family of Cases With Three New Models

Following the recently introduced AR5X PC Case, three new variants joining the SilentiumPC Armis AR5 family. Being sensible mid-tower choices, these cases provide unparalleled balance of perfect design, features, quality and fair pricing for a wide variety of PC system configurations.

Sharing the same base chassis structure and features, the variants offer different pricing and equipment:
  • The base model, Armis AR5 features a solid flat side panel and two Sigma HP 120 mm fans.
  • Armis AR5 TG has a tempered-glass side panel and comes with two Sigma HP 120 mm fans.
  • Armis AR5 TG RGB comes with tempered-glass side panel, as well as two Sigma HP 120 mm fans, one Sigma HP Corona 120 RGB fan and Aurora Sync PRO illumination/PWM controller.

ENERMAX Launches MAKASHI MK50, an Elegant RGB E-ATX Gaming Case

ENERMAX, a leading designer and manufacturer of high-performance PC hardware products, announces the launch of MAKASHI MK50, a premium addressable RGB-ready E-ATX chassis. Featuring a subtle yet appealing RGB lighting strip on the front panel, MAKASHI MK50's exterior is minimalist but elegant. The roomy E-ATX chassis supplies 3 designated mounting locations for liquid cooler installation and is capable to accommodate up to 8 fans, which provides gamers and modding enthusiasts with greater flexibility in cooling configuration. With several modern features, MKAKASHI MK50 is a great choice for users to customize their rigs.

Decent asymmetrical front panel with unique lightning-shaped RGB LED strip creates a visually appealing look. MAKASHI MK50 supports addressable RGB lighting sync with motherboards featuring RGB header (4-pin assignment: +5V/D/-/G); users can program preferred lighting effects through the motherboard software. Moreover, MAKASHI MK50 comes with a 4mm full-view tempered glass side panel for users to show off their brilliant masterpieces.

SilentiumPC Introduces The Armis AR5X TG RGB Chassis

Introducing the latest addition to the Armis lineup, Armis AR5X TG RGB, the most refined mid-tower chassis from SilentiumPC. This top-of-the-line variant of AR5 series provides unparalleled balance of perfect external size and design, features, quality and price for a wide variety of PC system configurations.

The Armis AR5X TG RGB comes with dual tempered-glass panels, one on left side and another one in the front, and is fully RGB-enabled with four ring-type Sigma HP Corona RGB 120 mm fans creating subtle yet stunning illumination effects.

Thermaltake Commander C Cases come with 200 mm ARGB Fans and Tempered Glass

Thermaltake, the leading PC DIY premium brand for Cooling, Gaming Gear and Enthusiast Memory solutions, launches the new Commander C Series Tempered Glass ARGB Mid-Tower Chassis. Designed to expand the gaming spirit, the Commander C Series Tempered Glass ARGB Mid-Tower Chassis takes the front panel design to the next level.

The Commander C Series inherits the Thermaltake classic chassis design and combines new design elements. The Commander C Series features six different models: C31, C32, C33, C34, C35 and C36, which target a wide range of PC gamers and enthusiasts. Each piece undergoes a rigorous process of survey, observation, experimentation, remodeling, and manufacture, to guarantee ultimate customer satisfaction. The Commander C Series features an enlarged tempered glass side panel, preinstalled two 200mm 5V ARGB front fans and one 120mm standard rear fan for optimal system ventilation. The 200mm 5V ARGB front fans deliver 16.8 million-color RGB illumination and sync with RGB capable motherboards from Asus, Gigabyte, MSI and ASRock.

The Commander C Series comes equipped with GPU mounting, advanced cable management and flexibility for high-end components. The Commander C Series supports the latest PC hardware, and is not only fascinating in appearance but also powerful in performance. With six different models, the new Thermaltake Commander C Series Tempered Glass ARGB Mid-Tower Chassis provides users limitless DIY options.

Antec Starts Selling the Dark Avenger 601 Case

Antec Inc., a leading provider of high-performance computer components and accessories for the gaming, PC upgrade and Do-It-Yourself market, announces the DA601: a case engineered for performance and built for the ultimate Gaming PC. The case delivers a combination of cooling, performance, and convenience. Its aesthetics will appeal to gamers and enthusiasts who prefer a futuristic yet functional appearance. The DA601 features X-ARGB-Strips on the front panel while the mesh design allows the light of the included 120mm Prizm ARGB fan to shine through. The DA601 will soon reach store shelves and online retail outlets in Europe with a competitive MSRP of 93 Euros.

