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Thermaltake Releases New Level 20 GT RGB Plus Edition and Level 20 GT Edition

Thermaltake releases Level 20 GT RGB Plus Edition and Level 20 GT Edition Chassis, adding new premium full towers to the Level 20 collection. Featuring a gaming-oriented design with architectural aesthetics, Level 20 GT RGB Plus features four tempered glass windows with hinged door and smart lock designs for master durability and superb viewing capability. The Level 20 GT RGB Plus is installed with latest USB Type-C and USB 3.0 I/O Port. With high-end complete solution, it supports motherboards up to standard E-ATX and a patented rotational PCI-E bracket design that supports SLI vertical GPU mount.

Furthermore, the Level 20 GT RGB Plus is preinstalled with two Riing Plus 20 RGB and one Riing Plus 14 RGB fans, which can be controlled by TT RGB PLUS Software, allowing users to custom control fan speeds and lighting effects. Compatible with the latest PC hardware, AIO and DIY liquid cooling solutions, the commemorative Level 20 GT RGB Plus Edition Full-Tower Chassis declares a traditional refinement and contemporary mechanism to all the gamers and enthusiasts. As to Level 20 GT Edition, it shares most of the same traits with the RGB Plus Edition except for the preinstalled fans. Level 20 GT Edition is preinstalled with one 140 mm Riing LED Blue fans and options for up to two 200mm front/top fans for maximum airflows.

Raidmax Intros the X08 Tower-type Open Air Chassis

Raidmax today introduced the X08, a quasi-open air ATX mid-tower chassis. A collection of stamped out sheet-metal bolted to tempered glass side panels, the X08 holds a standard ATX motherboard with 7 add-on card slots. Its motherboard tray has room for graphics cards up to 40 cm in length, and CPU coolers up to 15 cm in height.

There are no drive cages as such, and you're left to mount 2.5-inch drives along the spinal panel with the motherboard tray. The only fan mounts are three 120 mm along the top panel, letting you install a 360 mm x 120 mm radiator there. Front-panel connectivity includes a pair of USB 3.0 ports, and HDA jacks. The case measures 610 mm x 255 mm x 525 mm (LxWxH). The company didn't reveal pricing.

Lian Li Unleashes Maximum Airflow with PC-011 Air Chassis

Lian Li Industrial Co. Ltd., world's leading manufacturer of aluminum chassis for enthusiasts and custom OEM/ODM case solutions is proud to announce its ultimate platform for cooling with the Lian Li PC-O11 Air high-airflow chassis. Bearing the same multi-chamber design as the PC-O11 Dynamic, the PC-O11 Air takes that design and maximizes it for the best amount of airflow and cooling ever. The perfect chassis for high-performance workstation where cooling is a must for stability and performance, the PC-O11 Air guarantees unmatched cooling potential to take your build to the fullest.

The O11 Air is available from $129, while the O11 Air with Bora fans is available for $149.

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.

ENERMAX Launches SABERAY, the Flagship RGB Gaming Chassis

ENERMAX, a leading designer and manufacturer of high-performance PC hardware products, launches SABERAY, the flagship RGB gaming chassis. Featuring bright and even lighting strips and 3 T.B.RGB fans, SABERAY delivers amazing and stunning lighting effects. Certified by ASRock, Asus, Gigabyte, and MSI motherboard manufacturers for RGB synchronization, SABERAY can smoothly match colors with other system components for a more appealing and elegant look.

The mid-tower gaming chassis supports 360 / 280 / 240mm radiators, providing gamers and modders with great flexibility in liquid cooling configuration. Furthermore, designed with both aesthetics and ventilation in mind, SABERAY includes interchangeable two meshed panels and one acrylic panel, so that users can run depending on different configuration and usage. SABERAY also comes with a 4mm panoramic tempered glass window, allowing users to show off their precious rigs.

Cougar Announces Panzer EVO RGB Chassis

COUGAR is proud to announce the arrival of the last and most powerful iteration of its renowned Panzer Full Tower series: the Panzer EVO RGB. Combining four tempered glass covers, powerful RGB lighting and the industrial inspiration design that has characterized the series, this case offers massive amounts of space and unparalleled aesthetics.

