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InWin combines simplicity and performance with new D5 E-ATX PC case

InWin has recently unveiled its latest product, the D5 E-ATX mid-tower PC chassis. This case is designed for PC builders seeking good airflow, a practical layout, and flexible component installation. With its quick-release panels and rotatable PCI-E mounting bracket, the D5 provides a user-friendly PC-building experience that combines simplicity and …

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G.Skill launches MD2 mid-tower case

Last year, G.Skill surprised us all with the Z5i ITX case, which housed a lot of unique design elements. This year, G.Skill is trying its hand at a more traditional case with the new MD2 mid-tower, designed for high-performance builds.  Available in black or white, the G.Skill MD2 chassis offers …

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Thermaltake launches The Tower 500 mid-tower

Thermaltake has unveiled the first mid-tower PC case in the Tower series. The new Tower 500 Mid-Tower Chassis is a vertically designed case with three 4mm tempered glass panels for a panoramic view of your build.  Despite its mid-tower form-factor, The Tower 500 has a ton of room for hardware, …

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Gelid unveils its new Battle Station X case

Gelid Solutions has unveiled its new chassis, the Battle Station X mid-tower case. Designed for gamers, this case provides support for an extensive array of components, including watercooling hardware, while showcasing your system in all of its glory. The Battle Station X case from Gelid Solutions features a tempered glass …

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Antec launches NX100 entry-level case

Antec is kicking off the year with a brand new case. The NX100 mid-tower is launching this month with an easy layout for DIY PC builders to get along with, a full-sized side window to show off your hard work and support for a wide range of hardware- all for …

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BitFenix Aurora Case Review

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BitFenix Aurora is a mid-tower case that aims at the enthusiast market with support for custom loop watercooling and a number of options for lighting, including connection to the Asus Aura system. Both side panels are tempered glass, with the main panel being tinted and the rear being opaque in …

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