The DA601 features an exceptionally robust cooling system to be prepared for the most demanding Gaming battles. The mid-tower comes with one pre-installed 120 mm Prizm ARGB fan and one regular 120mm fan in the rear. The chassis offers space for additional two 120 mmm fans in the front and three 120 mm or two 140 mm fans on the top. The frame measures 480 x 220 x 500 mm (D x W x H) and supports E-ATX (up to 12" x 11"), ATX and Micro-ATX motherboards as well as graphics cards with a maximum length of 400 mm and power supplies with a maximum length of 200 mm.

RAIDMAX Galaxy Lets You Have Infinite Reflection On The Cheap

RAIDMAX unveiled the Galaxy, an entry-level (read: sub-$50) mid-tower case with an infinite reflection RGB light-strip along the front fascia (a concept introduced by the In Win 805). RAIDMAX is using addressable RGB LED strips that take in 3-pin standard aRGB input directly from your motherboard. Measuring 423.6 mm x 191 mm x 408 mm (DxWxH), the Galaxy is one of the narrower cases in the market, highlighted by its rear exhaust fan vent being a measly 80 mm, which is also the only fan-vent available in this case. Tempered glass makes up the front and left side-panels of the case. Storage options include three 3.5-inch drive trays, and two 2.5-inch mounts. The motherboard tray offers room for graphics cards up to 35.5 cm long, and CPU coolers no more than 14.5 cm tall.

Be Quiet! Unveils Dark Base 700 White Edition Case

be quiet!, the market leader in PC power supplies in Germany since 2007, announces Dark Base 700 White Edition, a limited edition model of the company's highly popular Dark Base 700 premium PC chassis. Limited to just 3,000 units worldwide, Dark Base 700 White Edition shines with an eye-catching white premium finish and includes a clear side window.

Dark Base 700 received a lot of praise from press and public alike, with its 2017 launch as one of the first PC cases with front I/O support for USB 3.1 Gen 2. To this day, the case still holds up against the competition. As the name suggests, Dark Base 700 White Edition is coated in a bright and elegant white. To emphasize the case's white interior, the side window was changed from a tinted brown tone to clear glass. An aluminum badge with a running number reflects Dark Base 700 White Edition's limited availability of 3,000 pieces worldwide, making the chassis a collector's item for any PC enthusiast. Thanks to an adhesive back, this badge can be placed at the buyer's discretion - or left off completely.

FSP Launches the CMT340 Gaming PC Case

FSP, a leading manufacturer of power supplies and PC equipment, is pleased to announce the availability of the CMT340 RGB PC Gaming case, the world's smallest mid-tower chassis that can fit a 360 mm radiator. With four amazing looking and addressable RGB fans and two "galaxy dark" tempered glass panels, the CMT340 is a beautiful proposition for gamers on a budget. The CMT340 is a compact version of the award-winning CMT510 ATX mid-tower but with several improvements. It features a gorgeous black coated, sturdy SPCC steel frame, which holds the same distinctive features and flexibility as the one in the CMT510. It supports a wide variety of radiators, ranging from 120/140/240/360, for liquid cooling, or air cooling fans. The CMT340's four RGB fans are fully addressable and compatible with Asus Aura Sync, and MSI Mystic Light Sync.

The CMT340 is engineered for gamers, its design is sleek, with flush transparent glass panels and straight edges to fit on the desk of every self-respecting gamer. Besides its broad support for cooling options, it features three separate dust filters to keep the system squeaky clean. It supports Mini-ITX, MicroATX and regular ATX size motherboards (7 PCI slots).

MSI Announces MPG Gungnir 100 and MAG Vampiric 100 Cases

MSI, world leading gaming brand, is proud to introduce the brand-new product line - case to build a stronger connection among MSI products. This time, MPG GUNGNIR and MAG VAMPIRIC series are ready to shine. The MPG GUNGNIR 100 case is inspired by the sharp look and feel of "Gungnir," the legendary spear wielded by the Norse god Odin. This advanced case adopts plain industrial design, featuring a 4mm tinted tempered glass panel to showcase its internals, accentuated with an ARGB fan. With a 1 to 8 addressable RGB LED hub, the MPG GUNGNIR 100 offers unlimited customization options and can light up any room with MSI's Mystic Light APP. Support for 3D-printable parts delivera new level of personalization. Dial in optimum cooling with support for up to 7 system fans.

