In-Win aims to offer an alternative to the growing market of All In One PCs by offering a more serviceable custom solution. It certainly delivers, but did In-Win set the bar set high enough?Next Page »
Well known as a heavyweight in the enthusiast community, Antec has been pushing out quality products for over two decades. As the successor to the renowned Nine Hundred, the Nine Hundred Two boasts an all black interior and a few other enhancements. Is it worth replacing the classic, or is this just another case to ignore?Next Page »
Antec is one of the most respected and well known case manufactures in the computer industry. They make a variety of cases that satisfy the OEM crowd as well as the enthusiast niche. The Skeleton is a completely unique design and the term "case" really doesn't describe the enclosure that well. This case is made to really show off your components.Next Page »
The Antec Micro Fusion Remote homes in on the entertainment PC market which is a step away for Antec. Antec is a good brand for normal type computer cases, but can it stand up with a media center case?Next Page »
When you need a computer for a tiny space, your choices of cases need to be picky. Buying the right case is the key for airflow and system longevity. The AOpen S150 steps in to fill the ITX void. It does this well.Next Page »
BTX is the latest and greatest standard to happen to computers since the introduction to ATX 10 years ago. While BTX may be the latest, not everything that is BTX is the greatest. The Evercase Slim BTX case is on the bench for review and it doesn't shine.Next Page »
Virtual Hideout has posted an article covering the Xabre C3 Summer CPL Case Mod Competition where a huge amount of enties were made. If you are into case modding, you should check it and see the what some imaginative folks have done. Even if you aren't into customizing your pride and joy it's still worth a look at the variety of mods out there.
As with almost everything else in the world today, it is obvious that quality costs money, but over the long haul, if you can continue to recycle your case every time that you build a new system you will not only help the environment, but have a case that is more like an old familiar friend that you have come to count on.
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Nowadays personal computers are almost an embedded part of the electronic equipment in a household. PC's as other accessories represent a picture of the personal taste of their owner and, especially if custom build, these are a unique piece. Add to it that many enthusiasts are looking for a PC case with lots of space, good handling and superior cooling compared to factory cases. If you do make that count you'll probably end up looking at an aluminium case. Today we will be looking at the new Lian Li PC-6083A. This case is about to hit store shelves and retailers in June. I would like to thank James Wu of Lian Li for providing the test case.