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Thermaltake's Level 10 enclosure
Is the $700 Level 10 the ultimate enthusiast case, or is it the ultimate example of form over function? We investigate.
Corsair's Obsidian Series 800D enclosure
A number of premium cases are vying for the honor of housing your next high-powered machine, including Corsair's enclosure debut, the 800D. We've taken a...
nMedia's HTPC 2000B enclosure
A home theater PC needs an attractive enclosure, and nMedia offers a rather affordable one in the HTPC 2000B. Looks aren't everything, though, so
Thermaltake's Spedo Advance Package enclosure
Thermaltake is known amongst many for its over-the-top and sometimes even garish designs, but there have been some good ideas buried behind those crazy looks....
Gigabyte's 3D Mars enclosure
Better known for its mobos, Gigabyte recently started producing cases. The company's latest 3D Mars combines a brushed aluminum full tower with five cooling fans...
Rosewill's Conqueror enclosure
Rosewill's determination to make an enclosure people will notice is apparent with the new Conqueror case. Can an attractive price tag along with...
Hiper's Osiris enclosure
Egyptian deity meets brushed aluminum in Hiper's Osiris, a formidable new contender among high-end PC cases. Will its upside-down design and understated good looks...
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