The MAG VAMPIRIC 010 case originates from the concept of the King Vampire - Dracula. With black and grey tones, the appearance invokes the mystique of silent castles. The dual blade shape on the front is the symbolism of coat of arms, combining with Mystic Light SYNC to display RGB lighting effects. Featuring a light grey 4mm tinted tempered glass panel, an ARGB fan, a magnetic filter on the top, and up to 6 system fans to strictly on ventilation. , the MAG VAMPIRIC 010 showcases the diverse temptation and charm of vampires.

Antec Launches the Dark Avenger 601 Case

Antec today released its Dark Avenger 601 ATX mid-tower chassis for gaming PC builds high on RGB LED illumination. The case is characterized by a faux-aluminium ornament on the front panel that conceals the front fan intakes, a tempered glass left side-panel, and an in-built addressable RGB LED lighting controller. The front ornament is studded with aRGB LED strips that make up an "X" shape. The lighting can either be wired to the in-built controller which cycles lighting presets at the push of a button on the front-panel, or be directly plugged in to your motherboard over a standard 3-pin aRGB header.

The DA601 features a conventional partitioned layout, with the motherboard tray serving up room for ATX motherboards with 7 expansion slots, graphics cards up to 40 cm in length, and CPU coolers up to 16 cm in height. Storage areas include two 3.5-inch/2.5-inch trays in the bottom compartment, and four 2.5-inch drive mounts behind the motherboard tray. Cooling features include three 120 mm fan mounts each along the front- and top-panels, and a rear 120 mm exhaust. Antec includes two fans with the case, an aRGB illuminated Prizm along the front intake, and a regular 120 mm spinner at the rear. The case measures 480 mm x 220 mm x 500 mm (DxWxH). Front panel connectivity includes two USB 3.1 type-A ports, HDA jacks, and the RGB controller cycle button. The company didn't reveal pricing.

Riotoro Demos Morpheus Convertible Case, Among Others at CES 2019

While at CES 2019 we had the opportunity to check out Riotoro's new flagship case the Morpheus which uses a new convertible design making it an actual departure from traditional cases. Out of the gate, it sets itself apart with support for 2x USB 3.0 Type-C and 2x USB 3.0. The inclusion of USB Type-C was a nice change of pace considering the adoption of the new connector has still been a bit slow. That said they maintained the status quo in other ways by including headphone and microphone jacks along with RGB controls for good measure. Obviously, the final features and hardware support will depend entirely on the end users configuration of the chassis as it can be resized depending on user choice. The case itself is a dual chamber design that uses perforated mesh on all sides for superior cooling, with support for up to 240 mm liquid coolers. Motherboard support includes everything mini-ITX all the way up to EATX with the entire chassis offering tool-less assembly. It also provides support for up to 2x 3.5-inch drives and up to 4x 2.5-inch drives. Out of the box it comes with 2x 120 mm red LED intake fans, and a single 80 mm exhaust fan. The case is available now with a price tag of $189.99 directly from Riotoro.

Lian Li PC-O11 WGX ROG V2 Case, Prototype Liquid Cooler, and More at CES 2019

At CES 2019 we had the opportunity to look at Lian Li's revised PC-O11 Dynamic ROG V2 case which sees numerous improvements compared to previous iterations. It offers a tool-less quick release for all side panels along with improved radiator installation thanks to changed made to the bottom fan mount. Installing a GPU vertically is now a possibility with Lian Li going a step further by also including a seamless anti-sag bracket for stable GPU mounting. Even the dust filters have seen upgrades with the bottom fan filter now being equipped with a plastic frame for increased stability and better usability.

Enthusiasts will be happy to see improved water cooling capabilities with all radiator locations now capable of fitting thicker radiators. They also improved support allowing for the use of up to 360 mm radiator options as well. Those not interested in water cooling can instead use an included plate for more storage space while also hiding the side fan mounts. Overall it is a larger more luxurious case that has seen numerous improvements.

