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SilverStone Intros New Precision and Sugoi Series Cases

At Computex 2018, SilverStone showed off additions to its premier case lines - Precision and Sugoi. The Precision series is expanded by the new PS07-E (working title) and PS15 micro-ATX cases. The PS15 features a refreshingly simple layout - the motherboard and PSU bays are accessible from the left side, while the drive cage from the right. This way your drive cable clutter, and unused PSU cables are tucked away on the left side, taking advantage of the crawlspace behind the motherboard tray. You get familiar design elements from SilverStone, including a meshed front panel, a large top vent with removable filters, and a tempered glass right side panel. There are five fan bays in all, of which three are 140 mm capable, all 120 mm capable. The case measures 190 mm x 365 mm x 351 mm (WxHxD).

Next up, is the PS07-E micro-ATX tower. This case features a solid brushed metal front unlike the PS15, and a characteristic "hump" up top, which slides down along rails to reveal a 5.25-inch drive bay, three USB 3.0 ports, and HDA jacks. The Sugoi TJ08-Pro is practically identical to this case, but has a meshed front fascia. Inside, both cases feature an upside-down (BTX-style) micro-ATX motherboard tray, bottom-mounted PSU bay, three 3.5-inch drive bays, and two additional 2.5-inch mounts; and a staggering four 140 mm fan mounts, in addition to the 120 mm rear exhaust.

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.

SilverStone New Lucid - Clear View Series Cases Spied

SilverStone this Computex unveiled its new Lucid Clear View series vertical cases. Available in micro-ATX (LD01 and LD02), and mini-ITX (LD03) sizes; the cases are characterized by gobs and gobs of tempered glass, with internal layouts optimized to let you show off most of your RGB LED-illuminated hardware. The LD01 and LD02 have a tower-like appearance, while the LD03 has a more cubical appearance. The LD01 is more glassy, and has glass panels on all but the rear and bottom sides. A chrome accent runs the top. This case measures 215 mm x 405 mm x 410 mm (WxHxD), and features three 3.5/2.5-inch drive-bays, in addition to two 2.5-inch mounts. Besides a 120 mm rear exhaust, you get four 140 mm mounts (two on the front, two along the top).

The LD02 is the slightly cheaper micro-ATX option, characterized by an aluminium bar running along its height, and tempered glass panels only along its front and right-side. It has the same number and configurations of fan-mounts and drive bays as the LD01, but is slightly bigger - 217 mm x 405 mm x 433 mm. Both the LD01 and LD02 orient the micro-ATX motherboards "upside-down," BTX-style. Lastly, there's the LD03. This case is more metal, less glass, and only has it along its side panels, in polygonal shapes. You get one each 3.5-inch and 2.5-inch drive bays; two 120 mm and one 80 mm fan-mounts; and the ability to mount a 240 mm x 120 mm radiator. The motherboard is oriented such that its rear I/O alights with the top of the case, and the graphics card stands tall through a riser. The case measures 277 mm x 415 mm x 230 mm.

FSP Introduces CMT230 and CMT240 Mid-Tower Cases

FSP, a worldwide leader in innovative, reliable enthusiast PC components, today unveiled the new CMT230 and CMT240 Mid-Tower cases. The CMT line has proven itself as one of the most trusted case series on the market over the years, offering modern design, flexible cooling options and easy setup for any mainstream gaming system. Both models offer plenty of cooling options to meet the demands of the most component-heavy systems. Where ergonomic design meets flexible ventilation needs, both elegant cases are the ideal solution for today's mainstream gaming systems and customization enthusiasts.

Refined style, blue LED lights and mesh front panel design (CMT230) or solid metal front panel (CMT240) with flexible ventilation options keep your components always running cool. Both models support up to six 120mm/140mm fans or up to two 280mm radiators for more cooling options to ensure that your cooling performance will no suffer even if you add more components to your system. The CMT230 comes standard with three blue LED fans, while CMT240 sports solid steel front panel with blue LED light bar. On top of that, our smart design and magnetic adhesion make it easy to always keep your PC dust-free and spend less time on maintenance.

