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Antec Introduces P7 Window & P7 Silent Mid-Tower Cases

Antec Inc., a leading provider of high-performance computer components and accessories for the gaming, PC upgrade and Do-It-Yourself market, presents the latest mid towers: the Antec P7 Window and P7 Silent. With these cases, Antec expands its award-winning Performance Series of feature-rich cases which offer plenty of space for graphics cards with a length of up to 390 mm and effective ventilation, making them particularly suitable for gamers. In addition, the stylish chassis offer enough space for drives and a 360 mm radiator. A special eye-catcher for the P7 Window is the side panel made of acrylic glass as well as the green or red accent strips at the front of the case.

The P7 Silent features sound dampening material (0.6 mm SGCC + Plastic) to block noise. The front panel with brushed metallic effect can be disassembled independently, for a neat and simple building experience. Thanks to the relocatable and removable 3.5" HDD cage, users can configure the system the way they want, with the ability to relocate or remove the hard drive cage within the P7. The cases come with additional 3 PCI-E Slot covers in tool box. The cases are now commercially available from 48,90€ (suggested retail price including VAT).

ENERMAX Reveals OSTROG ADV RGB and SABERAY White Cases

ENERMAX revealed two brand new cases at Computex 2018. The Taiwan-based case manufacturer has given the OSTROG ADV case the RGB treatment. The OSTROG ADV RGB is a mid-tower case with dual tempered glass side panels. It comes with addressable RGB lighting strips with support for motherboard RGB-Sync. The case can house up to a 360 mm radiator and also has quick-release front and top panels for easy hardware installation. A USB 3.1 Gen 2 Type-C port is also part of the case. The second case on display was a limited white edition of the company's SABERAY case. Following in the OSTROG ADV RGB's footsteps, the SABERAY White incorporates addressable RGB lighting strips. However, the SABERAY White does come with three pre-installed addressable T.B. RGB fans as well. The integrated hub lets users sync up to five RGB devices and control a total of six fans. Consumers algo get the option to can choose between an acrylic or mesh front panel.

MonsterLabo Presents 'The First' SFF PC Case at Computex 2018

MonsterLabo had their 'The First' small form factor case on display at the Seasonic booth. Measuring in at 200 x 200 x 400 mm, The First only weighs around 10 kg. It can house a mini-ITX motherboard, a graphics card with a length up to 270 mm, an ATX or SFX power supply, one 3.5-inch drive, and three 2.5-inch drives. The case features a high-performance and fanless cooling solution capable of dissipating up to 200 W of heat. The radiator is shared between the processor and graphics card. There is also a single fan mount for a 120 mm or 140 mm fan to increase the cooling capacity to 300 W. For connectivity, The First has two USB 3.0 ports on the front panel. Consumers can fully customize the front panel with different painted and patterned skins and other surfaces like glass, wood, copper or leather.

Phanteks Launches Sub-Brand MetallicGear

Phanteks has announced the MetallicGear sub-brand which focuses on creating contemporary, innovative, and accessible products for hardware enthusiasts. MetallicGear makes its debut at Computex 2018 with its new line of NEO Series cases. Currently, there are four models under the NEO family. The NEO is a standard mid-tower case made of an aluminum and steel chassis with a tempered glass side panel. This model supports motherboards up to the ATX factor, and it also comes with seven expansion slots. The NEO can house a single 240 mm or 280 mm radiator. The expected MSRP for the NEO is $99.99. The NEO Micro is the micro ATX variant of the family. Due to the reduced size, this model only comes with four expansion slots and support for a 240 mm radiator. The NEO Micro carries a $84.99 price tag.

The NEO Mini is the next model in line which targets mini-ITX users. This particular variant only has two expansions slots. Nevertheless, it has the same radiator support as the NEO. The NEO Mini costs around $69.99. And last, but certainly not least, MetallicGear also offers the NEO-G Mini, which is a slightly modified version of the NEO Mini. The differences reside in the front panel's design and the orientation of the motherboard. The NEO Mini features a conventional vertical orientation, while the NEO-G Mini's design allow the motherboard to sit horizontally on the case. The NEO-G Mini also comes with one extra expansion slot. The price for this model is $79.99.

