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Phanteks Releases Three New Eclipse P300 Color Options

Phanteks is excited to be releasing three new colors to the P300 Lineup: Black/Red, Black/White, and White. With its full metal exterior and a tempered glass side panel, the Eclipse P300 has an exceptional build quality in its class.

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Posted by amiller in All News, Blog, Cases, Eclipse P300, Hardware News, PC Cases, Phanteks, Press Releases

In Win 305 Case Review

Last year we took a look at In Win’s 301 chassis, which was one of the most elegant micro ATX / mini-ITX chassis we’ve ever seen. In Win had the 303 for a while, which was the ATX version of the chassis, but they new have a newer 305, which is still an ATX chassis, which a few changes from the previous 303. This case is a combination of tempered glass and SECC steel with a splash of brushed aluminum on the front panel. In Win puts together these elements in such an elegant way that this case really has that modern look. You can pack some pretty beefy hardware inside this case with graphics card support up to 350 mm and 360 mm radiator support. Let’s jump in and see if this case can wow us like the 301 did.

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Posted by amiller in 305, Blog, case, Cases, Chassis, In Win, mid tower, PC Case, Review, Reviews

Corsair Carbide Series SPEC-OMEGA Case Review

Back in October of 2017 we looked at a budget-oriented case from Corsair, the SPEC-04. Jump forward a few months to CES 2018, and we were presented with a new case from Corsiar’s Carbide series, the SPEC-OMEGA. Packing a similar angular design as other recent SPEC cases, the SPEC-OMEGA is a mid-tower ATX case with bold looks. Add in support for plenty of cooling, as well as some integrated lighting and tempered glass side panel, and you have the makings of a pretty good case. Let’s see if the SPEC-OMEGA lives up to our exSPECtations.

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Posted by amiller in ATX, Blog, Carbide, case, Cases, Corsair, SPEC-OMEGA

Phanteks Evolv Shift X Case Review

The Phanteks Evolv Shift X immediately strikes you as a unique and beautiful work of steel and glass. It is incredibly aesthetically pleasing. Striking even. However, as we take a moment and ponder further we see that beauty, as it often does, comes at a cost. This chassis will accept only Mini ITX motherboards, it is small. The length or height (depending on orientation) hides the fact that this case is basically SFF and as such must be approached with care and tact. Follow along as we find out both what it takes to build in this nearly boutique work of art as well as whether or not you really want to.

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Posted by amiller in Blog, case, Cases, Computer Case, Evolv Shift X, ITX, Mini ITX, PC Case, Phanteks, Review, Reviews

Thermaltake View 71 Tempered Glass Edition Full Tower Case Review

It seems we are starting to see less and less full tower cases out there. With graphics card manufactures not really supporting over 2 cards in a multi-GPU setups we are seeing less and less over those crazy large builds. Full towers have been reserved for workstations and crazy watercooled builds. I’ve always been a fan of full towers, their size, space for components, and quality you typically get. Thermaltake is a company that has continued to put out full tower cases and today we are checking out their View 71 Tempered Glass Edition. This case as you can guess comes with tempered glass side panels, but not just on one side, you’ll find four tempered glass panels on this case! On top of that you have room inside for long graphics cards, a ton of hard drives, and lots of watercooling. Let’s get building in the View 71 Tempered Glass Edition and see what it is all about!

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Posted by amiller in Blog, case, Cases, Full Tower, PC Case, Reviews, Tempered Glass Edition, Thermaltake, View 71, View 71 TG

Phanteks Enthoo Pro Tempered Glass Case Review

With high performance and flexibility as the pillars of the Enthoo Pro’s design, it was only natural for Phanteks to evolve the case’s design by adding a tempered glass side panel. Taking a design that allows for lots of airflow and liquid cooling options, without a premium price, Phanteks’ inclusion of a hinged TG side […]

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Posted by amiller in Blog, case, Cases, enthoo, Enthoo Pro, Phanteks, Reviews, Tempered Glass

Cooler Master MasterCase Pro 6 Case Review

I have been a fan of Cooler Master’s MasterCase series of cases since I first reviewed the MasterCase 5. MasterCase was sort of a reinvention of the CoolerMaster brand, they really went back to basics and built a case that catered to builders and enthusiasts. Since then all of the MasterCase cases were designed with similar elements that made building in them easy and trouble free. Today we have the latest addition to the MasterCase series, the MasterCase Pro 6. With the MasterCase Pro 6 Cooler Master is going for a subtle and sleek look. This look is achieved with the new discreet air vent design, which allows you to “pop-up” the top and front panels to allow for airflow in and out of the case. Being a builders case you have room inside for the latest hardware, plenty of cooling options including 3 included cooling fans, and a modular internal design. Let’s see what the MasterCase 6 is all about!

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Posted by amiller in Blog, case, Cases, Cooler Master, MasterCase, MasterCase Pro 6, mid tower, PC Case, Review, Reviews