FSP Announces the CMT330 and CMT520 Cases

FSP, one of the leading manufacturers of power supplies in the world is pleased to announce its new CMT 330 and CMT 520 mid-tower PC gaming cases. Ready for gamers of every budget, the CMT 330 and 520 offer the flexibility to integrate air, All-in-One, or custom liquid cooling. The CMT330 sets itself apart from the current industry trend by supporting two Blu-ray drives, or other 5¼" module currently on the market, and the CMT520 features a modern, tempered glass and RGB look while keeping a keen eye on airflow. Both CMT330 and CMT520 come with pre-installed fans to meet the basic need for air cooling. Both cases use the exact same internal layout to support larger ATX motherboards with 8 PCI express cards. Large (163 mm) CPU coolers, Graphics cards (423 mm), 4x 2½", and 2x 3½" drives fit in the cases with ease. A rich front panel with 2x USB 2.0, 2x USB 3.0, headphone and microphone jacks are standard.

The CMT520 is the new high-end, yet affordable PC Gaming case from FSP. It features four RGB fans that support Motherboard RGB control, like Asus Aurasync, Gigabyte RGB fusion, and MSI Mystic light. Those RGB fans shine behind the tempered glass front and side panels, and are beautifully reflected by the PSU shroud's Halo Cover, which mirrors the inside of your case. With airflow being a critical design in the CMT520, the front panel offers ventilation for cool air to enter the chassis, allowing both a front or top 360mm radiator to receive great cooling.

Kolink Intros Observatory and Stronghold Mid-tower Cases

Kolink have released their latest editions to the midi-case range, both of which come with identical core designs but each with a customized front panel. The Observatory, which features a very distinctive hexagonal design, is encased with front facing tempered glass panel and back lit with RGB fans. The Stronghold is built with an aluminum effect steel front panel, offering a classic tempered glass case design.

FSP Announces CMT110 and CMT120 Mid-Tower Cases

FSP just added 2 new members to their CMT series, CMT110 and CMT120. These 2 mid-tower cases each offers 2 options to fit users' preferences, a transparent side panel on the CMT110 and a solid side panel on the CMT120.Both versions adopted a clean cable management layout to allow users to easily route their cables for the motherboards and parts. The cases are able to fit a 160mm tall heat sink, a graphics card up to 340mm long, and an ATX form factor PSU to the case. Both cases come with a dust filer to protect your parts, and the top panel of the case is built with a magnetic dust filter for easy access.

These cases are designed with good airflow intake in mind, thus they are built with neat interior to help cool down the temperature inside. The PSU guard design creates an independent upper and lower wind channels for optimized cooling results. There are 6 fan mounts available for users who would like to upgrade their cases further, they can mount two additional 120mm fans on the front panel, one 1220mm fan on the top panel, two 120mm fans inside, and one 120mm fan on the back panel.

SilverStone Announces Availability of RedLine RL07 Cases

SilverStone today announced availability of its RedLine RL07 series ATX mid-tower cases. The cases were first unveiled at the 2017 Computex expo. They are characterized by the asymmetric front-panel design in which one half slopes downward, and the other one upward, with the gaps between them being studded with LEDs. The case comes in two principal variants - white with blue LED lighting, and black with red LED lighting. A tempered glass panel forms the left side panel. Under the hood, it features a contemporary horizontally partitioned layout.

The top compartment has room for an ATX/micro-ATX motherboard, with add-on cards up to 41.5 cm in length, and CPU coolers up to 16.7 cm in height. The bottom compartment houses a PSU up to 19 cm in length, and three 3.5-inch drive bays (which each support 2.5-inch drives). Three additional 2.5-inch drive mounts are located behind the motherboard tray. Fan mounts include three 120 mm front intakes (which convert to 2x 140 mm), and a 140 mm rear exhaust. You can mount either a 360 mm x 120 mm radiator along the front-panel, or a 280 mm x 140 mm radiator there (besides smaller radiators). 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.

