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AeroCool Unveils the DS-230 Chassis

Aerocool Advanced Technologies Corp., a leading PC gaming hardware and accessories design company, announced today the new Dead Silence PC chassis to be exhibited at Gamescom from August 18th till August 21st in Cologne, Germany. Aerocool will display the all new Dead Silence 230 chassis (DS-230) at the joint-exhibition booth with Caseking in Hall 8.1 booth location B051. Both gamers and media partners will be able to take a close look at these and other new products from Aerocool, which are exhibited at Europe's most popular exhibition for games and hardware.

After the great success of the Dead Silence series with its DS Cube, DS 200, and the DS case fans, a new member joins the award winning high-end product line. The new DS-230 inherits great features from the DS-200, such as the elegant exterior design and the superior passive noise cancelling capabilities. Both side panels as well as the removable top-cover are equipped with two layers of noise cancelling materials. The chassis features a new LED illumination with seven colors and three lighting modes - always on, breathing or pulsating to choose from. The illumination is connected to the pre-installed PWM fan controller for six fans, which emits a different LED color for different fan speed ranges.

Jonsbo Intros the UMX4 and RM3 Cases

With the UMX4 and the RM3, we present two outstanding cases, both of which stand out due to their appealing exterior. Due to the combination of high-quality materials, flawless manufacturing and an eye for details, our cases stand out from the grey mass of the case market. The UMX4 is the predecessor to the UMX2. It's designed to house ATX motherboards and offers an efficient ventilation system, as well as generous space for a powerful system with multiple VGA cards.

The UMX4 combines a classic exterior design and a very stable chassis made from massive steel. When comparing the UMX4 to the UMX2, it's obvious that the interior has been massively redesigned to offer a better hardware compatibility. There are four dedicated installation spots for 2.5 inch SSD as well as two 3.5 inch mounting frames are readily available. Three 120 mm fans (2 x top, 1 x rear) are already preinstalled, two additional 120 mm fans can be mounted at the bottom of the case.

Be Quiet! Announces the Dark Base 900 Case

Be Quiet!, the market leader in PC power supplies in Germany for ten consecutive years*, presents the Dark Base 900 series featuring two absolute high-end cases with groundbreaking features. With unmatched flexibility through a modular design, efficient cooling with SilentWings 3 fans and an extremely low noise level, the newest addition to be quiet's portfolio is the optimal solution for enthusiasts and individualists. The cases feature a remarkable elegant design, topped off on the Dark Base Pro 900 with a stunning side window made of tempered and tinted glass. This model also includes LED lighting and a wireless Qi charger.

The brand-new be quiet! Dark Base 900 series leaves nothing to be desired regarding possible system configurations because the modular design opens up various possibilities for the optimal placement of components. Proving the point, the removable motherboard tray can be installed in six different positions and can accommodate all types of boards up to E-ATX or XL-ATX form factor. Fitting the specific hardware and cooling configuration, the perfect orientation can be found without any issues. In addition, it is very easy to assemble most of the parts outside of the case. In combination with the individual HDD slots the Dark Base 900 and the Dark Base Pro 900 offer unbeatable flexibility and compatibility, providing a perfect enclosure for high-end configurations with watercooling and overclocking, absolute silent systems, as well as upper-class workstations. For the necessary storage devices, the Dark Base 900 series also offers sufficient mounting space: up to 15 solid state drives, 7 HDDs, and 2 optical drives can be installed.

Master Case 4 and Master Case 6 by Cooler Master Pictured

Here are some of the first pictures of the Master Case 4 and Master Case 6 by Cooler Master. Both cases are built on a slightly different design language than the Master Case 3, Master Case 5, and Master Case Maker 7, in that they lack the signature top-edge hexagonal element housing the front-panel. If you ignore that bit, the two cases to feature the same elegant cuts and creases from the rest of the lineup. The Master Case 4 is a micro-ATX tower, with room for full-fledged, liquid-cooled micro-ATX gaming PC setup, including room for a pair of 240 x 120 mm radiators. The Master Case 6, on the other hand, is a mid-tower with more of the same features. We don't believe the Master Case 4 and Master Case 6 will be in the same price-band as the rest of the Master Case series, but we'll have to wait and watch.