Antec Project X Case Company's Computex Centerpiece

The centerpiece of Antec's Computex 2018 booth is the Project X (working title) case. This cyberpunk creation features several polygonal aluminium and tempered glass shards held together by thumbscrews on a steel frame, with room inside for a high-end liquid-cooled build for maximum exposure. The case sits tilted at a 20°-ish angle that makes the front-panel accessible, and exposes more of its design elements. Through the various deliberate gaps and cuts between the panels, you can put up quite a spectacular light show.

Corsair Launches Crystal Series 280X RGB Case

CORSAIR , a world leader in PC gaming peripherals and enthusiast components, today announced the release of the new Crystal Series 280X RGB and Crystal Series 280X MATX enthusiasts PC cases, bringing CORSAIR tempered glass design to a new smaller form factor.

With tempered glass panels in the front, side and roof, the Crystal 280X RGB provides a stunning view of your PC inside, illuminated by two LL120 RGB fans controlled by an included CORSAIR Lighting Node PRO Digital RGB lighting controller and powerful iCUE software. With 32 individually controllable LEDs to light up your system, and plentiful airflow to cool multi-core, multi-GPU systems, the 280X RGB is the clear choice for your next compact MATX system.

Thermaltake Unveils Level 20 XT and Level 20 VT Cases

The Level 20 was the centerpiece of Thermaltake's 2018 CES booth. The company is now expanding the Level 20 series, with two new siblings, the Level 20 XT and the Level 20 VT. Both cases are somewhat cubical, with their motherboard trays oriented along the plane of the base, rather than perpendicular to it. The Level 20 XT supports ATX motherboards, while the Level 20 VT is is designed for micro-ATX. Both cases feature tempered glass panels on all sides except the rear and bottom.

Inside, both cases feature a "T-shaped" partition, with the top compartment housing the motherboard tray, and the bottom two housing the drive cages and the PSU bays. Both include at least one 140 mm front intake fan with RGB LED lighting. The Level 20 XT has two such 140 mm intakes. It also gives you up to 9 drive bays. The Level 20 VT, on the other hand, has just the one 140 mm front intake intake, and six drive bays. Both cases feature modern front-panel connectivity.

BitFenix Fujin Case Spied

We broke into the Computex show-floor to grab some of the first pics of BitFenix Fujin, the company's upcoming mid-tower case. The case features a horizontally-partitioned layout, with the bottom compartment being almost entirely enclosed when accessed from the left side-panel, except for a small cutout toward the front (so you can have a thick and tall radiator lining the front-panel). The left side is covered by tempered glass panel. The case features mounts for up to two 360 mm x 120 mm or 280 mm x 140 mm radiators (one each along the front and top panels).

The front is characterized by a fine mesh, and an RGB LED diffuser along the top (near the front-panel connectivity). The RGB stips you see inside are just part of the demo build. BitFenix will include an RGB LED-lit 120 mm rear fan. Storage options include two each of 2.5-inch mounts, and 3.5-inch trays (which can hold 2.5-inch drives). There is a generous 20-25 mm crawlspace behind the motherboard tray, so let you wrestle with your cables. When it hits the shelves, this case will be priced around 69€ or $79.

Cooler Master Releases Product Teasers for Computex 2018

Cooler Master, a global leader in manufacturing CPU coolers, computer components and peripherals, today provides an overview of the products the company will unveil at Computex 2018 in Taipei, Taiwan.

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With at least seven new products on display, including the recently released MasterCase H500M, there will be no shortage of new chassis at the Cooler Master booth. These new case products are not just for aesthetic changes, but also evolutions in case technology. Cooler Master will present new models to existing product lines as well as debut the kickoff of a brand new series, all of which will be revealed at Computex this year.