As its name indicates, RGB lighting is one of the strengths of this case. This is not limited to the four powerful Vortex RGB fans but also includes the COUGAR Core Box, capable of supporting up to 8 COUGAR RGB fans and four COUGAR RGB LED strips, as well as a driver-free remote controller. This allows users to start enjoying and customizing the more than 100 RGB lighting effects right out of the box, without going through any software installation or encountering compatibility issues.

Raidmax Intros the Zeta Mid-tower Chassis

Raidmax is on a spree of naming its new cases after letters of the Greek alphabet. Its latest creation is the Zeta mid-tower chassis, characterized by a tempered glass left side-panel, a bulged out metal right side-panel, and a perforated metal front, making for a mostly monochromatic design, when contrasted with its white LED-illuminated rear exhaust fan. Inside, you get a conventional horizontally dual-partitioned layout, with the bottom compartment almost entirely enclosed from the left thru the top.

The top compartment of the Raidmax Zeta serves up room for graphics cards up to 39 cm in length, and CPU coolers up to 16.5 cm in height. Besides room for a fairly long PSU, the bottom compartment holds two 3.5-inch drive bays, which can each also hold 2.5-inch drives. Two additional 2.5-inch drives can be mounted behind the motherboard tray, accessible from here. The bulge on the steel right side-panel adds a good 1 cm of extra crawlspace for thicker power and SATA cables to be routed. Cooling includes three 120 mm front intakes, three 120 mm top exhausts, and a 120 mm rear exhaust (fan included). Front panel connectivity includes two USB 3.0 ports, and HDA jacks. The case measures 466 mm x 218 mm x 475 mm (LxWxH). The company didn't reveal pricing.

Lian Li Announces Alpha Series Tempered Glass Chassis

Lian Li Industrial Co. Ltd., world's leading manufacturer of aluminum chassis for enthusiasts and custom OEM/ODM case solutions is thrilled to announce its latest chassis for gamers and enthusiasts with the Alpha Series chassis. Designed to blend the clean aesthetics of a tempered-glass chassis but have the familiarity and ease of a traditional PC chassis, the Lian Li Alpha series is designed to deliver an easy, functional and modern chassis featuring the latest advancements in chassis technology, all in one clean chassis. The Alpha 550 chassis features Lian Li's Bora RGB fans that deliver excellent and stylish lighting that is sure to make any build pop with its astounding RGB lighting capabilities.

With four tempered glass panels, gamers and system builders can express themselves more and show-off their hard-earned investment in their PCs. Full view of the internal components lets you appreciate your build even more and even more if you're customizing your build. The included vertical GPU riser makes it even easier to show-off your GPU! The 4mm thick tempered glass panel gives a premium feel and adds a unique feel to the panel. Let your build speak for itself and show it off with the Lian Li Alpha series chassis.

Antec Launches the P6: Micro-ATX Chassis Featuring Glass Panel, Logo Projector

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 tower of their award-winning Antec Performance Series: the Antec P6. The case is now commercially available from 59€ (suggested retail price including VAT).

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The latest addition to Antec's renowned Performance Series offers a smooth and streamlined appearance - ideal for a versatile micro-ATX build that fits every environment. The compact powerhouse measures 470mm x 200mm x 405mm (DxWxH) and is compatible with micro-ATX and ITX motherboards. The P6 supports VGA cards with a length of up to 390 mm and features a built-in LED logo projector to highlight the desktop set-up. The 4 mm tempered glass side panel makes it easy to show off the build.

Thermaltake Unveils View 37 RGB Edition and View 37 Riing Edition

Thermaltake, a leading premium gaming tower manufacturer, announced the immediate availability of Thermaltake View 37 RGB Edition and View 37 Riing Edition Mid-Tower Chassis. Constructed with a gull-wing window panel for internal components show-off, the View 37 Series delivers a sleek look to complement its excellent cooling. View 37 RGB Edition is preinstalled with 3 built-in Riing Plus 140mm Hardware Control fans, a Riing Plus RGB controller and a PCI controller to deliver 256-color RGB illumination and unparalleled ventilation.