Silverstone Cases on Display at CES 2019 Including an All New Raven Prototype

During our visit with Silverstone, we had the opportunity to check out their new case lineup which consists of numerous new designs including an all-new Raven prototype. Keeping the unique internal layout established by the previous generations alive, the new Raven has the motherboard I/O pointed towards the top with two 180 mm air penetrator fans located at the bottom operating as intakes with a single 120 mm fan at the top as an exhaust. The design makes use of the simple concept that heat rises to great effect. Drive space is limited to a single 3.5" or 2x 2.5" drives, meaning as of now builders eyeing this new design will want to stock up on M.2 drives. While we don't have official specifications in regards to radiator support, we can say there is plenty of room to set up a water cooling loop multiple mounting points provided near the back and sides of the chassis.

Moving on the side panels are both tempered glass which gives the case a uniform look, however, thanks to that, you can forget about hiding your wire mess behind a solid back panel. Instead, the Raven Prototype will be better suited for those who meticulously route their cables keeping things exceptionally neat and tidy. As for the front panel I/O, it is located on the top left above the side panel and consists of 2x USB 3.0 ports and the usual microphone and headphone jacks. In general, the angular design of the previous Raven cases remains but has been toned down just a bit, giving this latest iteration a sleeker, stealthier appearance.

MSI Unveils RTX Gaming Laptops, Desktops, Monitors and More at CES 2019

MSI, a world leader in gaming hardware, debuts an industry-leading selection of gaming products at CES 2019, including the brand new GS75 Stealth laptop with the latest NVIDIA GeForce RTX GPU and the PS63 Modern Prestige laptop, designed for business executives and content creators. "MSI is devoted to gaming and our new lineup reaffirms our position as an industry leader endorsed by gamers and eSports teams worldwide," said Charles Chiang, MSI's new global CEO. "We are honored to be recognized by the CES awards panel and will continue to push boundaries to achieve extreme performance, superior design, and maximum reliability." MSI will also be debuting exclusive gaming technologies with next-level interactive functions designed for full immersion. Partnering with Ubisoft, MSI will enrich the gaming experience of Assassin's Creed Odyssey with RGB light dancing synced to the game and haptic feedback underneath the palm to generate vibration upon in-game events such as gunshots.

GS75 Stealth: The Game Just Got Real
Experience extreme performance with realistic in-game lighting on the go with this thin & light 4-sided thin bezel gaming laptop. Equipped with the latest Intel Core i7 CPU, NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 GPU, a 17.3" 144HZ IPS-level display, and an extra-large, highly responsive and accurate touchpad, the GS75 stuns in an impressive aluminum alloy body. Highlighted by an internal passive radiator that delivers earth-shaking audio with booming bass, the GS75 measures only 0.75 inches thick. The GS series breaks the stereotype of bulky and heavy gaming laptops, offering an exceptional and portable gaming experience. MSI will also be unveiling the revamped version of the award-winning GS65, a 15.6" gaming laptop armed with the latest CPU and GPUs while weighing less than 4.19 lbs.

Cooler Master Announces New MasterCase and MasterBox Case Lineup

Cooler Master, a global leader in PC components and gaming peripherals, today announced its upcoming arsenal of PC cases to be launched in the first half of 2019. Cooler Master plans to release a number of mini tower cases, refresh and remaster the previous N Series as well as offer three cases in partnership with motherboard manufactures, ASUS and ASRock

MasterBox Q500L and Q500P
The MasterBox Q500L applies all of the versatile features of the Q series, but with the capability of supporting a standard ATX motherboard. With the same exterior dimensions as the MasterBox Q300L, support for a standard ATX motherboard in the Q500L was made possible by positioning the PSU in the front of the chassis instead of the base. The movable I/O panel and support for vertical or horizontal orientations, seen across the entire Q series, are also featured on the MasterBox Q500L. With the exterior fully perforated, and covered by a magnetic dust filter, the Q500L offers plenty of airflow for various cooling configurations.

SilentiumPC Rolls Out Gladius GD8 TG ARGB Pure Black Case

SilentiumPC today rolled out the Gladius GD8 TG ARGB Pure Black case. This ATX mid-tower is characterized by an asymmetric band that runs from the center of the front, through the top, with its gaps with the rest of the panels being embellished with RGB LED diffusers. The left side panel features a clear tempered glass panel. While the RGB LED units are addressable, meaning you can control them via your motherboard's RGB software, SilentiumPC also included an RGB controller module wired to a button on the front-panel, which cycles through 50 lighting presets.