Raijintek is PC Building Simulator's Newest Hardware Partner

The UK based independent game publisher, The Irregular Corporation, is pleased to announce that RAIJINTEK, PC hardware manufacturer, have joined the PC Building Simulator project as a partner. At launch, players will have the option to build PCs in-game using RAIJINTEK's popular range of air and liquid coolers plus an assortment of cases, all, lovingly recreated using 3D graphics and fully functional within the simulation.

Mr. Steve Shih, GM of Raijintek Co. Ltd in Taiwan at RAIJINTEK said "We're delighted that players will be able to experiment with Raijintek components in PC Building Simulator! This will be a great tool for people who are keen to build their own PC, but unsure where to start.".

Lian Li Alpha Series Cases Now Available

Lian Li Industrial Co. Ltd is pleased to announce the all-new Alpha series of PC cases. Where Lian Li has traditionally crafted unique, high-quality aluminium PC cases with unique design elements, the Alpha series combines that unique approach to compartmented PC chassis design and combines it with the traditional mono-space PC case. This has created a unique series of mainstream PC cases that feature Lian Li's inspiring tempered glass panels and liquid cooling potential while preserving the layout of traditional PC builds.

The quality still defies industry standards with 1 mm thick SECC steel and 4 mm thick tempered glass panels. But, a true tempered glass case is traditionally hard on cable management, that's why cable management in the Alpha series, with glass panels all-around, is a priority. With cable blinders available all-around, a PSU shroud and two-level transparency glass panels, amazingly clean builds can be made, from mini-ITX to 8-slot Extended ATX motherboards with vertical GPUs. The Lian Li Alpha series are a fresh, new performance and design direction in the PC design industry, with a minimum of protrusions and plastic in order to create a new beacon of light and sleek design in a sea of "gaming" inspired cases.

Raijintek Releases Three Beautiful Tempered Glass Cases

Raijintek have just release three new cases for their tempered glass series: the Coeus Elite, Coeus Evo, and Paen M. The Paean M is Raijintek's first watercooled open bench case. All three cases feature up to four individual panes of 4.0 mm tempered glass giving a great view to their new range of LED fans. In addition to the three new cases, Raijintek have also announced the PAXX conversion kit consisting of a riser card extender cable and a special PCI slot bracket.

NZXT Introduces the H Series Cases

Today NZXT is announcing the all-new H Series PC cases showcasing its vision for modern PC building. The H700i, H400i, and H200i include the newly-developed, fully-integrated Smart Device controller providing the same capabilities as NZXT's highly-acclaimed GRID+ and HUE+ products. Each case comes build-ready with pre-installed RGB lighting and pre-wired Aer F fans, saving the cost and hassle of adding RGB and fan controllers.

The Smart Device also adds an audio sensor to measure fan noise, enabling a new feature called "Adaptive Noise Reduction." This intelligent, cloud-based algorithm leverages the power of shared data and machine learning to develop fan curves that can reduce system noise by up to 40%. A patent-pending cable management system makes it easy to keep your system neat and tidy, without wasting time on your wiring. And finally, all H Series cases feature a tempered glass side panel so you can show off the stunning results of your build.

Lian Li Introduces New Series of All-aluminum Convertible Tower and HTPC Cases

Lian Li Industrial Co. Ltd is proud to present the new range of all-Aluminium PC chassis, the PC-Q50, PC-V320, and PC-V720. In a time of tempered glass and RGB lighting, Lian Li's new cases offer a return to classic PC chassis, crafted with high-quality materials and offering a spacious solution to high-performance builds for regular desktop and HTPC use. Despite their classic looks, the PC-Q50, PC-V320, and PC-V720 are all equipped with, and ready for the latest PC technology, this includes a USB 3.1 Type-C connector on the front panel. All three models will be available in a bare Aluminium or Black and come equipped with in take and exhaust fan (depending on the model) in an already well-vented chassis. With models sized for Mini-ITX, MicroATX and ATX motherboards, PC enthusiast looking for a luxurious case to adorn their desk or home entertainment center have a freedom of choice.