More custom RGB lighting possibilities are permitted thanks to its light synchronization with enthusiasts' favorite RGB motherboard brands: Asus AURA SYNC/ Gigabyte RGB Fusion/MSI Mystic Light Sync-enabled motherboards. As to View 37 Riing Edition, it features 2 built-in Riing 14 LED Blue fans to illuminate and dissipate heat more properly. The duet doesn't disappoint when it comes to cooling potential and flexibility, with its ability to accommodate up to 8 case fans, including up to two large 200 mm fans at the front.

Raijintek Intros the ZOFOS EVO Chassis

Raijintek's latest release the ZOFOS EVO is a case which has been designed to be practical; featuring the latest sound insulation, magnetic covers and the option for either a fully enclosed or windowed case. This full tower case supports up to EE-ATX motherboards, 470mm GPUs and up to three 360mm radiators for a comprehensive gaming system.

Cougar Launches the PANZER-G Glass-Enveloped Chassis

Cougar has launched another tower chassis to its lineup in the form of the glass-clad PANZER-G. The PANZER-G makes its Cougar DNA known through its orange accents, which give an aggressive look to a pretty elegant case. The symmetry of the chassis has been achieved in a way that guides your eyes vertically through the chassis. It's a mix of industrialized glass, screws and alloy frames that's actually well put together, and the front glass panel and new generation Vortex fan LED design lends to the PANZER-G's subdued, yet clearly present, aesthetic.

Cooler Master Announces MasterCase H500P Mesh White Chassis

Cooler Master, an award-winning computer hardware manufacturer, today announces the launch of the MasterCase H500P Mesh White. For a system being pushed to its limits, the Mesh White offers unrestricted airflow.

Behind the mesh sits two, pre-installed, 200 mm RGB fans that propel air into an all-white interior chassis. The space and capacity inside ensures that the case is easy to build in and cable management is as streamlined as possible. The combination of tempered glass and industrial lines gives the H500P a refined, functional appeal for your build to look as great as it performs. "The H500P represents what building a PC is to us and our community-it's fun, rewarding, and self-expressive." -- Matteo Stracciari, Case General Manager.

Corsair Announces Obsidian Series 500D Chassis

CORSAIR, a world leader in PC gaming peripherals and enthusiast components, today unveiled a stunning new identity for its iconic Obsidian Series of enthusiast PC cases with the launch of the CORSAIR Obsidian Series 500D. Continuing the Obsidian Series' signature elegant and minimalist design, the 500D adds premium smoked glass tempered side panels and curved aluminium construction to create an enthusiast PC case that's thoroughly modern, inside and out. This is the new Obsidian.

With its clean exterior lines, smoked tempered glass side panels and a curved aluminum front, the Obsidian 500D combines minimalist design with the best in premium materials. Solid brushed black aluminum construction is impossible to miss, from the curved door handles, to the front plate and front-to-back top plate. Simply put, the 500D is built better.

HDPlex H3 V2 Fanless Chassis Pictured

Here are some of the first pictures of HDPlex H3 V2 fan-less HTPC chassis. The H3 sits between the tiny H1 and deck-sized H5. It has the height of the H5 and the width of the H1. The case measures 270 mm x 264 mm x 93 mm (WxDxH), weighing in at 5.5 kg. Its main chamber can house mini-ITX motherboards, and a half-height add-on card that's no more than 1-slot thick. As with most fan-less cases, the chunky, ridged aluminium body of the H3 V2 doubles up as heatsink for the CPU/SoC, and can handle thermal loads of up to 80W. The CPU block uses eight 6 mm-thick copper heat pipes to transport heat to the body. The case also has room for up to four 7 mm-thick 2.5-inch drives. Available now, it is priced at USD $240.

Raidmax Intros the Gama Mid-tower Chassis

Raidmax today introduced the Gama ATX mid-tower chassis (not to be confused with the NZXT Gamma). The case is characterized by a glossy and bulbous front-top section made of ABS plastic, which comes in four colors - white, piano-black, bright-green, and orange. Contrasting it are matte-black vertical slats. The left side-panel is dominated by a 4 mm-thick tinted tempered-glass panel.

Inside, you'll find a horizontally-partitioned layout, with the top compartment housing the motherboard tray, while the bottom one, which is enclosed from one side, holds the PSU and a couple of 3.5-inch drive bays. Two additional 2.5-inch drives can be mounted behind the motherboard tray. Cooling system includes either three 120 mm or two 140 mm front intakes, either three 120 mm or two 140 mm top exhausts, and a 120 mm rear exhaust. Front panel connectivity is basic, with two USB 3.0 ports (standard header) and HDA jacks. The company didn't reveal pricing.

