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CORSAIR Launches Carbide Series SPEC-04 Tempered Glass Case

Clear, Bold and Ready to Build – CORSAIR Launches Carbide Series SPEC-04 Tempered Glass Case Fremont, CA – October 26, 2017 – CORSAIR®, a world leader in enthusiast memory, high-performance gaming hardware, and PC components today announced the release of the new Carbide Series SPEC-04 Tempered Glass case. Adding the style and sophistication of a huge tempered glass side panel window to the bold asymmetrical design and modern features of the SPEC-04, the SPEC-04 Tempered Glass offers everything enthusiasts need to build a great gaming PC. The huge tempered glass side panel grants a totally unobstructed view into the case, providing the perfect platform to show off your PC, while CORSAIR Direct Airflow Path design ensures your PC’s hottest components get the airflow they need to stay cool. Boasting iconic CORSAIR styling and a huge tempered glass side panel, the SPEC-04 Tempered Glass backs up its looks with a wealth of modern case features to help make your next PC build look great and come together easily. Up to five 120mm fan mounts and an included 120mm red-LED lit fan provide plenty of cooling options, including the option to install an up to 240mm liquid CPU cooler. A clean side-mounted I/O panel keeps your PC’s front panel at-the-ready, but out of the way, and includes a high-speed USB 3.0 port for rapid data transfers. SPEC-04 Tempered Glass boasts a wealth of cable tie-downs, cable routing cut-outs, and room behind the motherboard, making it easy ...



ENERMAX Intros EQUILENCE, High-end Silent Case ft. Tempered Glass Window

ENERMAX Intros EQUILENCE, High-end Silent Case ft. Tempered Glass Window   Chino, California – ENERMAX, the designer and manufacturer of high-end PC hardware, announces the launch of EQUILENCE, the premium silent computer chassis featuring high density insulation foam for unparalleled silent performance in a sturdy 0.8mm steel chassis. In addition to outstanding silent capability, EQUILENCE comes with 9 fan mounting locations and multi-radiator liquid cooling potential. What’s more, EQUILENCE is equipped with a 4mm full-view tempered glass window for users to show off their precious rigs. Impeccable Silent Performance with Exceptional Style This stealth ATX mid-tower silent chassis from ENERMAX features a premium glossy front panel, creating a minimalistic yet refreshing look. High density sound insulation foam is used on the front, top, and right side of the case, delivering impeccable silent performance. Moreover, the silent chassis comes with a 4mm tinted tempered glass panel with sound-block cushion foam to help keep the noise to a minimum when users showcase their precious, distinctive builds. Extensive Liquid Cooling Potential: 4 Designated Places for Radiators EQUILENCE has a great amount of liquid cooling potential, with a total of 4 radiator mounting locations at the front, rear, top and side of the case; the incredible cooling capabilities give users great flexibility in building custom liquid cooling systems. The open interior layout and up to 9 fan mount ...



Rosewill Updates a Case Line with the Cullinan PX Series

Dual chamber case are pretty ingenious. It makes cable management quite easy and opens up some airflow options as well. Rosewill has updated the already great Cullinan cases with one such version in the PX series. It has an option for blue, red and green LED color schemes.



Rosewill Cullinan Tempered Glass PC Case Review

The Cullinan was a large diamond found and it makes sense that Rosewill's case is named after it. The three tempered glass panels give it an extremely elegant look and the overall build experience was really good. The space to install graphics cards could be a bit better, but it can be worked around.



Phanteks announces the latest addition to the EVOLV family, the EVOLV MATX Tempered Glass Edition

Tempered glass is beautiful. Phanteks cases are beautiful. What happens when you combine the two? ………. The Enthoo Evolv MATX is the next case from the company to get the tempered glass treatment. Features like the aluminum exterior, spacious interior and minimalist design are all items we’ve come to expect from Phanteks. What separates this case from other tempered glass units though, is the hinge design on the panels. This will make the build process quite a bit easier. Phanteks is offering 3 finishes on this design, Satin Black, Anthracite Grey, and Galaxy Silver. I could keep trying to describe this to you, but you’re probably better off checking out the image gallery below. http://www.phanteks.com/Enthoo-Evolv-mATX-TemperedGlass.html



Rosewill is Expanding Color Options on the Cullinan PC Case

The first time I saw the Cullinan, it looked like a huge win to me. The tempered glass panels and 12 LED, blue light fans looked excellent in all of the pictures I saw. I’m guessing the case has been pretty popular with consumers because Rosewill is releasing a red LED and white LED version of the design. Will the next step for the Cullinan involve RGB? One can certainly hope, but for now the extra variety is a welcomed addition to a marvelous looking case. Even though I’m completely in love with RGB everything, having blue, red and white LED options are great in my opinion. These color schemes do a good job of covering what I feel the majority of builders like to see when purchasing a case. While RGB would cover all the needs, it can also add a lot to the cost, which Rosewill likes to keep as low as possible for their consumers. While that can mean a giant ax to quality with some companies, Rosewill has done a great job, in my opinion, of keeping their products from being junky either. The Cullinan has 3 glass panels, including the side panel that covers the cable management. On one hand, you better make sure you keep those cables are clean, but on the other, it certainly makes the series look extremely professional for those who put tons of attention to the finer details of their build. It looks like Newegg already has the options for red and white Cullinan cases beside the original blue one. It also has a pretty nice sale of $130 at the time of writing this,...



InWin D-Frame Mini mITX Case Review

Introduction Sometimes when you plan out your PC build, you want something that really stands out from the crowd. Price be damned, you want your rig to grab everyone’s attention in the extreme. To that end, there aren’t really a great deal of options out there that deviate much from the standard rectangular prism layout we’ve all come to expect. Things get even more limited when you start to discuss the prospect of an mITX system being the focus of the build; short of making something from scratch, your options get even more constricted. What’s a system builder to do?   If money is no object and you want opulence in the most functional way possible, InWin may have something that’s right up your alley. As of late they are most well known for their artful use of aluminum and tempered glass in cases like the S-Frame, the 901/904, and the D-Frame, and today I’m gonna take a look at the D-Frame’s little brother, the D-Frame Mini. Equipped with the same tubular aluminum and open-air design as its larger sibling, I’m going to see if this form factor does an mITX system any justice, and decide if the 300 dollar premium is really worth it in the end. I’d like to take a moment to share the InWin logo story straight from their website:  



 
 
 
 
 

In Win 904 Case review

In Win has just released their brand new 904 case today. This full aluminum case features tempered glass sides and a solid frame. This allows for stability by design while giving your PC that high-tech, industrial look that's popular. It also comes with a hidden ODD bay and four USB 3.0 ports. It only supports two internal fans and limited radiator sizes, but that's to be expected to create this work of art. The split design in the back assists in managing your cables at the rear going to your I/O board, completing the package. Will this new case hold up to the In Win name and potentially start a new trend? Read on to find out.





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