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Corsair Carbide Air 240 Review

The new Corsair Carbide Air 240 uses the same split-chamber design that Corsair introduced with the Carbide Air 540 but this time it is used in a smaller, more compact chassis with a low price under £70. A smaller chassis means you have to choose a Micro-ATX or Mini-ITX motherboard …

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Phanteks Enthoo Luxe Case Review

The new Enthoo Luxe tower case fills a gaping chasm in the Phanteks range between the £199.99 Primo and the £89.99 Pro (£79.99 without window). Priced at £129.99, the Luxe delivers a set of features that are similar to the Pro, however there are a couple of significant changes to …

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Aerocool Dead Silence DS200 Review

You get a number of clues about the Aerocool Dead Silence DS200 just from reading the name. This is a mid-tower ATX case that promises your new gaming PC build will be very quiet. I know the name says ‘Dead Silent’ but the marketing material actually refers to Super Silent. …

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Nothing stark about Aerocool’s Iron Man inspired chassis

One of the best exchanges in the original Iron Man film was between Tony Stark and his design-bot when it comes to improvements for his suit, as it moved from early prototype to crime-fighting readiness. KitGuru checks out Aerocool’s use of Hotrod Red. The Dead Silence range is understated. Aerocool’s …

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Razer to license its case designs to third-party case manufacturers

Razer is probably among the most creative companies in the world of high-quality hardware for enthusiasts and gamers. The company has made numerous innovations and is clearly very respected by its customers. However, given the relatively limited resources of Razer, it is impossible to address every possible market segment, which …

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Phanteks is set to launch two new mATX Enthoo cases

Phanteks is set to upgrade its Enthoo series with two new Mini-ITX/ Micro ATX  cases: The Enthoo EVOLV and the Enthoo Mini XL. Both cases have been built to maximise cooling capability with mounts for a pump and reservoir for those who want to build a tiny system with a …

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Phanteks Enthoo Pro Review

Last summer Phanteks won our hearts with the Enthoo Primo aluminium case – which claimed a ‘Must Have’ award despite a price tag of £199.99. This success led to a huge amount of anticipation for the upcoming Phanteks Enthoo Pro as we were promised a case that carried over the …

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Phanteks launch Enthoo Pro Chassis

One of the more unusually named items in the history of computing, there’s no denying that the Phanteks products we’ve seen so far DESERVE to stand out. With today’s launch of the latest version, KitGuru wonders if this specialist engineering and design company can pull it off again? Not only …

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YOYOTech launches retro chic 901 chassis in the UK

Unusual one this. You’d normally expect a manufacturer to announce the availability of a chassis, but with the InWin designed 901 it looks like system builder YOYOTech has a bit of a deal to control the supply. KitGuru checks to see how customs will be checking the border. While mining …

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Corsair Graphite 730T Chassis Review

The Corsair Graphite 730T is a budget version of the 760T which means you miss out on the polycarbonate side panel and don’t get any fan controllers. Also, like a Model T Ford, the 730T only comes in black, whereas the 760T is available in black or white. On the …

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Corsair Obsidian 450D Chassis Review

The Obsidian Series 450D has an elegant brushed aluminium front panel and a solid steel body. The interior is designed for superior cooling efficiency, with a modular removable drive cage system and dual SSD bays that mount behind the motherboard tray and out of the airflow path. I have to …

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Antec launches new GX500 chassis, what do you think?

Antec has announced the release of a new budget-range case known as the GX500. Featuring a matt black paint job and clear Stacker inspiration, this midi-tower has space for high end GPUs, a three year warranty and plenty of high end features. But what do you guys think of it? …

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NZXT Source 530 Case Review

Today we are going to take a look at the NZXT Source 530 case which has been designed to offer a balance between features and affordability.  It is available for around the £80 mark, targeting a mass audience.  There are a number of other manufacturers who have strong offerings around …

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XFX Type01 Bravo Case Review

Today we are going to take a look at the XFX Type01 Bravo … the companies first attempt at a PC Case. Until now, XFX’s range of products has consisted predominantly of graphics cards and power supplies, so it will be interesting to see if the Type01 Bravo can be …

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Aerocool GT Advance Case Review

Today we are going to take a look at another case from Aerocool, the GT Advance, which is designed for those users who are on the tightest of budgets.  At a price of only £25, this is one of the cheapest branded models you will find, making it ideal for …

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Antec NineTeen Hundred Review

The Antec Nineteen Hundred is an enormous gaming case that stands 696mm tall, which means it probably will not slip under your desk. In essence the Nineteen Hundred has been designed as a 550mm tall E-ATX case that stands on a 150mm plinth; you get all the usual gaming features …

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Corsair Obsidian 250D Case Review

Today we are going to take a look at the latest case in Corsair’s Obsidian line up, the 250D. This appears to have been designed specifically for those who are looking to build a compact gaming system – therefore putting it in direct competition with the Bitfenix Prodigy. The Bitfenix …

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Aerocool Vs-92 Case Review

Today we are going to look at one of the latest cases from Aerocool – the Vs-92.  This particular model features in Aerocool’s PGS (Performance Gaming System) range, and has been designed for those gamers who are looking to build a well-featured system, on a budget. We look forward to …

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