Gargantuan Master Case Maker 7 by Cooler Master Pictured

Cooler Master scaled its Master Case design both ways this Computex. It was shrunk down to micro-ATX proportions with the Master Case 3, and now you have this larger full-tower brute, the Master Case 7 Maker. This case has room for large motherboard form-factors such as HPTX, XL-ATX, EATX, SSI-EEB, besides more common ATX ones. You can cram up to three independent liquid cooling loops into this one, with room for three 480 mm x 120 mm (or 420 mm x 140 mm) radiators, over a dozen 3.5-inch drives, and much more. The side panel features a classy tempered glass panel covering the top (motherboard tray) compartment, with a grill covering the bottom (drives + PSU) compartment, that doubles up as vent for one of your three big radiators. It's just as modular as the Master Case Maker 5, and you can use any of its readily available accessories (except body panels) with this case.

Cooler Master's Outdoorsy Master Case 5T Detailed

The next addition to Cooler Master's Master Case series features racy styling, and likes to go out to LANs, the Master Case 5T ("T" stands for "turbo"). For the most part, the 5T resembles the original Master Case 5, but differs with a new crimson+black finish. Crimson-red lines the border of the signature hexagon element on the front, and the interiors, including the motherboard tray, the drive cages, and the slot covers. The other, more visible change, of course is the top static handle, which lets you carry the case around to LANs. This handle doesn't come in the way of the top-panel's cooling features, including a vent for a triple-fan radiator underneath.

Cooler Master Micro-ATX Master Case 3 Detailed

Cooler Master shrunk its Master Case down to micro-ATX proportions, with the new Master Case 3. This case retains the design language of its bigger mid/full-tower siblings. The case features a felt-touch fan-controller and temperature probe, while the USB 3.0 (type-A and type-C) ports and HDA audio jacks are receded to a notch right under the hexagon element. Inside you get room for the largest micro-ATX motherboard out there, and over 30 cm of graphics card length room, 16 cm CPU cooler headroom, standard ATX PSUs, and a handful of 3.5-inch and 2.5-inch drive bays.

Raijintek Paean Dual-Compartment Tower Case Pictured

Raijintek showed off its innovative new semi-open tower-type case, the Paean. This dual-compartment case with a vertical partition in the middle, consists of four metal rods, and a thick middle-plate on which the various parts of the case are suspended. The sides of the case are covered by 4 mm thick tempered glass panels. The left compartment holds your motherboard (up to EATX length), and liquid cooling components, while the right compartment holds your storage devices, the PSU, and the front-panel. The case measures 288 mm x 590 mm x 420 mm.

Rosewill Gram Entry-level Mid-tower Case Pictured

Rosewill's case lineup begins with Gram, an elegant and minimalist entry-level mid-tower. The case covers all the basics for people with their first DIY build, including a single 5.25-inch drive bay, a number of 2.5-inch drive bays along the floor of the motherboard compartment, and more 3.5-inch bays in the bottom compartment shared with the PSU bay. There's room for graphics cards as long as 36 cm, and CPU coolers as tall as 16 cm. The front panel has room for a 240 mm x 120 mm radiator. USB 3.0 ports (standard header) and HDA jacks make up the front-panel connectivity.

Rosewill Intros the RAWP-141209 Washable Case Fan

That's right, a case-fan that you can wash...with water. Rosewill may have solved the biggest woe of enthusiasts without access to dry-cleaning fluids to clean their fans, with the RAWP-141209. This 120 mm spinner is washable with water. Its other chops are pretty decent, too - a Teflon nano bearing, 500 to 1,500 RPM speeds, PWM support, and 64.75 CFM of maximum air flow. While it's washable, it isn't water-proof. So don't get the one idea on every DIY liquid-cooling enthusiast's mind - to immerse their radiators into a large fish-tank.

AeroCool Also Intros the P7-C1 Line of Cases

The third component of AeroCool's brand unifying Project 7 series, is the case, with the company designing the P7-C1. This case is characterized by its hexagonal shaped front, with pointed top and bottom panels, and the chassis being suspended on two supporting feet, a la CM Cosmos. It's larger than most mid-towers, and closer to the league of full-towers. Primed for liquid cooling the cases feature bottom-mounted drive bays, freeing up the entire top compartment for the motherboard and your arsenal of liquid cooling components. AeroCool is preparing several variants of this case, based on primary color, LED color, and whether the case features a tempered-glass side-panel, or a more conventional SECC panel with acrylic window.

