Today I have the Deepcool Matrexx 70 case to review. After the Matrexx 55 had a few issues have Deepcool improved the design along with adding a little size and functionality?
The Bitfenix Enso was one of our favourite cases of 2017, and now they are back with tweaked design promising increased airflow. Introducing the Enso Mesh!
Today's review takes us back to the days of the Thermaltake Soprano the less strikingly titled View 23 Tempered Glass ARGB case, which brings back the swooping wavy front panel with added ARGB.
be quiet! avoids the RGB crowd with the Silent Base 601 and focuses on the natural ability to wow. The biggest features on offer include a tempered glass side panel and superb noise dampening in the vents which as a result, is something we've come to expect from a product aimed at silence.
The Matrexx 55 ADD-RGB from Deepcool is a redesign of one of their budget cases relaunched at a mid-range price point. We take a look to discover if it's worth including in your next build.
Continuing with our series of Level 20 case reviews from Thermaltake, today we have the MT ARGB variant. Can it reach the heights set by the previous cases in this range?
Hot on the heels of our first review of Thermaltake’s Level 20 range of cases, today it’s the turn of the XT.
With the Sharkoon Pure Steel RGB Case review we have an enticing look into a new case including addressable RGB out of the box along with retro inspiration such as a top-mounted PSU.
We are reviewing the Thermaltake V200 Tempered Glass RGB case, let's see what this Mid Tower chassis has to offer in addition to it's 3 RGB fans, fan controller and tempered glass panel.
The Thermaltake View 37 Riing chassis is something to behold with it's unique gull wing style acrylic door, see what else this case has in its favour as well as any areas of improvement in our review.