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Lian Li PC-V3000 Prototype Chassis Pictured

Here are some of the first pictures of Lian Li PC-V3000, the company's upcoming flagship chassis. Characterized by Lian Li's favorite material, aluminium, the case features the company's signature design language, with dark, brushed-aluminium exteriors, and silvery aluminium interiors. The company released pictures of a prototype case, with a final release out later this year. Keeping up with the times (i.e. horizontal partition), the PC-V3000 features a vast twin-compartment layout, only that the motherboard layout is inverted (opens out at the right side, with the motherboard being positioned BTX-style).

The Lian Li PC-V3000 has room for ATX and E-ATX motherboards, with room for graphics cards with lengths in the neighborhood of 40 cm, and coolers with heights around 20 cm. The bottom compartment is further partitioned vertically, with the left-side compartment housing the PSU bay and a 3x 3.5-inch drive-cage; while the right-side compartment either serves up room for your liquid cooling gear (such as a 420 mm x 140 mm radiator), or additional 2.5-inch drives. The motherboard tray has three drive mounts on its reverse side. Cooling includes 3x 140 mm side intake, 120 mm rear exhaust, and 3x 120 mm top exhausts.

Akasa Intros the Venom LX Chassis

Akasa today unveiled its Venom LX mid-tower chassis. Designed with a contemporary internal horizontally partitioned layout, the case serves up room for an ATX or E-ATX motherboard with graphics cards up to 370 mm in length, and CPU coolers 170 mm in height. The two 5.25-inch drive bays are non-intrusive in design. Other drive bays include two 3.5-inch inside the bottom compartment, and three 2.5-inch along either sides of the motherboard tray.

Cooling features include two 240 mm x 120 mm radiator mounts, one each along the front- and top-panels; and a 120 mm rear exhaust. The standard variant (A-ATX03-A2B) features an opaque side-panel, although variants with large acrylic windows (clear A-ATX03-A3B, tinted A-ATX03-A1B) are also available. Front panel connectivity includes three USB 3.0 ports, and HDA audio jacks. Measuring 520 mm x 445 mm x 200 mm, the case weighs 4.8 kg. The company didn't reveal pricing or availability information.

Antec Announces the GX1200 Mid-tower Chassis

In the year of their 30th anniversary, Antec Inc., a leading provider of high-performance computer components and accessories for the gaming, PC upgrade and Do-It-Yourself market, is presenting the new Gaming Mid-Tower GX1200. The exceptional gaming chassis will soon reach store shelves and online retail outlets in Europe with a MSRP of EUR 84€.

The GX1200 is a successful blend of stylish design and cooling performance - ideal for Gamers. The mid-tower measures 500 mm x 200 mm x 520 mm (L x W x H). The GX1200 is compatible with mini-ITX / micro ATX / standard ATX/ E-ATX motherboards and supports up to 410 mm VGA cards. The case boasts two 3.5"/2.5" HDD drive cages, three 2.5" SSD drive cages as well as seven PCI-Expansion slots. The enclosure's thought-out cooling system offers two pre-installed 120 mm front LED fans (customizable with seven color options) and offers space for optional four 120 mm fans, one in the front, two on top, one exhaust fan the rear section of the GX1200.

Corsair's Boldly Styled Air Series 740 Chassis Pictured

Following up on the disruptive Air series 540 chassis launch, Corsair is ready with the larger, more boldly styled Air 740. Pictured below, the vertically-partitioned dual-chamber case one-ups the main design quirk of the 540's asymmetric look, with a new, bold-looking front that has hints of enterprise/workstation styling to it.

Inside, you get room for an E-ATX motherboard, some very tall and long graphics cards, CPU coolers, liquid cooling setups, and a boat-load of drives, including 5.25-inch, a well-plated 3.5-inch external drive bay, and multiple internal 3.5-inch/2.5-inch drive bays. The left side compartment has room for the PSU, and a number of drive bays. We spy multiple radiator bays. The case measures 458 mm x 415 mm x 332 mm (HxDxW). It's listed on Italian online store for €159.90 including taxes.

Source: Comptior-Hardware

XIGMATEK Announces the Midgard IV Chassis

XIGMATEK today unveiled the Midgard IV full-tower chassis (model: EN8248). Made of SECC steel and ABS, this case offers room for E-ATX, ATX, and smaller motherboards, with a contemporary horizontally partitioned layout. The larger top compartment houses the motherboard tray, and a detachable 5.25-inch drive-cage. The bottom one houses 3.5-inch/2.5-inch drive-cages, and the PSU bay. Additional 7 mm-thick 2.5-inch drives can be housed along the rear-end of the motherboard tray. The case can house 9 3.5-inch/2.5-inch drives in all.