ZADAK511 Announces the 2018 MOAB II Watercooled PC

When you start to get an understanding of what ZADAK is all about, you will fully understand how we are constantly reaching towards the extreme in the custom water-cooled, modding PC and technology industries. ZADAK's philosophy is to pursue original design, craftsmanship, and break through our own limits. We have a deep-rooted belief in the modding industry, BUILD YOUR OWN FANTASY PC, and it can be seen within our products.

This year 2018, ZADAK is releasing the high quality, custom water-cooled PC, such a legend is named MOAB II(The Mother Of All Bombs.) Once we dig deeper into this machine, you will start to understand why it is at the pinnacle of PC and modding technology. Very few companies in the industry are capable of making a machine like this. When coming up with the concept, ZADAK team of designers and modders want to build something that can be owned by enthusiasts everywhere. We want to build custom, phenomenal quality PC that embodies the essence of what we are all about.

Cooler Master Introduces the MasterCase H500M

Cooler Master, an award-winning computer hardware manufacturer, today launches the MasterCase H500M. The MasterCase H500M, form and function you can raise your glass to. Sitting at the top of H-Series, the MasterCase H500M does not hold back on features, style, material or design. Both the front mesh panel and glass accessory are included to offer a choice between maximum airflow and aesthetics. Each of the front panel options compliment the industrial design of the H500M in their own method. Tempered glass is found on all four sides of the chassis to ensure a comprehensive view of components. To compliment the showmanship, addressable RGB fans sit behind the front panel and come with an addressable RGB controller.

Apexgaming Announces the X-Mars Tempered Glass Gaming Case

Apexgaming , a worldwide leader in manufacturing gaming cases, power supplies and computer peripherals, today announces its reddot winner the flagship X-Mars full-tower E-ATX gaming chassis. Inspired by the Greek god of war, Ares Mars, the Apexgaming X-Mars is a full-tower gaming chassis stands out with its unique exterior design and highly expandability. The materials processed are steel, brushed aluminum and tempered glass, giving the X-Mars a pronouncedly masculine appearance. The case offers an abundant space that can accommodate up to fourteen 120mm fans, one maximum 480mm radiators, graphic cards with a length up to 432mm, 28mm wide spacey room for cable routing behind M/B tray as well as sufficient capacity for up to eleven 3.5" drives or fourteen 2.5" drives. The Apexgaming X-Mars, with its high-performance interior compatibility and enthralling gaming spirit exterior design, makes it a perfect choice for utmost gaming experience possible ever.

Apexgaming Unveils Hermes Mid-Tower Gaming Case

Apexgaming, a worldwide leader in manufacturing gaming cases, power supplies and computer peripherals, today announces its reddot winner the Hermes mid-tower E-ATX gaming chassis. The Apexgaming Hermes is a revolutionary Mid-Tower gaming case providing passionate gamers with the flexibility to assemble a gaming case according to their individual preferences. The two front panels can be separated to make different combinations. In additions, panels made from various materials and colors are available for creating infinite possibilities for an individual gaming case.

The case offers ample space for up to seven 120mm fans, one maximum 360mm radiator, seven expansion slots. Furthermore, 12" x 13" E-ATX motherboard and graphics cards up to 432 mm in length can be installed. This great flexibility in the internal space arrangement gives gamers/builders outstanding choices to arrange their hardware for best performance.

Phanteks Announces the New Eclipse P350X Case

Phanteks is introducing a new compact case to the Eclipse lineup, the P350X. The P350X brings new design with an amazingly affordable price. Clean interior design makes installation easy while the integrated Digital RGB lines on the exterior accentuates the case. The P350X offers high airflow capability, E-ATX motherboard clearance, liquid cooling support, and high-end configurations within the compact design. The case features integrated Digital RGB lighting profiles that allows you to personalize to your style. The P350X offers more capabilities than other midtowers without compromising the price. Phanteks Eclipse P350X will be available in two color options: Black and Black/White.

