Cougar wants its Gemini T to be the best in its class, but can it offer enough features, quality and performance to justify its price class?
We went hands-on with six new cases from Silverstone at Computex 2019, from a Shuttle-like ITX chassis to a premium E-ATX monster.
Lots of people put open-loop coolers in their cases, but this funky upcoming case is a liquid cooler with nothing else.
Cooler Master shows off its super small form factor H100 ITX case, inspired by it's high airflow series update, and coming in at an impressive price.
In Win’s latest cases for 2019 include a cloth-wrapped $40 concept, a $4,000 organic chrysalis, and the RGB pixel-fronted 309.
Thermaltake announced new S-Series steel cases, Pacific CL360 Max D5 Hard Tube, and Floe DX RGB Series TT Premium Edition cooling products at Computex 2019.
Thermaltake announced the A700 Aluminum Tempered Glass Edition with CNC machined aluminum panels on the periphery and tempered glass sides.
The chassis-maker tooks the wraps off the Odyssey X, which you can flip onto its side for a different look and layout, and a new version of its computer-inside-a-desk design.
MSI launches multiple new chassis designs at Computex 2019, including everything from laminated glass panels to curved open test benches, and more.
DIYPC announces the Rainbow Flash-V2 Case: Modern styling, a tempered glass side panel and an addressable RGB strip and fan for $99.
It’s expensive, but Fractal Design's Define S2 Vision has everything an enthusiast could want, including stellar performance and ARGB options aplenty.
Corsair has unveiled a new chassis in the Carbide Series, the 175R RGB. This mid-yower case includes RGB LED appointments and a low price of $60.
Can Cooler Master’s compact, budget-priced Q500L deliver full-ATX excellence in a case that’s just 15 inches square?
Cougar’s pricey Gemini X sports premium construction and room for two systems. But does its interesting design deliver the functionality to justify the price?
DeepCool's latest Matrexx case aims at versatility, pleasing RGB-and-glass aesthetics, and "the enjoyment of the assembly process."
DIYPC's Model C is a mid-tower case with three glass panels, addressable RGB fans, and a $90 price point.