The Midgard IV cooling system consists of two 120 mm front fans (preinstalled), a rear 120 mm fan, and three 120 mm top exhausts. With the 5.25-inch drive-cage out of the way, you can even mount a 360 mm x 120 mm radiator up front, with another 360 mm x 120 mm on the top. The case features room for graphics cards as long as 450 mm, and CPU coolers as tall as 170 mm. The case measures 510 mm x 210 mm x 530 mm (LxWxH). Front-panel connectivity includes two each of USB 3.0 and USB 2.0/1.1 ports, and HD audio jacks.

Lian Li PC-O8SW All Tempered Glass Chassis Pictured

The PC-O8SW is a unique new case from Lian Li, with internal vertical compartmentalization that looks seamless from the outside, covered with tinted tempered glass on the front and side panels, while aluminium lines the top, rear, and bottom panels. Inside, you get room for an E-ATX motherboard, 29 cm long video cards, 16 cm tall CPU coolers, 420 x 140 mm radiators and more. The three tempered glass panels are supported by aluminium pillars with a brushed aluminium exterior finish.

Lian Li PC-09WRX Pictured Up Close

Tinted tempered glass appears to be the cool new material at Lian Li, and Computex in general. The traditionally aluminium case maker dressed most of its cases in the hot new material. Our tour of the booth begins with the PC-09WRX. This may not be the first dual-compartment case, but looks distinct, in that its left (motherboard tray) compartment is made almost entirely of tempered glass, while its right (PSU, drives) compartment almost entirely of aluminium. The left compartment is larger, to make room for more of the liquid cooling gear you want to show off.

The motherboard tray supports large E-ATX boards, besides common form-factors. It has room for graphics cards as long as 29 cm, and CPU coolers as tall as 29 cm. You can mount 360 mm x 120 mm radiators on both the front and top panels of this compartment. The right compartment can hold PSUs as long as 29 cm, and features six 3.5-inch drive bays, which are each convertible to 2.5-inch, and two other 2.5-inch bays. As expected, the case features an RGB LED kit.

Phanteks Announces the PowerCombo - Power Your Rig with 2 PSUs

Phanteks today announces the release of their patented Power Combo. The Power Combo is design to maximize your power output by allowing you to connect two power supplies. The Power Combo will be a true plug and play that requires no splicing and cutting of the wires. The Power Combo is design to be safe and secure. The Power Combo features a redundant power supply architecture concept, this prevents the system from shutting down when one power supply fails. This ensures that all your vital information and data will not be interrupted or lost.

The Power Combo can run high end systems that requires more power output by combining 2x top tier PSUs. The Power Combo is fully compatible to Mini ITX, mATX, ATX, and E-ATX motherboards. The Power Combo features a unique soft start circuit that limits the inrush current to help improve stability and reduce transient voltage drops. The Power Combo will help share the load current of the two power supply and improve the power efficiency. The Power Combo is cost efficient and provides maximum power and efficiency.

BitFenix Pandora ATX Case Detailed

BitFenix unveiled the Pandora ATX at Computex 2015. The case is a re-imagination of the original Pandora ITX case, launched last Computex, for the ATX form-factor. The Pandora ATX is scaled up in almost all ways to the original, and retains its styling. The case offers room for ATX and E-ATX motherboards, with eight expansion slot covers (so you can install a dual-slot graphics card on the bottom-most slot of your motherboard). There's room for CPU coolers as tall as 160 mm, graphics cards as long as 380 mm, and PSUs as long as 220 mm.

Storage spaces include two 3.5-inch, and three 2.5-inch internal drive bays. Cooling system is governed by a 4-channel PWM-based fan-controller, with a 2.8-inch TFT LCD display, giving you fan-speed and temperature readouts. Fan vents are aplenty, with two 140 mm (or three 120 mm) front intakes, two 140 mm (or three 120 mm) top exhausts; and a 120 mm rear exhaust. The front and top vents can each hold on to either a 3x 120 mm, or a 2x 140 mm radiator. Both these big vents have magnetic dust filters.

In Win 909 Yet Another Eyeball Magnet

It's never a Computex without a wacky albeit highly desirable premium case by In Win. This time around, it's the new 909. This ATX full-tower is made of high quality brushed aluminium panels decking an aluminium frame; with a tempered glass side panel, with front panel connectivity flowing to the side. The case has room for E-ATX motherboards (up to 8 expansion slots), with add-on cards as long as 320 mm, and CPU coolers as tall as 180 mm. The PSU bay can hold on to a high-end unit as long as 220 mm, with room to spare for your cable spaghetti.

