Thermaltake Commander C34 TG ARGB Case Review

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This time we have the new Thermaltake Commander C34 TG ARGB PC case, with its 200MM ARGB fans and tempered glass panel. Join us on this review where we take a look at case and its features.

Raidmax Viper GX II Case Review

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Introduction Manufacturer: Raidmax Model: Viper GX II Price: €64.99 RAIDMAX may not be the most well-known company in the PC hardware industry, but they have sure...
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Nanoxia Deep Silence 6 Rev.B Review

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With HPTX support and a sleek design, the latest Nanoxia chassis, the Deep Silence 6 Rev.B is available in black or white and retails for aorund £220.
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Cougar Panzer Evo Full Tower Case Review

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So when I was asked if I fancied reviewing a new case, I thought to myself why not I really like Midi Size tower cases but the Cougar Panzer Evo is something else.

Antec Nineteen Hundred Review

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Today we take a look at the latest flagship chassis release from Antec, the Nineteen Hundred. With it being one of the biggest chassis on the market, let see how it sizes up to the competition.
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Silverstone Kublai KL05 Case Review

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The Kublai KL05-Q is up for scrutiny in our latest case review, but does it do enough to be considered a "good" case?

Fractal Design Define C Case Review – Windowed Version

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Looking for a new mid-tower case? Well, we got hands on with the new Fractal Design Define C which features a windowed side panel.
BitFenix Prodigy M Color Case Review

BitFenix Prodigy M Color Case Review

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Today I take a look at the BitFenix Prodigy M Color. Coming in a number of colours, with plenty of accessories to help customize it with ease, is it a functional m-ATX case or is it just an aesthetically pleasing design? Come find out what I thought..
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Corsair Carbide Series 100R Silent Case Review

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The Corsair Carbide 100R is a mid-tower PC case that is designed to allow builders functionality with ease of use and come in two different models.

BitFenix Ronin Review

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On my desk today is the Ronin ATX mid-tower from BitFenix. Coming in at £69.99 and in a highly poplulated market, how does it do? Read on to find out...