NZXT Continues to Redefine the Modern PC Case with the H500 and H500i

NZXT, a leading provider of desktop components for PC gamers, today announces its all-new H500 and H500i, the latest addition to its highly acclaimed H Series PC cases. With the new H500 and H500i compact mid-tower models, NZXT continues its award-winning design language across even more form factors, so users do not have to compromise when building their perfect gaming PC.

Available in two models, the H500 and the CAM-powered H500i, each with a stunning tempered glass windowed chassis, provide an elegant and affordable solution to builders of all skill levels. Modern features include a simplified water cooling installation bracket, intuitive cable routing options, and quick-release SSD trays for building beautiful gaming PCs quickly and easily. The H500i also features the CAM-powered Smart Device, providing RGB lighting and digital fan control, and includes an integrated vertical GPU mounting bracket.

Corsair Launches Obsidian 1000D Super-Tower PC Case

CORSAIR , a world leader in PC gaming peripherals and enthusiast components, today announced the launch of its largest, most feature-rich PC case ever - the Obsidian Series 1000D. Building on the CORSAIR Concept Slate prototype that captured the imagination of PC enthusiasts, the Obsidian 1000D is the result of over two years of development and design to create the ultimate super-tower case. Clean exterior lines brushed aluminium details and four smoked tempered glass panels give the 1000D the iconic styling and superior build-quality enthusiasts have come to expect from the CORSAIR Obsidian Series.

Both a full E-ATX and Mini-ITX system can be installed simultaneously, cooled by 13 cooling fan mounts, powered by two PSUs (SFX and ATX) and equipped with 11 storage drives. Created to house the world's most epic PC builds, the 1000D is the ultimate super-tower PC case.

CORSAIR Launches New SPEC-OMEGA RGB Case

CORSAIR , a world leader in PC gaming peripherals and enthusiast components, today announced the launch of the new CORSAIR Carbide Series SPEC-OMEGA RGB enthusiast PC case. Building on the award-winning angular tempered glass design of the SPEC-OMEGA, the SPEC-OMEGA RGB adds stunning RGB lighting courtesy of two CORSAIR HD120 RGB LED fans and a custom 30-LED RGB lighting strip integrated into the case's front fascia. Powered by an included CORSAIR Lighting Node PRO digital RGB lighting controller, a total of 54 RGB LEDs illuminate your PC in stunning lighting effects and patterns, fully customizable using CORSAIR iCUE software and ready to go right out of the box.

Available in either white or black, SPEC-OMEGA RGB boasts unmistakable asymmetrical design and tempered glass panels to the front and side, making it the perfect backdrop for 54 RGB LEDs of customizable lighting. There's a lot more to see behind the sharp angles and lighting though; a new removable PSU cover and a wealth of cable tie-downs, routing holes and grommets make hiding cables and connectors out of view easy. SPEC-OMEGA is also built with maximum compatibility in mind, able to fit up to a huge 360mm liquid cooling radiator, such as that used on the CORSAIR Hydro Series H150i PRO, so there needn't be compromises on parts when your building system. Created to show off, and light up, your PC, this is the ultimate SPEC.

Corsair Intros Carbide SPEC-05 Mid-tower Case

Corsair expanded its Carbide SPEC line of entry-level cases with the new SPEC-05. This ATX mid-tower case is characterized by a clever design gimmick - the left side panel looks like it's tempered glass because it covers almost the entire area of the panel, but is actually clear acrylic. The front features a somewhat curvy design with a gash that runs through the middle, revealing the front intake vent with its illuminated 120 mm intake fan. Internally, the case resembles the likes of the Carbide 100R, with a roomy single compartment layout.

Drive bays include three 3.5-inch/2.5-inch bays, and two 2.5-inch mounts. The case has room for graphics cards up to 37 cm in length, CPU coolers up to 15 cm in height, and PSUs up to 18 cm in length. Ventilation includes either 3x 120 mm or 2x 140 mm front intakes, 2x 140/120 mm top exhausts, and a 120 mm rear exhaust. The case measures 199 mm x 483 mm x 433 mm (WxDxH). Front panel connectivity includes two type-A USB 3.0 ports, and HDA jacks. Available now, and backed by a 2-year warranty, the Corsair Carbide SPEC-05 is priced at USD $49.99.