The cooling system on the In Win 909 includes two 140 mm front intakes, a 120 mm conveyor between the drive cage and motherboard tray, either three 120 mm or two 140 mm rear exhausts, and two 120 mm bottom intakes. You can turn these into room for a 140 x 280 mm front radiator, a 120 mm middle radiator, a 360 mm or 280 mm rear radiator, and a 240 mm bottom radiator, 35 mm to 60 mm thick. Front panel connectivity includes a USB 3.1 Type-C connector (standard header), three USB 3.0 Type-A, and HDA audio jacks.

Mercury S8S Gets a Permanent Spot in CaseLabs' Lineup

Premium custom PC case maker CaseLabs announced that the limited-edition Mercury S8S is now a permanent addition to the company's lineup, with plans for a new production run. The case will start at US $389.99, with a boat-load of customization options. A successor and variant of the Mercury S8, the S8S is a cubical E-ATX / SSI-EEB case with a motherboard tray along the plane of the base, which acts as a partition for its three chambers.

Designed for liquid-cooling builds, the case features multiple locations where you can place 360 x 120 or 240 x 120 mm radiators, and a full-fledged liquid cooling loop for builds with 3-4 graphics cards and up to two CPU sockets. The case offers a great deal of flexibility, letting you convert space for liquid-cooling hardware into additional drive bays, to accommodate up to 18 3.5-inch hard drives, or up to 36 2.5-inch SSDs. Measuring 369 mm x 483 mm x 380 mm, the case dry-weighs 7.25 kg, and is made almost entirely of aluminium.

Thermaltake Announces Core X9 Snow Edition Chassis

Thermaltake, an industry leader in computer chassis, thermal solutions, and power supply units, launches the Core X9 Snow Edition E-ATX cube case, a continuation of Thermaltake's tradition of innovative design and edgy technology, particularly for liquid-cooling system cases. Featuring a cube design, the series offers endless stackable ability and expandability for enthusiasts to create massive liquid cooling systems for a single system, file server or even dual systems. Users can customize the chassis for the best viewing presentation with interchangeable window and I/O panel design. Delivering outstanding cooling performance with compatibility for extensive DIY/AIO LCS and overclocking components, the Core X Series further enhances the reputation Thermaltake enjoyed for its earlier air cooling units.

Core X9 Snow Edition offers an expandable system allowing enthusiasts to incorporate externally-modular upgrades. When stacked together, the chassis opens up space to expand the liquid cooling system, the storage solutions, or even create dual systems, thereby enabling a dedicated top/bottom set-up for pure cooling. Also, the maximum radiator length supported is 600 mm on the front side.

Antec Officially Announces P380 Flagship Chassis

Antec, Inc., California-based manufacturer of high-performance computer cases, power supplies and mobile accessories, announced today the availability of the P380, the latest addition to Antec's award-winning Performance One series. The new Quiet Computing flagship is now commercially available from 209 € (MSRP including VAT).

The P380 is a fusion of stylish design and a sophisticated cooling system, with the proven Quiet Computing features of Antec's Performance One series. Like all models in the series, the P380 is specially equipped to dampen system noise to the point that the computer is almost inaudible when the fans spin at a higher speed.

Thermaltake Launches Core X1, X2, X9 Stackable Liquid Cooling Ready Cases

Thermaltake, an industry leader in computer chassis, thermal solutions, and power supply units, once again provides trendsetting impetus in liquid cooling technology to introduce the new Core X Cube Series (X1, X2, X9), iTX, M-ATX, E-ATX motherboards supported respectively; this series a continuation of Thermaltake's tradition of innovative design and edgy technology, particularly for liquid-cooling system cases. The New Core X Series models come with the exclusive Tt LCS Certified logo.

Applied only to products that pass the design standards of hardcore enthusiasts, the philosophy of the exclusive Tt LCS certified was created so users can know which chassis has been tested to be most compatible with extreme liquid cooling configurations to ensure the best performance, features, and fit. Featuring a cube design, the series offers endless stackable ability and expandability for enthusiasts to create massive liquid cooling systems for a single system, file server or even dual systems.

Raidmax Announces Vampire PSU Series, and Vampire Winterfall Case

Several new products from Raidmax are now available. The Taiwanese manufacturer presents with the Vampire PSU series particularly reliable and stable power supplies for budget-conscious user. The 80+ Gold certified power supply units impress with their magnificent price-performance ratio. Also new is the Vampire Winterfall, a voluminous Big Tower in white that offers soft touch surface and a variety of practical features.

