Fractal Design has announced a new case called the Meshfiy 2 Lite, which will be a cheaper alternative to the standard Meshify 2.
The new desktop chassis from Silverstone is part of the compact but capacious Grandia series, and can fit full ATX sized motherboards and PSUs, as well as GPUs up to 340mm in length.
MSI showcases a full PC build using these special edition Evangelion components that were inspired by the EVA 01 mechanoid from the seminal Japanese anime series.
Asus is reportedly preparing to launch the AP201, a micro-ATX case with support for radiators up to 360mm.
The front LCD panel is the star of the show and is nicely configurable, but the large bezels make it somewhat less premium than it could be.
Here are the best cases for custom PC builds. Our recommendations come from our tests of cooling and noise.
Mark's Fabrications BFG-10000 tribute PC mixes a meticulous animated turret build with laser lighting, and powerful internals like a water-cooled Core i7 and RTX 3080.
Cooler Master is bringing its HAF case line back with the HAF 500, along with new MasterBox 500 and TD300 cases.
ASRock's latest barebones systems might be a good foundation for your next compact Mini ITX build, providing a welcome discrete GPU expansion option.
Hyte's new Y60 PC case has a three-sided glass panel. The company also brought new peripherals to CES, with the keeb SR65 keyboard and eclipse HG10 headset.
They’re still limited to certain colors for the moment, but InWin’s latest cases make it easy to imagine modular PC chassis that essentially let you choose your own color scheme.
MSI's CES 2022-bound MEG Treble Series case is packed with high-end hardware in a triple-chamber setup.
This Mini-ITX case can be adapted to suit a wide range of component choices, up to and including some of the biggest GPUs available, with AIO CPU cooling.
If you're after a PC case that looks like a modern piece of moving art but also care about the airflow of your components, Cyberpower's Kinetic Series is here to blow your mind.
Thermaltake reveals a new ATX tempered glass chassis equipped with a 3.9' LCD display for showcasing images, GIFs or for monitoring PC information.
Thai Modder Suchao Prowphong has created this gaming room diorama as as prize in an Intel Gamer Days contest.