DeepCool Intros New Ark 90 Electro Limited Edition Case

DeepCool today introduced the GamerStorm New Ark 90 Electro limited edition case. The company is only manufacturing 100 pieces of the variant, which is characterized by a racy orange color scheme dominating the smaller left (metallic) portion of the case, including the left side-panel, the left top-panel with its illuminated vents, and more importantly, the motherboard tray and the PSU part of the bottom compartment. The orange motherboard tray is contrasted by black bits in the form of the 3.5-inch/2.5-inch drive cage, the rear panel, and the rubber grommets along the tray. The rest of its feature-set is identical to the original, which debuted this January, and bagged a Red Dot design award. The company didn't reveal pricing.

Alphacool Announces New Mining Products

The world-renowned company, Alphacool, now offers special mining solutions for industry and end customer use. In addition to mining the well-known crypto currencies such as Bitcoin and Ethereum, systems very similar are also increasingly being used in research, development and other areas. These systems generate a lot of heat due to the mass of components used in enclosed spaces. Now, Alphacool has met the demands from the industry and has created cost-effective water cooling solutions and systems. Starting with cases for e.g. server racks and full cover graphic card coolers up to complete mining systems including hardware and preinstalled software.

The products are all cost effective, particularly the graphics card coolers! Extremely low prices are possible which can compete, or even beat the prices of air cooling, without compromising on quality. For even more reliability, there are graphics card coolers with include an integrated pump. Since there are usually several GPUs in a circuit, if one pump does fail, the other pumps can easily keep the liquid flowing ensuring that the system stays cool.

X2 Announces the PIRATE 1416 MicroATX Tempered Glass Case

X2 is pleased to inform the new arrival of the PIRATE 1416 PC case. This microATX structured chassis is made out of 0.5 mm SPCC steel, all black coated inside and out enclosed by two tempered glass panels and one metal side panel. This new PC gamer case is a great solution for your entry level gaming system build with more than enough space for the assembly of your powerful hardware. It comes with a total up to three 3.5-inch SSD drives and four rear expansion PCI slots. The PIRATE 1416 is equipped with a separated PSU chamber and ample space for those long graphics cards (up to 320 mm length) and large CPU coolers (up to 150 mm height clearance). The case also has more than sufficient air cooling options with four 120 mm fan mount locations and one 92 mm fan mount throughout this chassis. Already included are two multi-LED 120 mm red cooling fans, one on the rear and one in the front.

The PIRATE 1416 offers easy upkeep throughout the whole chassis with nice cable routing and the tool-free removal of the tempered glass panels. It offers convenient placement of Audio and USB connections for your plug and play gaming peripherals. Standard USB configuration includes one USB 2.0 port and one USB 3.0 port plus support for AC97/HD AUDIO. Show off your cool components, LED or RGB cooling and water or air coolers through the smoked tempered glass windows of the PIRATE 1416 PC gamer case by X2-gaming. We believe in exceptional style coupled with genuine product quality, redefining the meaning of affordable gaming - All geared up!

MSI Intros the MAG Pylon Tempered Glass Case

MSI today introduced the Gaming Series MAG Pylon, an ATX mid-tower case characterized by tempered glass panels, and MSI Mystic Light RGB readiness. The case features 4 mm-thick tempered glass making up both its left and right side panels, and front panels. The rest of the case is made of 0.6 mm-thick SECC steel. Under the hood is a conventional horizontal dual partition layout. The upper main compartment serves up room for graphics cards up to 37 cm in length, and CPU coolers up to 16.5 cm in height.

