Another member of fractal design Define family came to our test lab to show its features and muscles. Fractal Design Define C was release a while ago together with the Define Mini C case. Both are available with or without window side panel. We received [...]
Define Nano S from Fractal Design finally made it to our lab today. It's pretty small and actually designed to be used for all ITX systems. Great, but is there anything special about this case? Well, yes. It supports watercooling with some limitations, [...]
Phanteks is expanding its case portfolio with new Eclipse Series. The simplified case interior offers enough space even for custom liquid cooling. The case was designed for users without big budget, who still wish to have some useful features and nice [...]
Phanteks’ new Enthoo Pro M Acrylic case variant includes a full acrylic side panel. This "open space" case allows you to show all your HW beauty inside. The acrylic variant is an update of already existing Enthoo Pro M with windowed side panel, but the [...]
As the new trend of open PC cases starting to be quite a thing, the Core P5 from Thermaltake came to market just in time. Of course, we were also curious, and asked Thermaltake to provide us with one sample, so we can have a closer look at it.
Today we are going to talk about Raijintek. This young company started in 2013 is expanding its products all over the world. They focus on bringing value products for affordable prices to the market. Their main focus is on air and liquid cooling as well [...]
Not long ago we did a review of Corsair Carbide Clear 600C and today we already have another Corsair case here named Carbide 400Q. It's smaller when it comes to dimensions, but still quite capable to house even 360mm radiator in front and at least three [...]