SilentiumPC Announces Regnum RG4 in Four Variants

Next level value for money meets maximum airflow in the classic Regnum RG4 chassis. Based on dual-chamber internal layout this model offers functionality and solutions for all modern system requirements, supports up to 380 mm long graphics cards and up to 159 mm tall CPU coolers. To ensure proper cooling properties Regnum RG4 comes equipped with three quiet 120mm fans and full range of intake dust filters. The system can be extended to up to five fans in total and can be controlled via built-in fan controller. Liquid cooling enthusiasts will appreciate radiator mounting spots at the top (120/240) and front (120/240/360) for either various AIO solutions or fully custom loops.

Four different variants are available. Choose from classic, solid side panel (RG4, RG4F) or trendy tempered-glass for showing all your precious hardware (RG4T and RG4TF). Our regular Pure Black color has now a fresh alternative, Frosty White.

Cooler Master Displays MasterBox Line-up of PC Cases at Computex 2017

At this year's Computex, Cooler Master showed off their hardware-quarantining PC cases in the MasterBox family. The first model we'll be bringing up is the MasterBox Q300T, which straddles the line between a PC case and art, with its angled surfaces and angled resting position. This is quite an interesting piece, and is meant to be integrated with your decor as much as with your gaming hardware.

Phanteks Showcases Their Unique EVOLV Shift, Shift X SFF Cases at Computex 2017

Two of the more unique mass-market designs on show on Computex 2017 have to be the Phanteks EVOLV Shift and Shift X SFF cases. These are the essence of a tower case (though they can also lie on their side like a roman citizen at dinner time, if you are so inclined.) These are aluminum and tempered-glass crafted cases, with a ridiculous 17 (W) x 27 (D) x 48 (H) cm footprint on the Shift. The Shift X is the taller solution of the two, with a 65 cm height. These little cases than could support water cooling and component placement in multiple orientations, and include an integrated RGB controller to boot.

The front I/O contains just two USB 3.0 ports, but it's the interior which shines. Phanteks managed to cram a lot into such a compact form-factor. Motherboards will have to be of the mini-ITX type, there's no way around that; however, there's also with support for 2x PCI slots, and the Shift X brings support for 2x internal 3.5" and 2x 2.5" drives (you can also mount 2.5" solutions on the 3.5" bays, mind you.) It also supports PS2 PSUs, while the smaller Shift has to cut one of the 3.5" bays, and only supports SFF PSUs. However, for their sizes, both Shifts support 3x 120 mm and 3x 140 mm fans on the front of the case, and 1x 120 mm, 1x 140 mm fans on the bottom. The EVOLV Shift will retail for $110, while the Shift X brings that number up to $160.

Enermax Grace Fun and Grace Mesh Detailed

Enermax Grace Fun and Grace Mesh are the company's latest ATX mid-tower cases with fairly conventional innards - a horizontally partitioned layout that frees up tons of room for graphics cards and CPU coolers; multiple 3.5-inch drive bays, and two 120 mm front intakes, three 120 mm top exhausts. This is where the similarities end.

The Grace Fun has a white steel front panel which feels like a refrigerator body to touch. You can stick fridge magnets onto this, or even stir up your creativity using headset-stands, etc., with strong enough magnets. The Grace Fun also comes with a tempered glass side panel. The Grace Mesh has a conventional steel mesh front panel with two 5.25-inch drive bays; and a steel side panel with an acrylic window. Both cases launch later this year.

Aerocool Quartz and Quartz Pro Cases Pictured

Aerocool showed off the Quartz mid-tower and Quartz Pro full-tower cases at the 2017 Computex. The two feature a consistent design theme, with a large polygonal acrylic front window, tempered glass side panels, and factory-fitted RGB LED fans, with IR remote control for the lighting, color, and fan-speed. The Quartz features a fixed front window since it lacks an exposed 5.25-inch drive bay; while the Quartz Pro has a front door with the acrylic window, which opens up into the front intakes and an exposed 5.25-inch drive bay. As the larger case, the Quartz Pro has room for larger E-ATX motherboards, with more drive bays, and mounts for larger 140 mm fans (although the three 120 mm intakes are carried over from the Quartz).

