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The Montech Air 1000 Lite is a really interesting chassis since the brand is known for pushing the price-performance barrier while including new engineering and keeping functionality in mind. Let's see if the Air 1000 Lite manages to impress or is nothing but hot air.
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The Thermaltake Divider 200 TG fills the mATX gap in the Divider family of enclosures, but looks vastly different from the 300 or 500 series. With its stacked internal layout and cube shape in combination with the Divider's design elements, the Divider 200 TG is rather unique right out of the gate.
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The Antec Draco 10 is an mATX chassis aiming to deliver cool looks and a clean design with a bit of ARGB bling for those on a tight budget. While affordably priced, it still provides dual USB 3.0 as well as very good liquid-cooling capabilities, so it does seem to have a few aces up its sleeve.
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The Thermaltake Core series is a fairly unique enclosure family. Belonging to it, the Core P6 aims to provide users with everything possible. Having room for up to nine storage drives, four radiators, and the biggest hardware components, as well as the flair of being wall-mountable or an open-air frame, it has it all.
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The SilverStone Alta G1M allows for an mATX board while offering enough room for a 360 mm radiator or potent air-cooling setup alongside a long graphics card. With its unique layout and compact shape, you should have no issues placing the chassis on your desk the same as you would much smaller cases out there.
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Do you like the functional and spacious layout of the Divider 500 with its split window design, but also care about airflow? The Divider 500 TG Air will fit that bill perfectly. Alongside the unique core design, the metal panel's vent shape is not only different, but also surprisingly good-looking.
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The NZXT H510 Flow is based on the original H510, but offers a re-engineered front panel to solve the issue of airflow and thermal performance that was the Achilles heel of the original variant. Besides that, the case stays true to the same design and tooling, giving us a little blast from the past with hopes of remaining relevant today—two years later.
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The Lian Li Q58 is the company's take on a modern ITX enclosure. Aiming to walk the line between ventilation and providing windows to view your hardware, the Q58 features split panels that swing open. On top of that, you may opt for large AIO cooling or an ATX PSU as well, making the Q58 a beautiful and versatile option.
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The ITX-sized Cooler Master NR200P MAX is a slightly larger version of the NR200P. The additional room is used to house a 280 mm AIO, while also including an 850W SFX power supply. This makes the NR200P MAX one of few ITX enclosures that takes the guesswork of getting the best-possible cooling setup out of the equation.
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The Lian Li O11 Air Mini is not simply a vented version of the original O11 Dynamic Mini. Instead, Lian Li has taken the opportunity to tweak the case to offer better PSU support, more storage options, and a wider body for greater radiator support. All this makes the new Lian Li O11 Air Mini somewhat of a successor in many ways.
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The Hyte Revolt 3 is a compact ITX chassis with a handle, and a holder for your headphone. Even though small, the internal layout centers around the ability to hold a 280 mm AIO as well as a long, beefy GPU, making this both a unique and interesting choice for those looking to build a compact high-performance gaming rig.
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The Fractal Design Torrent is an all-new chassis with a unique internal layout and the ability to easily hold even the largest air coolers out there. Add plenty of space for custom loops and five intake fans, two of which are 180 mm, and the Torrent could be the breeze of fresh air Fractal Design needs.
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The Montech X3 Mesh comes with a whopping six LED-illuminated fans pre-installed. With its compact dimensions, all black or white color choices, and interesting price point, the X3 Mesh could be the go-to case for those looking for an affordable high airflow chassis.
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G.Skill's entry into the ITX chassis market looks rather unique with the tapered front. While not the first to offer bent glass, the Z5i sports quite the tight bending radius with its panels being the core design element. Read on to find out how the G.Skill Z5i enclosure fares against all the established brands out there.
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The Fara V1M Pro is a Micro-ATX enclosure that looks vastly different from most others in the line. With its clean exterior and embedded ARGB elements in the front, one could say it is among the better-looking ones of the bunch, so let's find out what's behind this cool design.
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The Montech Air 100 Lite is the entry-level version of the Air 100 line, with its black variant starting at $60. For a few dollars more, you get the chassis in all-white, which doesn't only look beautiful, but also makes it one of the few all-white cases out there at that price point.
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The R1 series of the SilverStone FARA line is the airflow option with two color choices, each with basic as well as ARGB fan-equipped PRO options. With the glass side panel and compact frame, it checks off all the boxes for a mainstream case on paper. Let's see how it fares under the review lights.
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Montech continues to expand the Air line-up with the Air 100 ARGB, a Micro-ATX enclosure with plenty of ARGB, a metal mesh front panel, and clean glass side. It will be interesting to see how well the Air design manages to deliver when shrunk down to this size.
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The Divider 500 TG ARGB is the largest of the new case family Thermaltake initially announced at the beginning of 2021. With its unique tooling and design elements, Thermaltake hopes to push beyond the OEM case redesigns that have become way too commonplace in the market these days.
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The Corsair 7000D Airflow is the largest of the new line-up. It takes the already spacious 5000D and makes it even bigger, with more storage, bigger fans, and even bigger liquid-cooling support—all while staying true to the design and details that make enclosures of this series so beautiful.
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The SilverStone RM42-502 is a 4U server rack chassis for building a potent dual-socket system for heavy workloads or rendering jobs. As such, it is sturdy as well as functional at its core. Even so, you are able to transform the chassis into a full SSI-EEB and SSI-CEB compatible tower case.
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The SilverStone Fara line of cases includes a wide choice of designs, price points, and sizes. With the Fara B1 series, you are presented with a compact ATX chassis in two variants: a base model without ARGB or the reviewed Pro variant with four ARGB fans and a fan controller.
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The Meshlicious aims to eliminate the biggest headache when it comes to compact ITX cases: the issue of heat. With its mesh sides, the chassis also offers an excellent amount of flexibility in terms of hardware while being sturdy and rather affordable for a case of this form factor.
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The Zalman X3 is a cool-looking case with several unique design elements for your eyes and emotions to feast upon. With its nifty side panels, clean window, and sweet, embedded ARGB in the top of the case, the X3 is quite the visual beauty. But its inner values count just as much, so read on to see how the X3 fares.
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The AZZA Cast 808 is an extraordinary chassis with an outer shell that has hinges at the top and bottom and a gap in the middle—it even lacks a rear panel. This makes the AZZA Cast 808 a unique open-frame case.
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