The bottom compartment is completely enclosed from the left side, and has an RGB LED-illuminated MSI Gaming logo near the PSU bay. Storage features include two 3.5-inch drive bays in the bottom compartment, which can each hold 2.5-inch drives; and four 2.5-inch drive mounts behind the motherboard tray. Cooling includes three 120 mm or two 140 mm front-intakes, with three factory-fitted 120 mm RGB LED-lit fans; two 140/120 mm top exhausts, and a 120 mm rear exhaust. Front panel connectivity includes two each of USB 3.0 and USB 2.0/1.1 ports, and HDA jacks. The company didn't reveal pricing.

Alphacool Launches the Mining Rig 12 Open Air Frame Case

The world-famous manufacturer Alphacool introduces the first case of its Mining Rig series. The Alphacool Mining Rig 12 can accommodate two motherboards, four power supplies and of up to 12 graphics cards. There are also extensive mounting options for water cooling. For example, up to six 360 mm radiators can be mounted and at least two reservoirs with space for corresponding pumps. The ideal mining rig for Ethereum, Bitcoin, Zcash, Monero or whatever coin you wish to mine.

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The Alphacool Mining Rig 12 offers extensive options for equipping a water cooling system with different NexXxoS radiators, Eisbecher reservoirs and a wide range of pumps. The Mining rig case can also fit up to 7 fans, which blow directly on the graphics cards to ensure your cards stay as cool a possible whilst mining. In the lower part of the Mining Rig 12 you have 4 spaces for power supply units.

Fractal Design Expands Meshify C Line Up with New White Variant

Meshify strikes an aggressive pose in the Fractal Design lineup with unparalleled cooling performance and a defiant new look. Like diamond facets, the angular asymmetry of the Meshify C carves a space uniquely its own as a new dominant force in high-airflow design. Tempered glass completes the distinct, stealth-inspired aesthetic with exceptional style.

An open ATX layout with intelligent space utilization creates an unrestricted airflow path from the mesh front intakes directly through key components to exhaust, ensuring heat is never an issue. The Meshify C has a remarkably compact footprint with the high-end component support of a full tower, and with seven fan mounts and multi-radiator liquid cooling capability, it has the cooling capacity to match.

Sharkoon Announces the TG5 RGB ATX Midi Tower with Controllable RGB LED Fans

Sharkoon has added a new version to the TG5 ATX PC Case launched in 2017: The Sharkoon TG5 RGB ATX Midi Tower. In addition to the tempered glass front and left side panel, the TG5 RGB ATX Midi Tower features four 120 mm RGB LED fans as well as a Sharkoon RGB LED strip. In total, six LED elements can be controlled via a 12V-G-R-B connector with the included 6-port RGB hub. The TG5 RGB is compatible with GIGABYTE RGB Fusion, MSI Mystic Light, ASUS Aura as well as other common RGB capable mainboards. For mainboards without a 12V-G-R-B connector, the TG5 RGB comes with a manual color control.

The Sharkoon TG5 RGB is especially made for fans of flashy gaming PCs who want an individualized illumination from as many as 16.8 million colors. The tempered glass left side panel provides a clear view of the illuminated components inside the case. Thanks to the cable management system, the PC case can always make a tidy impression. The front panel is designed cable-free and can thus be removed easily without pulling on any cabling. The front has three pre-installed 120 mm LED fans, and another 120 mm LED fan is pre-installed on the rear panel. In addition, a RGB LED strip is provided for the case interior. The strip can be attached magnetically and by using its adhesive tape. In total, six LED elements can be connected to mainboards with a 12V G-R-B connector and controlled, using the included 6-port RGB hub - as long as the LED elements are compatible with GIGABYTE RGB Fusion, MSI Mystic Light, ASUS Aura or other common RGB capable mainboards. For mainboards without a 12V-G-R-B connector, the TG5 RGB comes with a manual color control. This is equipped with switches, enabling the illumination of the fans and the strip in seven colors, including white. In order to strengthen airflow inside the case, the top panel provides room for up three 120 mm fans or two 140 mm fans. For water cooling, a 280 mm or a 360 mm radiator can be installed to the front of the case.
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