Antec Presents New PC Cases and Efficient PSUs at Computex

In the year of their 31st anniversary, Antec Inc., a leading provider of high-performance computer components and accessories for the gaming, PC upgrade and Do-It-Yourself market, will present a number of new PC cases as well as a new line of power supplies over the course of this year's 2017 Computex exhibition in Taipei, Taiwan. Antec will showcase their new solutions at the Grand Hyatt Taipei, Room No. 2424. Antec's featured enclosures include new cases of the renowned Antec Performance One Series as well as a new line of Gold-certified power supplies.

Fractal Design Announces the Focus G Series Cases

Let your hardware shine with the new Focus G series chassis. The new Focus G series from Fractal Design is the cornerstone for your PC build, showcasing the hardware aesthetics at the heart of your system with elegant accents and sophisticated style.

Contemporary ATX (Focus G) and Micro ATX (Focus G Mini) case designs accommodates high-performance components with smart and efficient space utilization for a compact footprint. Extensive cooling options are available with support for tall CPU heatsink/fan combos and water cooling with multiple radiator configurations.

Cooltek Announces the NC-Series Gaming Cases

Cooltek announces the NC-series premium gaming PC cases. With the cases of the new NC-series we present two elegant midi towers with aluminum decorative elements in the front. The cases distinguish themselves by their modern design and the particularly appealing price/performance ratio. The NC-01 and NC-02 are available both with window side panels made from "tempered glass" and closed standard side panels.

The NC-01 offers a very elegant front panel with two aluminum rails at both sides of the MESH front. One 5.25 inch bay is available for the installation of an optical drive. Silver HiFi-style case feet underline the classic look of the case. At the front of the top panel 2 x USB 2.0, 1 x USB 3.0, a two channel fan control and the HD audio connectors are located. Power- and reset button can be found here as well, just like the HDD- and Power-led.

Jonsbo Announces QT03A and VR2 Cases, and FR-101 Fan Series

Jonsbo announces the QT03A, VR2 and FR-101 fan series. With the QT03A and the VR2 we present two particularly classy PC cases. The combination of high-quality materials, an exemplary processing and an eye for detail emphasize our products from the gray mass of the case market. In addition to this, we present our first series of fans, the FR-101.

The QT03A is a based on the popular QT01 "Antiphon". It is not a replacement, but expands the portfolio by another Midi tower. Like the QT01, the QT03A uses an anodized aluminum front. The two sides made of 5 mm thick "tempered glass" further refine the case and allow for an almost unimpeded view into the interior.

Corsair Launches Three New Crystal and Carbide Series Cases

CORSAIR, a world leader in enthusiast memory, high-performance gaming hardware and PC components today announced the release of three new high-performance ATX PC cases. The new Crystal Series 570X RGB and 460X RGB pair renowned CORSAIR build quality and ease of use with beautiful tempered glass and vivid RGB lighting, allowing PC builders to admire and illuminate their system like never before.

The Carbide 270R combines sleek minimalist design with an exceptional internal layout designed to make systems easy to install and look their best. Whether you're building your dream PC or your first PC the new CORSAIR Crystal and Carbide series cases offer the features, looks and quality to help you Build It Better.

LC Power Unveils the Gaming 986 Series Cases

LC Power is proud to present two brand new mid-sized ATX tower cases aimed at gaming enthusiasts: Gaming 986S White Shadow and Gaming 986B Dark Shadow. Both products are built with high quality materials, including aluminum and tempered glass. They are both compatible with ATX, Micro-ATX as well as Mini-ITX motherboards. The cases sport the following dimensions (Width, Height, Depth): 223 x 482 x 467 mm and weigh approx. 19.84 lbs. In addition to their aluminum bodies, the side panels are made of tempered glass, which allows taking a glance at the computer's components without disassembling the tower.

Included are two 120 mm case fans that are softly lit by red (White Shadow) or blue (Dark Shadow) LED lights. The cases allow a high degree of customization, providing five additional slots for mountable fans, up to seven in total: 3 x 120 mm in the front, 1 x 120 mm inside the case, 2 x 120 mm at the top and 1 x 120 mm in the rear panel. This should meet the expectations and needs of even most demanding gamers. It is common knowledge that with greater processing power, comes greater cooling responsibility after all.
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