GIGABYTE Intros Aorus AC300W Lite Chassis

GIGABYTE today released the Aorus AC300W Lite chassis, a slightly scaled down variant of its AC300W chassis with VR-Link. The Lite variant does away with the original's USP, the VR-link connection. The original has a front-panel HDMI port that plugs into the "VR-Link" internal HDMI ports of certain Aorus-branded graphics cards. The Lite variant also does away with the glowing Aorus logo on the bottom compartment cover. The rest of its specifications remain unchanged. You still get the RGB LED-illuminated front panel Aorus logo and accents, controllable by GIGABYTE RGB Fusion software.

Inside, you'll get a conventional horizontally-partitioned layout, with room in the top compartment for graphics cards up to 40 cm in length, and CPU coolers up to 17 cm in height; and the bottom compartment housing two 3.5-inch drive bays, in addition to the PSU bay. Two additional 2.5-inch drives can be mounted behind the motherboard tray. Ventilation includes either three 120 mm or two 140 mm front intakes, two 140/120 mm top exhausts, and a 120 mm rear exhaust. The company didn't mention pricing.

DeepCool Intros Earlkase RGB White Edition

DeepCool today introduced the White Edition variant of its Earlkase RGB mid-tower case. The case features a predominantly matte-white front, and interiors, with matte-black contrasting elements. The tempered glass panel that covers the entire left-side panel is slightly tinted. RGB LED elements in the design include the rear 120 mm fan, and a diffuser along one of the front panel edges. Internally, the case features a contemporary horizontally partitioned layout, with shrouds over not just the bottom partition, but also towards the front, where you'd normally hide a 360 x 120 mm radiator.

The top compartment, which houses the motherboard tray, has room for graphics cards up to 34 cm in length, and CPU coolers up to 16.5 cm in height. Storage areas include two 3.5-inch/2.5-inch drive bays in the bottom compartment, and four 2.5-inch drive mounts above the partition. Ventilation includes three 120 mm or two 140 mm front intakes, two 140 mm or two 120 mm top exhausts, and a 120 mm rear exhaust (fan included). Front panel connectivity includes USB 3.0 and USB 2.0/1.1 ports, and HDA jacks. Measuring 500 mm x 203.5 mm x 510.5 mm (LxWxH), the case dry-weighs around 8.1 kg. The company didn't reveal pricing.

Streacom Readies Fanless GPU Heatsink for DB4 Chassis

Expert fan-less case maker Streacom is putting final touches to its fan-less GPU heatsink for the DB4 cube-shaped chassis. The cooler transports heat drawn from the GPU onto the main body panels of the DB4, which dissipate it. Its design is similar to the CPU heatsink included with the case, in which a GPU base where four 6 mm-thick copper heat pipes make direct contact with the GPU, transport it onto a second block that makes contact with the innner wall of the body panel. The cooler comes with included heatsinks for memory and VRM of the graphics card, and is designed to handle thermal loads of up to 65-75W, which would mean lower-mainstream graphics cards such as the GeForce GTX 1050 (or below), and the Radeon RX 550 (or below).

Thermaltake Unveils the New View 91 Tempered Glass RGB Edition

Thermaltake, a leading premium gaming tower manufacturer, announced the immediate availability of the new Thermaltake View 91 Tempered Glass RGB Edition Super Tower Chassis at CES 2018 at the Venetian Hotel Veronese 2402 Suite from January 9th (Tue) to 12th (Fri). Boasting the trio huge 5mm thick tempered glass panels for internal components show-off, the View 91 TG RGB delivers a sleek look to complement its excellent cooling.

Apart from the four built-in 140mm Riing Plus LED RGB Fans, which offer patented 16.8 million colors LED ring, 12 single controllable LEDs, and are digitally PWM controlled through the patented Riing Plus RGB Software, the View 91 TG RGB can accommodate up to two large 200mm fans on top, three 140mm fans at the bottom, while there is still space for up to six 200mm fans inside the enclosure. Speaking of hardware support, this XL-ATX super tower is engineered as a high-end workstation to include a USB 3.1 Type-C port for extra data transfer speed, and has room for up to twelve 3.5"/2.5" HDDs plus "10+2" expansion slots. It supports CPU coolers up to 200mm in height, VGA lengths up to 600mm, and PSU sizes up to 220mm in length, and the latest AIO/DIY liquid cooling solutions.