The highly efficient power supplies are specifically designed for power hungry gaming systems. A silent running, temperature controlled 135 mm fan is responsible for the cooling of the internal components. The automatic control guarantees a continuous air flow at a minimum noise level. The Vampire power supplies use a semi-modular cable management. ATX- and EPS-plugs are fixed to the PSU, while PCI-E, SATA and Molex plugs are modular. This allows the user to choose the optimum cable set-up for their system. In order to meet the power requirements of modern systems, the Raidmax Vampire use two separate 12V rails.

ENERMAX Announces Thormax GT Full Tower Chassis

Enermax launches its new full tower chassis: Thormax GT. This full tower case comes with the ample interior to support E-ATX MB and up to 490mm length VGA cards, a superior cooling compartment to support 240 & 360mm depth liquid coolers, and many user friendly designs. Thormax GT is the best armor for professionals and enthusiastic gamers to suit up their giant system.

Thormax GT is built with an ample internal space. It can easily accommodate the E-ATX sized motherboards and can also support up to four dual-slot graphics cards of 360mm depth; two VGA cards have a max length support of up to 490mm long with the HDD cage removed. Also, Thormax GT houses various drives spaces: four 5.25" bays with screwless latch design, five 2.5"/3.5" HDD trays and an additional 2.5" drive behind the MB tray for sophisticated data storage device management.

SilverStone Temjin TJ12 Monstrosity Detailed

SilverStone Temjin TJ12 was the elephant in the room at its Computex booth. This jumbo cubical case is huge - perhaps bigger than Lian Li PC-D600. Unlike the PC-D600, and Corsair's smaller Carbide Air 540, the TJ12 isn't a vertically-partitioned two-compartment case. Its motherboard tray (supports ATX, E-ATX, XL-ATX, and HPTX) is oriented along the plane of its front panel, with rear-I/O facing upwards. Add-on cards can easily be as long and tall as they make them. At the bottom of the case, are four large fans, with a mesh, onto which you can latch on radiators of all shapes and sizes. The drive cage and PSU bay are suspended along a sloping panel, in a way that they don't obstruct anything near the motherboard tray. The actual "front-panel" is located at the top. So the TJ12 is essentially a case you put on your floor. and access its goods from the top.

In Win Displays the GR1 and Direwolf Chassis

In Win showed off its GR1 flagship ATX full-tower chassis, that's conventional in design. Designed for E-ATX motherboards apart from conventional ATX types, the GR1 offers three 5.25-inch drive bays, eight 3.5-inch/2.5-inch ones, and a powerful cooling system that includes two 140 mm front intakes, two 140 mm bottom intakes, three 140 mm top exhausts, one 140 mm rear exhaust, and one 140 mm side intake. It combines matte white exteriors with matching interiors, with a dash of matte black. The case has ample room for water cooling gear. Also shown is the Direwolf mid-tower case. Measuring 485 mm x 210 mm x 506 mm, the case offers three 5.25-inch drive bays, and five 3.5-inch/2.5-inch ones. Cooling system includes one each of front, top, rear, 120 mm fans.

BitFenix Pandora and Atlas Pictured

Here are the first pictures of BitFenix' two new additions to its premium case lineup, the Pandora tower, and the Atlas cube. Pandora, like the Phanteks Enthoo Mini XL, is a 'case' of mistaken form-factor, in that it's designed for much smaller motherboards, but has the room to match up to a bigger one. The Pandora is designed for mini-ITX motherboards, but at 160 mm x 418 mm x 459 mm (WxDxH), is about the size of a micro-ATX tower. It lacks 5.25-inch drive bays, but has room for two each of 3.5-inch and 2.5-inch drives, a standard ATX PSU, and a ventilation system that includes two 120 mm front intakes, and two 120 mm rear exhausts. And yes, you can use them to latch on two 240 x 120 mm radiators.

The BitFenix Atlas, on the other hand, is a cubical case that's designed to compete with the likes of Corsair Carbide Air 540. It measures 383 mm x 443 mm x 541 mm (WxHxD), and is compartmentalized, much like Corsair's case. Its motherboard tray can seat E-ATX motherboards. There are no 5.25-inch drive bays, but a whopping ten 3.5-inch, and six 2.5-inch bays. Cooling system includes a staggering six 120 mm front intakes (can convert to four 140 mm), six 120 mm top exhausts (can convert to four 140 mm), a similar configuration at the bottom, and two 120 mm rear exhausts.

