Phanteks releases Eclipse P350X RGB chassis
New £65 mid-tower.
Has Cryorig drawn a winner, or is it back to the drawing board?
With tempered glass and four 140mm fans, this £100 case is great value.
Re-brands coolers, case, PSUs.
The H500P gets a mesh front for increased airflow and dons an arctic white paint job inside and out.
Cases have too many SSD mounts, and motherboard M.2 ports should support SATA and PCIe SSDs - and I'm just getting started.
If you want your PC to be centre of attention, Thermaltake's enormous Core P90 will dominate any room, but is it any good?
We take NZXT's latest hardware for an RGB-tastic system build, and we think the results are rather lovely.
Corsair finally debuts a decent mid-range mid-tower fit for the modern era.
Another member of the Meshify family, this time micro-ATX and with tempered glass.
A curved acrylic panel with great views inside, but is the rest of this RGB-laden case up to scratch?
The Obsidian Series makes a welcome return.
Just launched at CES, the new Spec costs £100 - well spent or better elsewhere?
A must-have for fans of Half-Life 2.
The iconic series is back for its sixth edition, and it's better than ever.
This wall-mountable, water-cooling friendly mini-ITX case is all about showing off - does it justify its £105 price?
Be Quiet!'s premium mid-tower offering is a brilliant choice for high-end builds.
Alex tours Paris Games Week, the builds on show, and the LDLC Modding Trophy.
Despite its crowdfunding failure.
Another case gets the tempered glass treatment.
Antec looks to take on the mid-tower market with the glass- and LED-equipped P8.
With an eye-catching design, a bundled RGB control hub, and a tempered glass panel, is the £110 P7-C1 Pro a solid purchase?
Antec looks to start making a name for itself again in the case market - is the P110 Luce up to the task?
Aorus' first entry into the case market is a safe one in many regards - can it stand out?
Optional bracket adds ATX PSU support.
Cooler Master's flagship returns, now with curved tempered glass and three different layout options.
Tempered glass, RGB lighting, and clean looks for £55.
Nanoxia has shrunk its drawer-style case to mini-ITX dimensions - successfully or not?