Posts Tagged: Case Review

Fractal Design Define R5 Case Review

Fractal Design has updated their Define series of cases to the Define R5. From looking at the list of features, this case seems to put together a number of desirable design elements all in one case. Is it a good case? Is it a case for you? Let’s see. Read More

Nanoxia Deep Silence 4 Case Review

Fresh from looking at Nanoxia’s largest case, we will now look at their smallest. The Deep Silence 4 is a four-slot case compact case that is designed to fit a mATX motherboard. Nanoxia clearly took pains to retain their sound deadening design and other valuable features; they worked to keep noise in while sweated to keep the cost out. Did they succeed? Let’s see. Read More

Phanteks Enthoo Primo Full Tower Case Review

Phanteks was founded in 2007. Their first product was a heatsink that was arguably the best heatsink when it was introduced. Since then we have seen more fans and more heatsinks from Phanteks. And now they jump into the world of cases. Just as they did with the PH-TC14PE, Phanteks is starting at the top end of the market, this time with the Enthoo Primo, a $250 case. Is this case worth that price? Let us find out. Read More

Cooler Master N600 Case Review

Cooler Master is known for affordable cases that provide excellent airflow, with the potential for more airflow if you add fans. The N600 is a new Cooler Master case that has a number of promising features. Let us do a deep dive and explore this case. Read More

NZXT Phantom 820 Full Tower Case Review

The NZXT Phantom 820 is a full tower case, the newest of their Crafted series. It seems to combine the lessons NZXT learned from the original Phantom, along with more they learned from the Switch 810. Throw in their recent HUE color LED controller. And then make the beast compatible not only with their brand-new Kraken series of All-In-One liquid coolers but radiators in general, and you have the makings of a case designed to appeal to high-end enthusiasts. But will it stand up to a detailed scrutiny? Let’s find out. Read More

Cougar Challenger Mid-Tower Case Review

The Challenger is a new case from Cougar. When you see it you are to think about missile firing switches. It is designed to accommodate large graphics cards and to facilitate cooling as well as looking cool. And though they don’t advertise this, Cougar has clearly gone to some lengths to make the Challenger easy to work in. So did they succeed? Let’s go exploring and see. Read More

LanCool PC-K9 Case Review

LanCool, a subsidiary of Lian Li, is fairly new to the industry, but they already offer 17 different cases! Moments after unpacking the case, I knew LanCool had created a solid contender. Read More