Posts Tagged: case

Case Fan Roundup: Twenty Three 120 mm Case Fans Tested

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Case fans are supposed to cool your case. As use in this review, a case fan is a fixed-voltage fan. Today we might want to call them non-PWM fans. These fans are “set ‘em and forget ‘em” fans. Except that some of you insist on using fan controllers to vary the speeds of your fans. Imagine that! Well, in any case (in any case – get it?) we’re going to look at more than twenty case fans. I say “more than twenty’’ because I can’t count. We have more than 30 fans and settings that we will be looking at today. If you are interested in counting actual fans, be my guest. Read More

SilverStone Redline RL05 Case Review

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This week we get to check out the SilverStone Redline RL05. This case was a joy to build in and was one of the smoothest builds I’ve ever had. It’s stylishly simplistic, available in red or black trim options, and has a price tag small enough to keep any builder happy. Read More

Anidees AI Crystal Case Review

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Today, we get hands on with the Anidees AI Crystal. I spent a lot of time admiring this case, and then a bit more building in it, so sit back and grab a snack as we jump right into it. Read More

Anidees AI7 Black Window Case Review

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Today on the benching table we have the Anidees AI7 Black window ATX case. I spent quite a bit of time exploring the ins and outs of this case so sit back, grab a drink, and prepare for a fairly in-depth review of this Cube. Read More

Fractal Design Define Nano S Mini-ITX Case Review

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Small form factor (SSF) builds have been quite popular over the last few years, and Fractal Design has a new case for those in the SFF market. Fractal Design announced the Define Nano S back in January, and we finally got our hands on one to showcase to you all today. Enjoy! Read More

NZXT S340 Case Review

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NZXT has put out a lot of shapely cases in past years. We’ve become accustomed to swoops and curves, glistening gewgaws, and fancy colors. But what happens when NZXT produces a flat black rectangle and calls it a computer case? Oh, sure. They sent me one with a window on the side, but still. Why would you want such an unprepossessing black box? Why indeed! Let’s explore and find out. Read More

Nanoxia Deep Silence 5 Case Review

The Deep Silence 5 is what Nanoxia calls a “Big Tower” case. The DS5 has the sleek looks and internal acoustic padding of the Deep Silence line. It has lots of room for lots of stuff, and room for large motherboards. Is it right for your next build? Let’s find out. Read More

Lian Li PC-Q28 Case Review

We’re here today with a Lian Li case that isn’t your typical fare, at least for the systems I typically build. Why, you may ask? Because the Lian Li PC-Q28 is tiny. Sit back, relax and have a read through to find out why you’d want such a tiny case – and find out why we like it so much. 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