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Antec launches its new DA601 gaming chassis

Following the announcement of its P101 Silent and NX100 cases, Antec continues to bolster its chassis line-up in 2019. This time, the company has opted for a colourfully futuristic aesthetic with its brand new DA601 gaming mid tower. The most striking feature of Antec’s DA601 is the stylistic angular front …

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Corsair Carbide 270R Case Review


The Corsair Carbide 270R Windowed is a significant new case as it comes in at a bargain price. Bargain, that is, for Corsair which has a massive range of cases with prices that start at £50 and head north of £150. Corsair Carbide 270R is very much at the lower …

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Corsair Carbide 400Q Review

Corsair Carbide 400Q is the junior sibling of the Carbide 600C we saw quite recently. The Q suffix stands for Quiet and C for Clear (i.e. it has a windowed panel) and both Carbide 400 and 600 come in Q and C variants. Unboxing the 400Q reveals a case that …

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Phanteks Enthoo Evolv ATX Review

Phanteks has delivered the latest version of its aluminium Evolv chassis in a mainstream ATX form factor that stands a compact 495mm high and 510mm deep. It is notably smaller than, say, the Enthoo Pro which is also ATX. Pull off the aluminium front panel, release the full length dust …

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SilverStone Precision PS11B-Q Review

SilverStone supplies its Precision PS11B case in two forms. This Q-suffix version is Quiet while the W has a Window. There are other differences as the Q has a solid front panel with vents at the sides and a fair amount of foam material to deaden sound inside while the …

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Thermaltake Core V51 Chassis Review

The key feature of the Thermaltake Core V51 is its substantial size. It stands 540mm high and 560mm deep, which means it can support an EATX motherboard with eight expansion slots. You'll get a better idea about the size of Core V51 when you hear it accommodates a graphics card …

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Antec Three Hundred Two Gaming Chassis Review

Antec are a company who are continually adapting and improving their product range. Today we are looking at the Three Hundred Two, an update to the popular Three Hundred released way back in 2008. The original case sold well at around the £40 mark, although in today's market it is …

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