Inside, the Gladius GD8 features a conventional layout, with horizontal partitions. The motherboard tray serves up room for graphics cards up to 37 cm in length, and CPU coolers up to 17.8 cm in height, and the bottom compartment can hold PSUs up to 21 cm in length. Storage features include two 3.5-inch trays that can each hold 2.5-inch drives, and two additional 2.5-inch mounts. SilentiumPC is including three Sigma Pro 120 fans with the case, two fitted as front intakes, and a rear exhaust. There are two 120 mm front intakes, two 120 mm top exhausts, and a 120 mm rear exhaust. Measuring 219 mm x 455 mm x 496 mm (WxDxH), the case dry-weighs around 7 kg. The company didn't reveal pricing.

Raidmax Neon RGB is a Mid-Tower Dominated by RGB LED Front Lighting

A trio of RGB LED illuminated front fans is emerging as the latest trend in PC case design, and Raidmax Neon RGB is one among many with this element. This ATX mid-tower is characterized by dark tinted tempered glass panels along the front and left side panels, and SECC steel along the right, top, and of course rear. Out of the box, you'll get three 120 mm included with the case, which are factory-fitted along the three 120 mm front intakes. Each of these has a silicone RGB LED diffuser ring along the bore of the frame. Interestingly, the case's sole exhaust is a paltry 80 mm rear vent, and is kept vacant.

You get an all-black interiors with a conventional horizontally-partitioned layout, with the bottom partition completely enclosed from the top, and accessible from the right side. The motherboard tray can house graphics cards up to 35.5 cm in length, and CPU coolers up to 17 cm in height. Storage areas include two 3.5-inch trays which can each hold 2.5-inch drives, and three additional 2.5-inch mounts behind the motherboard tray. The front-panel is basic, with two USB ports, and HDA jacks, and a button to cycle through the RGB LED lighting presets. The case measures 436 mm x 191 mm x 426 mm (LxWxH). The company didn't reveal pricing, although we expect it to be among the cheaper cases in the market.

X2 Announces the Spartan 716 Tempered Glass Micro-ATX Case

Introducing the SPARTAN 716 cube tempered glass case. Version two of the SPARTAN series compact PC gamer case is here, the SPARTAN 716 all new S-MICRO ATX structure supporting a standard ATX power supply unit and MICRO ATX or MINI ITX mainboard. Looking to build your own smaller gaming system, this might just be what you are interested in. The SPARTAN 716 makes for the ideal system to carry to your friends or gaming events. With two solid metal handles on the top and bottom you can easy pickup and carry this case with you.

This cube shaped PC enclosure accommodates sufficient space for other components such as HDD/SSD x3, long video cards up to 245mm long x2, large CPU cooler up to 160mm and room for up to x3 cooling fans, one 120/140mm fan space on the front, one 80mm fan space on the bottom and one 120/140mm fan space on the top. A cool looking meshed effect on the rear side of the front tempered glass as well as tempered glass side panels on the left and right to show of LED/RGB lights. The SPARTAN 716 contains x2 USB3.0 & x1 USB2.0 and HD-AC97 audio ports on the top panel so that you can easily connect your peripherals. Backed by the 2 year warranty service from X2-gaming.

SilentiumPC Announces Regnum RG2 TG Pure Black Case

The European cooling and PC case brand SilentiumPC upgrades its airflow-oriented Regnum RG2 case by adding a tempered-glass side-panel. While being part of the entry-level portfolio of the SilentiumPC lineup, Regnum RG2 has surprisingly much to offer. It merges a bold yet classy front-panel with a modern interior layout and an extended I/O panel, making it a great choice for reasonably priced gaming systems.

Regnum RG2 TG is designed to surpass the user's expectations of an average entry-level chassis. The clean and well balanced exterior design with a big tempered-glass side-panel gives a great view on the components inside the roomy interior. SilentiumPC uses the dual-chamber layout, which dramatically improves airflow and benefits cable management.

Kolink Launches the Inspire K1 Case

The new Kolink Inspire K1 RGB Midi-Tower is a stylish ATX case featuring a tempered glass front panel, complete with pre-installed 120mm RGB fans and an additional 80mm rear-mounted fan. The tidy interior of the Inspire K1 offers lots of space for installation, with easy access via removal of the tool-less acrylic side panel.The case also includes adequate space for watercooling configurations, supporting up to a 240mm radiator and offering convenient cable management. It offers a really great solution for builders looking for an affordable case that not only looks great, but offers fantastic value for money.
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