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Phanteks Enthoo Evolv mATX Tempered Glass Case Review

Phanteks’ line of Enthoo Evlov cases has been one of our favorites over the past couple of years. This year they are giving the tempered glass treatment to many of the models in the series. Today we are going to be checking out the tempered glass version of the Evolv Micro-ATX case. This is the successor to the first ever Evolv case and combines 3mm aluminum with dual tempered glass side panels. This case has already proven to be one of the best out there and adding tempered glass panels is going to make it even better. Phanteks has also added RGB LEDs to the front of the case and around the power button, which you can sync with your motherboard software. Let’s take a closer look at all this tempered glass and see if the Enthoo Evolv remains to be one of the best choices for Micro-ATX system builders.

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Posted by amiller in Blog, case, Cases, Enthoo Evolv, Enthoo Evolv mATX, Evolv, Micro ATX, PC Case, Phanteks, Review, Reviews, Tempered Glass

In Win Shows Off Cases With Wooden Accents

In Win is showing off two new cases at Computex which combine aluminum, glass, and wood to create a very unique aesthetic. The first case is the In Win 806, which has a treated plywood exterior, which is much different than the brushed aluminum designs that we are used to seeing.

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PrimoChill Praxis WetBench Review

Unlike typical PC cases where you have a wide variety of options to choose from the test bench category is very limited. Having a test bench is great, it allows you to easily switch out hardware, monitor components and much more. We have two different test benches here at ThinkComputers and when we were building out our Z270 test system it was time to get third. Both of our previous test benches got the job done, but had certain things that we did not like. After doing some research the PrimoChill Praxis WetBench was at the top of our list. The motto for the Praxis is “A testbench with watercooling in mind” which definitely caught our attention. The biggest thing about many test benches is that really do not have radiator support, which is very disappointing as we use AiO’s for our test systems. Let’s jump in and see if the Praxis is the perfect test bench for us!

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Posted by amiller in Blog, Cases, PC Bench, PC Case, PC Test Bench, Praxis, Praxis WetBench, PrimoChill, Review, Reviews, Test Bench, Watercooling, WetBench

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