Lian Li PC-J60WRX Case Pictured

Here are some of the first pictures of the PC-J60WRX, the company's new ATX mid-tower case for the season. The case is characterized by black brushed-aluminium panels with red accents. This case too is firmly rooted in the post-5.25" era, with the forward portion having room for a radiator, and the top having a radiator bay that stretches all the way to the front. This gives you room for a 240 mm x 120 mm radiator up front, a 360 mm x 120 mm radiator on the top, and the usual 120 mm rear exhaust. The case's storage areas are lined along the bottom, with five 3.5-inch bays, and one 2.5-incher. The case measures 210 mm x 507 mm x 489 mm (WxHxD).

ID-Cooling Enthusiast Case with Monitor Stand Spied

ID-Cooling is ready with a new enthusiast grade rail-type case, which doubles up as a VESA-mount monitor stand, so you could pack a real wallop behind your >27-inch display. The rail-type case features a 3-dimensional T-shaped frame, with an L-shaped frame tapering to the back. The cage has room for a mini-ITX motherboard, but with enough clearance for a long, 2-slot high-end graphics card. You also get room for a fairly big high-Wattage PSU, and enough clearance for a DIY liquid-cooling loop (including a reservoir, a 240 mm x 120 mm radiator), and the works. A tinted tempered-glass panel tops off the case from the rear. A small cutout lets you manage your cable spaghetti and route cables to your monitor.

Lian Li Unveiling New Desk, PC-O10 and New Armorsuit Chassis at Computex

Lian-Li Industrial Co. Ltd would like to extend an invitation to all interested parties to visit its booth at Computex 2016! It will display a number of new cases, including the recently announced PC-O9 and Ebonsteel series. On top of revealing the next O-series PC-O10 and long-awaited update to the Armorsuit line, Lian Li will also put the spotlight on its computer desk chassis, showcasing the DK-04 standing desk, and unveiling an all-new model.

Visitors to the booth can see the DK-04 standing computer desk chassis: an elegant, aluminum computer chassis that doubles as a standing desk for work, or a sitting desk for play. Plus, Lian Li will have a yet-unannounced, all-new DK-series desk chassis in tow. Come take a seat at the desks and try them on for size. Several years ago Lian Li unleashed the Armorsuit line: the no-holds-barred series of aluminum super tower cases with thick panels and massive component clearances. Between large form factor motherboards, robust air and water cooling schemes, multiple-VGA card builds, and elaborate RAID storage arrays - pretty much anything could be built into these cases. Nearly eight years later, Lian Li is thrilled to reveal the next Armorsuit chassis. Get ready to rumble.

CRYORIG Teases Two New Cases Bound for Computex 2016

For Computex 2016, CRYORIG is revealing their first foray into PC cases with two innovated and uncommon projects. The CYORIG OLA is a Mac Pro inspired cylindrical home theater lifestyle ITX PC case with focus on performance and cooling. The CRYORIG TAKU is a monitor stand PC case that focuses on maximizing desk space while slides open for easy access to hardware. Both the OLA and TAKU projects are still in early development. CRYORIG is planning on a "Ask Anything" live stream event on June 1st during Computex for user feedback on both projects.

With the OLA, CRYORIG is attempting to create a PC experience case that not only looks sleek enough for it to be a center piece of the living room but also capable of housing powerful full length GPU's. Inspired by the Mac Pro, the OLA is cylindrical with a purpose. With a Cylindrical shape the OLA achieves increased internal air volume, and zero airflow dead space. Individual compartments for the CPU, PSU and GPU prevents heat overflowing to other areas. Dual shark-gill like side air intake ducts run the length of the case to insure cool air intake for both the CPU/mainboard area and the GPU.

In Win Unveils the 303 Mid-Tower Case

In Win unveiled the 303, its latest mid-tower case featuring a monolithic design with as few cuts, curves, and creases as possible. Available in matte black and glossy white, with a full tempered glass side panel; the 303 measures 500 mm x 215 mm x 480 mm (HxWxD), with room for graphics cards as long as 35 cm, CPU coolers as tall as 16 cm, up to 20 cm long PSUs, and standard ATX motherboards.

The 303 features a top-perpendicular PSU bay, covered by a 3x 120 mm (360 mm) radiator bay. There's a similar radiator bay along the base of the case. A rear 120 mm fan completes the ventilation. Drive bays include two each of 3.5-inch and 2.5-inch. Front panel connectivity includes HDA audio jacks, and two each of USB 3.0 (type-A, standard header), and USB 2.0 ports. The 303 is expected to be priced at 99€ (incl VAT).