EVGA Unveils Its Z97-Based Motherboards

EVGA has today officially announced its first creations powered by Intel's Z97 chipset, the Z97 Classified (E-ATX), Z97 FTW (ATX) and Z97 Stinger Core3D (Mini-ITX) LGA1150 motherboards.

Priced at $199.99, the compact Z97 Stinger Core3D features a 10-layer PCB, 6-phase PWM, two DDR3-2666 memory slots, four SATA 6.0 Gbps ports, one PCI-Express x16 slot, Intel Gigabit Ethernet, 5.1 channel audio (powered by a Creative Sound Core3D processor), four USB 3.0 connectors, one eSATA port, and HDMI and DisplayPort outputs.

Xigmatek Unveils Odin ATX Full Tower Case

Xigmatek unveiled its latest high-end PC case, the Odin. It's positioned a notch below Elysium, the company's flagship super-tower. Measuring 580 mm x 205 mm x 495 mm (L x H x W), this monstrosity is made of high-grade SECC steel, and ABS plastic. It can house E-ATX motherboards in addition to common ATX and ITX motherboard form-factors. The card offers room for add-on cards as long as 330 mm, without having to detach any drive bays. The case features a concealed drive cage, which dampens vibrations from hard drives. The cage holds seven 3.5-inch drive trays, which each feature mount holes for 2.5-inch drives. Also featured are three 5.25-inch bays. Ventilation includes a 140 mm front intake, a 120 mm rear exhaust, two 140 mm top exhausts that feature individual lids on top of the case; and a 140 mm bottom intake. Front-panel connectivity includes two each of USB 3.0 and USB 2.0/1.1 ports, and HDA jacks. Xigmatek didn't announce pricing.

SilentiumPC Unveils the Aquarius X90 Water Cooling Friendly E-ATX Case

We at SilentiumPC are not afraid of water. That's why we decided to release a unique chassis designed specifically for liquid cooling your PC, the Aquarius X90 Pure Black. Design concept behind this case is simple - to give you extra space and flexibility for installing advanced custom water cooling loop without any modifications. While retaining mid-tower footprint the X90 amazingly spacious interior supports up to three radiators, E-ATX motherboards, 355mm VGA cards and is dual-PSU capable. Along with classy, minimalistic looks and real value for money the X90 is an ultimate choice for high-end gaming systems.

Thermaltake Announces Core V71 Chassis

Thermaltake, being an industry leader in computer chassis, thermal solutions, and power supply units today officially releasing new full-tower PC case - Thermaltake Core V71; the new of its kind concept for more versatility and adaptability to any configuration. The Core V71 full-tower E-ATX case gives PC enthusiast flexible installation and keeps the system cool. Users can modify for superior liquid cooling or superb airflow through seamless operation. This new chassis is the ultimate powerhouse suitable for any type of PC enthusiast - no matter liquid cooling or extreme airflow.

Engineered with the subtle curves, bold textures and clean lines, among many award winning case designs from Thermaltake, the Core V71 keeps it to include enthusiast level features while keeping the design simple. The massive mesh design maintains a constant stream of fresh air inside the case while keeping the hot air out. With integration of fan controller and LED indicator, which offering a perfect complement outside of the chassis.

ORIGIN PC Launches the Most Advanced and Customizable Desktop Case

ORIGIN PC announced a pool of new innovative harvest at CES 2014 today, beginning with the launch of the world's most well ahead and customizable desktop case exclusively for their line of award-attractive GENESIS and MILLENNIUM desktops for gamers, artists, professionals and enthusiasts.

Calculated and built from the ground up by ORIGIN PC, the all new GENESIS and MILLENNIUM desktop case redefines custom high-routine PCs with іtѕ aggressive industrial point and іtѕ unique patent pending map, Dithering Mounting. Dithering Mounting is a breakthrough map that allows the motherboard to be mounted in 4 different orientations: Ordinary ATX, Inverted ATX, 90 degrees or Inverted 90 degrees, and all surrounded bу a single desktop chassis point.

Aerocool Announces the XPredator Avenger and XPredator X3 Avenger PC Cases

Aerocool Advanced Technologies, one of world's leading manufacturers of excellent gaming PC gear, introduces the Avenger models as new additions to the XPredator super tower and the XPredator X3 high mid tower. Both chassis are part of the performance gaming system series PGS-B, aiming for ambitious Gamers. New Avenger models are bringing a really fresh and exciting color-mix to the PGS-B series.

Aerocool took a very different approach when designing the chassis: Compared to the usual models, which feature a mix of black and red as well as white and blue, new Avenger models are using a mix of the colors gold and red. This fancy color combination is not only used on the outside but has been well implemented on the inside as well.
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