PC Case Roundup: June 2008
It occurs to me that for PC enthusiasts, shopping for a PC case is remarkably similar to shopping for a car: It’s not enough that my case will do the job (although that’s important), I want it to be an expression of my individuality and style. It doesn’t matter if anyone else is particularly impressed with my choice; like a car, a PC case is something you’re going to have to live with for a while, so you’d better be happy with it yourself.
Unlike their humble cookie-cutter beginnings, PC cases have really come into their own. We’ll be comparing eight different PC cases today; not only do they look incredibly different, they also sport very diverse features. Some specialize in cooling, some are oriented towards ease of access, while others focus on added functionality. With this in mind, let’s examine our first sample…
One of the best case designs and plenty of room and features.
Where is Antec Nine Hundred or the new Twelve Hundred and the excelent P182 ???
The Cosmos S seems to be out of place here.... its in another league: Armor+, Silverstone TJ07B, Stacker
First of all, it's not that well-built. Sides bend and that inside metal (Al?) is really soft. And if you want to remove the front there are like 6 almost unreachable screws to be unscrewed which is pain in the a**.
Fans are really quiet though.