Cooler Master Launches Flagship Maker Series

Cooler Master, a leader in design and manufacturing computer components and peripherals, today launched a range of products built for the PC community at large. The top-of-the-line Maker products (MasterCase Maker 5, MasterAir Maker 8, and MasterWatt Maker 1200) are designed to enable enthusiasts and professionals to build their version of the ultimate PC. With the first wave of Maker products, Cooler Master delivers an ecosystem that embeds excellent performance and superb quality within a customizable medium which gives users the freedom to explore, express and enjoy their creativity as it unfolds.

"Our newly launched products really put our fans in control. Whether it be through controlling and monitoring the MasterWatt Maker 1200 through the Cooler Master Connect software, by changing the top cover of the MasterAir Maker 8 to their own taste or by selecting a case that's specifically configured for their very own needs." said Joost Gommans, EU Marketing Manager. "It's the first step towards providing a customizable, upgradable and adjustable ecosystem for the community."

Antec Announces the P9 Window Case

Antec, Inc., California-based manufacturer of high-performance computer cases, power supplies and mobile accessories, announced today the availability of the P9 Window, the latest addition to Antec's award-winning Performance series. The enclosure is now commercially available at a price of £69.99 (MSRP including VAT). The P9 Window is a fusion of stylish design and a sophisticated cooling system. Like all models in the series, the P9 Window is specially equipped to dampen system noise to the point where the computer is almost inaudible even when the fans spin at a higher speed.

The P9 Window excels in combining a sleek, modern design with noise dampening features for silent computing and provides maximum performance and functionality for gamers when pushing the system to the limits. It is perfect for users of silent computing looking for the bare essentials. However, this chassis is also easily capable of supporting high-end hardware for gaming systems. As part of the Performance Series, the P9 Window brings the same level of performance as its predecessors at an affordable price while offering a wide variety of high-end features.

Lian Li Intros PC-O5SW Black-White Case

Lian Li introduced a black-white variant of its PC-O5SW case, featuring matte black interiors contrasting white aluminium exteriors, and a large, clear-acrylic window on its side panel. The SFF case has room for a mini-ITX motherboard, with risers wiring out four expansion slots along the plane of the motherboard (ideal for triple-slot graphics cards), a slimline optical drive, three 3.5-inch drive bays through a detachable drive rack, and two 2.5-inch bays behind the motherboard tray, which convert to one 3.5-inch bay.

An SFX PSU is needed to power your rig up. Ventilation includes two 120 mm top exhausts, and a 140 mm right side-panel fan. The case supports graphics cards with 19 cm length with the 3x 3.5-inch HDD rack in place, and up to 31 cm with it removed. PSUs as long as 140 mm are supported, and CPU coolers as tall as 85 mm. Measuring 384 mm x 465 mm x 148 mm (WxHxD), the case weighs 6.4 kg. Front-panel connectivity includes two USB 3.0 ports (standard header), and HDA jacks. The PCIe riser supports PCIe gen 3.0 standard.

Enermax Ostrog ADV Case Pictured, to be Unveiled at Pax East

At Pax East (Apr 22-24), Enermax plans to unveil two new cases, the Ostrog ADV (pictured below), and a new micro-ATX case it calls "SteelWing." Pictured below, the Ostrog ADV is a color LED-equipped variant of the original Ostrog, featuring LED bands framing the front facade, the top fan exhaust vents, the interiors (visible through large acrylic windows), and a pair of 120 mm front-intake fans.

The Ostrog Adv features what Enermax is calling "MaxBrite Technology," giving you control over the illumination and its brightness. The rest of its feature-set appears the same as the original Ostrog. Enermax didn't detail the SteelWing beyond mentioning that it features "full aluminium craftsmanship and reinforced glass."

Corsair Releases the Carbide SPEC-ALPHA Mid-Tower ATX Case

Corsair, a world leader in enthusiast PC hardware and components, today announced the immediate availability of the Corsair Carbide Series SPEC-ALPHA mid-tower gaming case. With a large side panel window and bold angular styling, the SPEC-ALPHA offers sharp looks in black/grey, red/white or the previously un-announced black/red to complement its efficient cooling. Packed with features to make your next gaming PC build better, the SPEC-ALPHA boasts three 120 mm fans for Direct Airflow Path cooling, a three-speed fan control and the ability to house a variety of high-end PC hardware.

With its modern, angular appearance, the SPEC-ALPHA really stands out in a crowd. There's plenty of modern features inside too, with native USB 3.0 support, room for up to four SSDs, and a three-speed fan controller for the three included 120 mm fans, allowing users to set their own cooling sweet spot. A large window shows off your internal components and the Direct Airflow Path layout, which provides superior cooling by getting rid of unnecessary drive bays. SPEC-ALPHA is also able to accommodate a front mounted 240 mm radiator compatible, allowing for additional liquid-cooling upgrades.

