The Modding Toolbox: Tools for Marking Out
Need to draw a line or sketch a shape? Say no more, fam.
Need to draw a line or sketch a shape? Say no more, fam.
'Virtual Fences' not enough for Variant 4, sources say.
Two GPUs under a side window panel.
All pre-installed and ready to run.
£25 price tag, noise insulation included.
Includes lower-cost Lite Edition.
New themes extend to the interior.
Impeccable build quality and great cooling makes for a brilliant, if pricey, case.
Cooler Master's latest addition to the HAF series is a little smaller but still has lots of features.
New start up BitFenix will have its first case in stores in a months time.
With a decent 600W power supply, this tiny case can house and power a Radeon HD 5970
BitFenix's first cases will be on sale toward the end of the month - we were given an early preview.
This re-imagining of the CM 690 is an excellent case, with a roomy interior, massively upgradable cooling and a nifty roof-mounted hot swap hard disk bay. There's a slight fly in the ointment though, so you'll have to read our review before hopping over to your favourite etailer!
Relative newcomer to the case market, Fractal Design, is out to impress with it's latest chassis: the R2. With key noise reduction features, removable vent covers and extremely clean, angular styling, does it have what it takes to compete?
Thermaltake has expanded its range of gaming cases with the Element V: a towering steel chassis with support for E-ATX hardware and then some. With adjustable fan speeds and multi-colour LED lighting too, does the Element V have what it takes to be your next upgrade?
Finding a case that delivers solid build quality and cooling for a low price can be tough, but Akasa hopes to have hit the sweet spot with its latest offering, the Freedom Xone. We strap in the bit-tech testing gear and find out if it has got what it takes to house your hardware.
Looking for a new case but running on a tight budget? We take a look at the NZXT Beta, a full ATX case with features like tool-less fittings for just £40. Does the Beta punch above it's weight, or is it another disappointing addition to the bottom end of the case market? We find out.
Gigabyte is back with its latest chassis, the Sumo 4112. With smooth looks, solid steel construction and a garnish of aluminium plating, is this heavyweight Sumo worthy of being you're next upgrade? We strap in the bit-tech testing gear and find out.
Corsair's first foray into the chassis market drives a stake into the heart of the usual contenders and rips the market wide open. Is this our next upgrade, or has Corsair over-thought this matt black behemoth?
The release of Chieftec's legendary Dragon marked the beginning of a new era in enthusiasts hardware. Today we have the latest case from Chieftec to sport the Dragon name. Is the Dragon CH-07 made of the same ground breaking stuff as its namesake?
Antec's update to the P190, the P193 addresses many of the problems of the original, as well as offering a few tweaks of its own. Whether you think its an unsightly eye sore or an innovative bit of eye candy, we find out if the P193 can keep up with the best of them.
Summer is here and the heat is on, but some cases just aren't up to keeping your PC cool when the mercury starts to rise. Today we look at the new Cooler Master HAF 922, a case designed for maximum airflow to keep your hardware happy. Is it up to the task? We find out.
Cooler Master is back with its latest case, the Scout. With unusual features like an in-built reinforced carry handle and peripheral security, it's built for LAN parties, but is it a quality case into the bargain? We find out.
The Gigabyte iSolo 210 may look dinky and unassuming, but something tells us that there may be some minor miracles going on under the hood. It's time to go hands-on then and do a full review of this ATX chassis!
SteelSeries are a company with a reputation for making the very tip-top type of peripherals, but can the new Siberia headset convince us that a neckband style strap is the future for headset design? Hmm...
We take a look at the various bits and pieces which have been gathering on our desks these last few weeks. High-end mouse mats and some indestructible USB sticks - will they measure up or fall by the wayside? Find out within!
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.
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!
Apparently it's the fans that use up most of the power, not the 200W graphics cards. We've been barking up the wrong tree, so to speak.
After a thirty-seven day countdown, Bethesda has released the first Fallout 3 trailer and it's moody as hell.
Not every modding project has to be a scratch build to have that wow factor. We present this fantastic Cooler Master Stacker mod created by the dynamic Dutch duo: Ediejo and Snakez.
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.
The guys at SteelSeries have got a line of products designed for pro-gamers and endorsed by SK-Gaming. Headphones, a keyboard and mousepads designed for pro-gaming... Do they stand up to the test of our Counter-Strike uber-server? We 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.
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.
Enlight has named this the Extreme Gamers PC Case. We put it under the microscope to find out what is so extreme about it and whether it really does appeal to gamers.
Proving that big can also be beautiful, the Silverstone LC16M is a fully featured HTPC case capable of storing up to three terabytes of data. It takes a standard ATX motherboard, so you can use existing desktop hardware.