Lian Li to Resurrect the LanCool Brand

Lian Li announced that it is resurrecting the LanCool brand of gaming PC cases. LanCool branded cases are differentiated from the main Lian Li series in typically being of a lower cost, having more steel in place of aluminium, and breaking away from the restrained and minimalist style Lian Li is known for. LanCool cases compete with some of the more mainstream ATX mid-tower and micro-ATX tower-type cases. With the advent of RGB multi-color LED lighting, tempered glass, and horizontally-partitioned designs, Lian Li probably sees a market in resurrecting a new gaming PC case line without diluting the Lian Li identity. The first LanCool cases post its resurrection, will be shown off at the 2018 International CES, which begins later this week. Below are some of LanCool's cases that are nearly a decade old. If they look contemporary today, they would have looked ahead of their time back then.

Thermaltake Unveils the View 22 Tempered Glass Edition Mid-Tower Case

Thermaltake, a leading premium gaming tower designer and manufacturer, announced the new Thermaltake View 22 Tempered Glass Edition Mid-Tower Chassis. Boasting a streamlined front panel design and a large tempered glass side panel, the View 22 TG backs up its look with a host of features to promise the best high-end case essentials. The View 22 TG's spacious design allows the case to house up to two 140mm intake fans and a pre-installed 120mm rear fan. Furthermore, the View 22 TG delivers superior cooling capability, with options to install up to one 360mm radiator, a CPU cooler up to 160mm in height, a VGA up to 400mm in length and a power supply with length of up to 160mm. The View 22 TG's built-in full-length power supply cover keeps unsightly cables from view, and allows for better airflow. When it comes to extended hardware support, the View 22 TG provides an up to four 2.5" HDD mount option, accompanied by dual 3.5"/2.5" compatible drive bays held in the power supply cover which allow for position adjustment according to the power supply length, and gives an additional seven expansion slots. With support for the latest PC hardware, the new View 22 TG Mid-Tower Chassis permits users unmatched aesthetics and limitless potential for system configuration.

Antec Adds the P110 Silent Case to Their Renowned Performance One Series

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 addition to their renowned Performance One Case series: The P110 Silent. The case is now commercially available from 109€ (suggested retail price including VAT).

The Performance Series is synonymous with performance, silence, and build quality. The P110 Silent continues the legacy, with sound insulating components and a host of features designed for high-end configurations. The frame measures 489 mm x 230 mm x 518 mm (L x W x H). The side panels of this mid-tower feature double-layered sound dampening material to block noise and the front panel is made of 0.8 mm aluminium. The front panel features an open structure and separates from the I/O modules. Secured by durable stainless steel pegs, the panel can be opened and closed with ease. The two-part magnetic top panel can be removed for cooling and sound-dampening flexibility and can be exchanged with additional two dust filters.

DeepCool QuadStellar Four-lobed Chassis Starts Selling

DeepCool started selling the QuadStellar four-lobed chassis, which made its debut way back in January, at the 2017 CES. An upscale of the TriStellar design, The QuadStellar design uses two diagonally-opposite lobes along with the central hub as the main compartment of the case that has the motherboard tray, with the other two lobes making up power and storage compartments. What's changed between the production case and the one showcased earlier, is that its green GamerStorm-specific LED lighting made way for RGB multi-color LED lighting.

The DeepCool QuadStellar is marketed by its makers as an ATX full-tower, which means there's room for EATX motherboards, besides standard ATX and smaller motherboard form-factors. The central chamber holds the motherboard tray and 8 expansion slots, there are six additional slots inside another lobe, so you can install your high-end graphics cards there, connecting through a riser, to take advantage of the tempered glass windows, to show off your creation. Other lobes house the PSU bay, and a number of drive caddies (eight 3.5-inch and five 2.5-inch). The case measures 523 mm x 485 mm x 485 mm. Cooling includes six 120 mm front intakes, 2x 120 mm side exhausts along two lobes, and three rear exhausts.
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