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Thermaltake Level 10 GT

Thermaltake Level 10 GT

Last year Thermaltake introduced an iconic looking chassis that while it wasn’t the greatest in terms of cooling or practicality, the original Level 10 was certainly a head turner; even if it was just to look at the £500+ price tag.

Now though Thermaltake have worked on the design, creating this new version known as the GT. It’s not quite as pretty and has some lumpty plastic parts, but it’s certainly still interesting. Let’s see how it turns out.

In Win Dragon Rider Case

In Win Dragon Rider Case

Today I will be reviewing the In Win Dragon Rider, a full tower chassis with the same styling’s as the Dragon Slayer case we reviewed recently. In Win is not the most well known brand, at least amongst UK enthusiasts, however with the ambitions and working ethic that In Win have set out, I am looking forward to reviewing their latest PC case.

Cooler Master Silencio 550 Chassis

Cooler Master Silencio 550 Chassis

It seems that quite a few cases have been released recently and while this might seem a bit repetitive it does at least allow us to compare the cases quite well.

Today's case is the Cooler Master Silencio 550 Chassis which is trying to be slightly different to your standard case but at a price that will not break the bank. The name itself might give it away slightly but if it's not obvious Cooler Master do claim 'near silent' operation when using this case. That seems like quite a tall order when most users will be using fairly hefty CPU Coolers and a decent powered PSU. All we can say from the start is that they certainly haven't compromised the looks of this case.

Cooler Master are a huge player in the computing world and are probably best known for their cases so we are expecting very good things. They are also certainly willing to listen to the public and to give the support that is needed to their customers, which in turn is helping them to create even better products and we certainly hope this Silencio Chassis is one of those.

Bitfenix Colossus Venom Edition

Bitfenix Colossus Venom Edition

Today we will take a look at the Colossus Venom Edition enclosure made by Bitfenix. It is based on the same case as the normal Colossus but with some extra bits added to it. Let’s take a closer look what it has to offer and how it performs!

Corsair Graphite Series 600T White Case

Corsair Graphite Series 600T White Case

Last year, Corsair released the Graphite Series 600T, a high-end mid-tower case with several features usually found only on expensive full-tower models, and that got our recommendation. Now, Corsair is releasing the white version of the 600T, which brings a new configuration for the side panel.

BitFenix Survivor Case

BitFenix Survivor Case

The BitFenix Survivor is a nice-looking mid-tower case, with a rubber coating on its plastic parts which help avoid fingerprints, dubbed "SofTouch" by the manufacturer. The presence of a retractable handle makes it an interesting choice for gamers who go to LAN parties, but it will definitely please users who want a case with a sleek, professional look. Let's check it out.

Cooler Master CM Storm Enforcer Chassis

Cooler Master CM Storm Enforcer Chassis

Cooler Master get mentioned frequently here at eTeknix, whether it be for the latest product news and press releases or us getting our hands on the newest product(s) from them. They always seem to impress us no matter what they release and today will hopefully be no different

Coolermaster have over time developed sub brands and one of the most sucessful is a sub gaming brand called CM Storm, which is developed for the gaming people umong us. They offer a new line for huge market of people including people like me. I am into gaming and having a chassis that matches my tastes is something i'm very keen to look into.

Today we are looking at the CM Storm Enforce chassis which falls under the mid-size tower range and offers up some striking looks and functionality that we've come to love from Cooler Master. So let's put this on the table to find out what they have to offer.

Thermaltake eSports Armor A30 mATX LAN Case

Thermaltake eSports Armor A30 mATX LAN Case

Thermaltake has brought this case to market with a design for gamers and I think they did well in regard to the aesthetic design. This is the kind of case I know a lot of gamers like. Construction on this case is also great; it's very rigid and the plastic bits have almost no flex in them. Thermaltake also has this case for sale at an attractive price of $109 with a 3 Year Warranty. Thermaltake also offers spot on results for their fan specifications, making this case incredibly quiet. Which would be great if the case were for HTPC use...

Zalman ZM-VE200 External HDD Case

Zalman ZM-VE200 External HDD Case

The new ZM-VE200 HDD enclosure comes to help the people that use frequently CDs or DVDs at work or at home, for performing different tasks like installing OSes on many computers, programs and why not, even games. The only thing that needs to be done is to convert the disks into ISO images, transfer them on the 2.5'' HDD and mount any of them in a matter of seconds, by using the lateral jog switch.

Antec Six Hundred 600 Gaming Mid-Tower Computer Case

Antec Six Hundred 600 Gaming Mid-Tower Computer Case

Antec's Six Hundred gaming chassis has proven to be a bit of a mixed bag. I like the look and the few features that it has are quite good, but Antec touts it as, “The Ultimate Gaming Case.” I'll take exception with them on this point.

Coolermaster Storm Enforcer

Coolermaster Storm Enforcer

Another day another review and today it’s a gaming chassis. Coolermaster have sent down their Enforcer case that’s part of the Storm range of enclosures and peripherals. It’s got a side window, a large cooling fan and internal USB 3.0 support; let’s see if its other features are as solid.

In-Win Buc Mid Tower Case

In-Win Buc Mid Tower Case

Our impression with In-Win is that the company often offers products with a slight artistic flavor. Take their Na, for example. Despite being a simple enclosure, it has elegant looks and an artistic flair that draws attention. While not as well-known as big players like Antec, Thermaltake, or Silverstone when comes to computer chassis, In-Win has a long history of making computer cases. Their latest enthusiast’s case, the Buc, combines their artistic talent and functionalities. And the end result is a feature-rich chassis with a unique look.

Thermaltake V9 BlacX Edition Mid Tower Gaming Case

Thermaltake V9 BlacX Edition Mid Tower Gaming Case

Today we get the opportunity to check out a unique case, which includes something which you probably wouldn’t think. The Thermaltake V9 BlacX Edition Gaming Case, includes a name that you might recognize, the BlacX. Yes, that’s BlacX as in the docking systems that Thermaltake makes. Well imagine the Duet version of the BlacX integrated into the top of your case. That’s exactly what the Thermaltake V9 BlacX Edition is, so read on find out the details.

Obsidian 650D Mid-Tower Computer Case

Obsidian 650D Mid-Tower Computer Case

Obsidian is a naturally occurring volcanic glass and it is produced when the felsic lava from a volcano cools rapidly. So something so hot can be really cool looking, can we say that about the Obsidian 650D from Corsair? You should be able to make that judgement call after this review.

Corsair Obsidian 650D Computer Case

Corsair Obsidian 650D Computer Case

The Obsidian 650D is Corsairs second attempt at a mid-tower case and the third case in the Obsidian line that started with the 800D almost two years ago. The 650D was created in response to the two biggest complaints about the 800D, which were price and size. Priced at $199 and now in a mid-tower design both issues have been addressed. At the same time the 650D has retained many of the same great features and aesthetics that made the Obsidian 800D so popular. While evaluating the Obsidian 650D Benchmark Reviews will see if it is worth of the Obsidian moniker it has inherited or if many of the features its older brother had have been lost in the transition to a smaller size.

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