Corsair launches Obsidian 1000D dual-system case
A cool £449.
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.
There's nothing quite like the strong, sleek and sensuous feel of a Lian-Li case - having one is like falling in love would be if you ever fell in love with an aluminium PC case. Or is it? We found out.
Last weekend we popped over to i31 to have a look at see what's going on. Here's a run down of what we found: case mods, ghetto aircon, manufacturers, food and drink to keep you going and Cooler Master using Tim's vertical hacking skillz to great effect.
The Revoltec Rhodium may not be the most nicely named case in recent memory, but it certainly looks sleek enough to please. Check out our comprehensive review to see how Revoltec's latest offering holds up in our battery of tests.
The Spotswood Drum case mod finally goes on sale, boasting better cooling, elimination of hot-spots and a custom finished wooden exterior.
The Zalman GT1000 may look gorgeous, feel gorgeous and have more doors than that hallway of infinite doors in The Matrix (you know the one), but how will it fare in our rigorous testing? Find out within.
Is the Gigabyte Poseidon a little fish in a big ol' ocean of PC cases, or is it a diminutive sea god in disguise? Grab your tackle, we're about to find out!
Do you like the idea of engraving, but have been scared to get your hands dirty? Not sure what you need to get started? Wolverine, one of our two engraving mod-gods, takes you through the basics.
Is the Xilence X1 a stupidly named tin box, or a brilliantly built gaming case with an annoying name? We find out.
We have a look at the Revoltec Zirconium case to see if it can possibly become the case of choice for system builders everywhere, or if it's just another disappointment waiting to happen.
The Enermax Pandora may not look like much, and it sure doesn't cost the earth, but it may just be our favourite budget case yet. Let's open Pandora's Box.
The original Antec P180 may have looked like a fridge, but it was also one of the coolest and quietest cases we've ever seen. Is the new and improved P182 any better? Let's find out.
The Uber Chakra may sound like some sort of yoga position, but it's actually a reasonably priced ATX full tower case from Enermax. How does it stand up to the competition?
CeBIT 2007 wasn't just full of all the latest and greatest hardware, as there were also some great mods on display at the show. We caught some of the hottest modded cases on camera --sit back and enjoy the show!
The AOpen XC Cube EU965 is an SFF based on Intel's G965 chipset that features support for Core 2. We were dying to find out if the XC Cube was capable of matching or even surpassing Shuttle's market-leading XPC products. Read on to find out if it was up to the task...
Zalman has added an 'almost low profile' HTPC case to its product range called the HD135. We find out if size really does matter.
This is a small form factor chassis designed for the DIY market - you can stick in your own Micro ATX motherboard and build a full-powered system in a rather smaller footprint. It has some fantastically neat ideas - but can it deliver?
Is this the ultimate gamer's case? With a 200mm fan on top and five other 120mm fans, it certainly has a substantial cooling capacity - but can the rest of the case live up to the airflow?
We have a look at Gigabyte's latest addition to its 3D Aurora case series. The 3D Aurora 570 shares many of the features on the original Aurora, but there are some interesting tweaks to the solid foundations. How does it rack up against its older brother?
The kings of cases are back again with a mid-priced steel system. This features some innovative features like swappable, quick-fit hard drives and a multi-use button on the back panel. Can it step up above the legion of other steel mid-towers? We find out.
iCute goes avionic with the 0508ULA-5G1. We get it on the labs runway, fuel it with high-octane components and fire up the engines to find out if it is a high flyer.
Cooler Master has released its all-new Mystique 632 Black into the wild. The sleek black finish and all aluminium construction make the Mystique 632 a nice addition to the current Cooler Master product line up. Does this mean it's another great case though? Read on to find out...
Want a HTPC but don't want to shell out for a new m-ATX motherboard? We test the SilverStone LC20M - a sexy black HTPC that takes a full-size ATX motherboard and regular desktop-sized PSU and other components.
Zalman join the HTPC revolution with their HD160 enclosure. We take a look to see if they have what it takes to retain their everlasting promise of silence.
Glow Lounge has been making Media Center PCs for a long time. With an Athlon 64 X2, 2GB of RAM and dual digital TV tuners on a single card, is this one of the fastest MCE systems in the West?
Arctic Cooling, known for their low-noise graphics heatsinks, has applied their expertise to case design and have challenged traditional layout for their near-silent case, the Silentium T1. Silence is golden.
Carrying on the legacy of the Senfu DIY Overclocking House, the HighSpeed PC Tech Station is designed for enthusiasts who swap out components on a regular basis. Can the student become the master?