Intel acquires structured ASIC specialist eASIC
Next step on from FPGAs.
With tempered glass and four 140mm fans, this £100 case is great value.
The H500P gets a mesh front for increased airflow and dons an arctic white paint job inside and out.
Corsair finally debuts a decent mid-range mid-tower fit for the modern era.
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?
The iconic series is back for its sixth edition, and it's better than ever.
Be Quiet!'s premium mid-tower offering is a brilliant choice for high-end builds.
Another case gets the tempered glass treatment.
Antec looks to take on the mid-tower market with the glass- and LED-equipped P8.
Aorus' first entry into the case market is a safe one in many regards - can it stand out?
Tempered glass, RGB lighting, and clean looks for £55.
Fractal goes for a more aggressive look - how does it pay off?
How many sacrifices does a case need to make to include a tempered glass side panel for less than £65?
Corsair's Spec-04 is a new entry-level chassis; is it suitable for basic builds?
The MasterCase family continues to expand; today we have the Pro 6 with nifty pop-open panels.
Nanoxia is back with another low noise case - can it live up to the quality of previous models?
Be Quiet!'s new chassis is its cheapest yet, but balances noise and performance well.
Cooler Master's new premium chassis hits shelves for £230 - what does it have to show for it?
Cooler Master's newest case is a black and red mid-tower with a carry handle and fan control.
One of three new cases from Corsair today, the 270R is a mid-range mid-tower.
The Dead Silence 230 is Aerocool's latest appeal to low-noise enthusiasts.
What's that? A case refreshed with tempered glass? Well, I never.
BitFenix has here a case with tempered glass panels and RGB lighting all for less than £90.
We've snagged an exclusive first look at NZXT's newest chassis, the S340 Elite.
Phanteks targets NZXT's popular S340 with its new feature-rich, budget-friendly chassis
Be Quiet! brings us its second chassis, targetting low noise users
Phanteks finally releases a budget-friendly ATX chassis - can it hold down this end of the market?
Cooler Master's FreeForm modular chassis solution, as seen at Computex 2015, comes to fruition
The S340 comes in at an attractive £60, but it punches well above its weight
£25 price tag, noise insulation included.
Fractal Design has finally updated its popular but aging Define R4 - can it still compete?
Be Quiet has taken the plunge into the chassis market, with a £90 mid-tower offering
Cooler Master returns with another update to the trusty CM 690 chassis.
Includes lower-cost Lite Edition.
Choice of soundproof or standard models.