Lian Li Announces the PC-J60 Case with Cable Management Compartment

Lian-Li Industrial Co. Ltd announces the PC-J60 chassis. This aluminum mid tower chassis is perfect for PC builders who want to banish loose cables for a clean PC build without all the hassle. The PC-J60 makes it easy for builders to have attain the immaculate, organized appearance of popular case builds and mods. A large aluminum cover sheathes the PSU and drive racks along the bottom panel, shrouding them from view in the main compartment so VGA cards and other more glamorous parts can hog the spotlight. Several cable holes with rubber grommets are positioned around the motherboard cut out, along with built-in cable ties, to make organization a breeze.

The PC-J60's default configuration includes two 120mm intake fans drawing cool air directly to the expansion cards through large vents flanking the entire front panel. Another large 140mm fan sucks some of this air downward into the PSU compartment over the drive racks, and is vented via the power supply in the back. On the top panel, this case can mount an addition three 120mm fans, or water cooling radiators fitting 430mm length, 160mm width, and 60mm thickness. All of the included fans and fan mounts feature removable mesh air filters.

Lian Li to Showcase Latest O and Q Series Cases at CeBIT 2016

Lian-Li Industrial Co. Ltd is pleased to announce that it will bring the latest O Series PC-O9, Q series PC-Q34, and new PC-J60 to CeBIT 2016. Lian Li would like to extend an invitation to all to visit its booth (Hall 17, Booth H24/1) to glimpse its exciting new products.

The O Series launched in 2014 and was lauded for its aesthetics - Lian Li's hallmark brushed aluminum combined with large tempered glass windows, allowing DIY enthusiasts to showcase their most elaborate builds. Like its predecessor, the PC-O8, the PC-O9 uses a larger form factor and incorporates big, beautiful glass panels, but is halved into two compartments: an all-glass area for showcasing hardware, and a more convention aluminum section for hiding cables, drives, and the power supply.

Sharkoon Announces the DG7000 Case for Demanding Gamers

The Sharkoon DG7000 ATX Midi Tower, designed specifically for gamers, impresses with its unique appearance and astounding functionality. The case, made from robust materials, is suitable for gaming PCs. Thanks to an optimized cable management system the DG7000 always ensures a tidy appearance, which is viewed through the acrylic side window. On the bottom of the case, up to three 3.5" hard drives and a power supply can be installed behind a stealthy panel. Two pre-installed 140 mm LED fans are concealed behind the stunning front with mesh elements, a 140 mm LED is installed in the rear panel. The DG7000 is available in red, blue and green versions, each with matching colored LEDs, LED fans and interior painting. Two USB 3.0, two USB 2.0 and two Audio ports on the case front panel offers easy access for connecting peripheral devices.

The special design of the case allows discreet cabling plus provides lots of space for the installation of various components. The power supply and up to three 3.5" hard drives can be mounted decoupled behind a panel on the bottom of the case. The mainboard and the component cabling is also discreet. In addition to the CPU cooler cutout, there are numerous other openings surrounding the mainboard for all required cables. For water cooling, the DG7000 offers the possibility of a 280 mm radiator, with a total height of 5.7 cm including fan, to be attached to the front of the case. A tower cooler up to a height of 17.5 cm can be installed. Maximum length for graphics cards is 38 cm; power supplies with a maximum length of 23 cm. Pre-installed dust filters protect the installed hardware from contamination. For cleaning, they can be easily removed and put back on. Another dust filter is also pre-installed on the top panel, which can be easily removed thanks to the magnetic fastener.

Spire Announces the TRICER 1408 Micro-ATX Tower Case

Spire is delighted to announce its new Micro ATX chassis, the Tricer 1408. This divine pc enclosure is black and bold, built with quality materials and features you are looking for in a Micro ATX tower chassis. The exterior design clearly displays grace and style, without sacrificing functionality. This Micro ATX form factor PC chassis features the USB 2.0 and USB 3.0 on the front panel as well as AC97/HD audio ports.

Not only the outside resembles class also the interior comes with nice features, the engineers at Spire have thoroughly thought out the structure and ease of assembly while building this enclosure. Full mainboard tray with large surface area that gives the pc builder the room they need in order to assemble the components. Top and front re-enforced drive bay rack for secure mounting of Optical and Hard Disc Drives. Loaded with style, quality and performance the Tricer is the selection for professional PC users and System Integrators.
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