Casings and Coolers Guide
At the recently concluded Computex 2015, Cooler Master launched its first modular chassis, the MasterCase. The MasterCase is the first chassis to have modular capabilities, allowing users to adjust its structure and aesthetics. Read on to know more about this first modular chassis.
Cooler Master launched a new slogan: "Make It Yours." The slogan kick off a new drive to harness "the Maker Spirit" in Cooler Master's Products and community. Read on to know more.
Lian Li's new PC-08 mid-tower chassis will feature dual compartments and a tempered glass front and side panel. It is scheduled for release this month with a retail price of US$395.
Fractal Design has announced two new mini-ITX cases, the Node 202 and Core 500, at Computex 2015. In addition, it has updated its Kelvin series of water cooling products with new features for better ease of use and performance.
Antec has been teasing their bold new Signature Series casing for sometime now, but it's finally out of the bag at Computex! We take a closer look at this stylish, easy maintenance S10 Signature casing.
Antec has teased its Signature-series S10 case, a new US$500 case that is set to retail in the US on 2 June.
Xigmatek has launched the Nebula C in five new colors that will brighten up any room. Targeted at mini-ITX system builders, the case will suit builders looking for a more cheery chassis design.
There is now a white version of the Thermaltake Core X9 cube case. It offers the same support for custom liquid cooling solutions as the original Core X9 and now has the chilly looks to go with it!
Fractal Design updated its Define series with the introduction of Define S. This new mid-tower case sports dampening pads for quieter operation and an extensive support for water cooling setups. Hit the link to know more about this new addition to Fractal's Define series.
EK has annnounced the release of water blocks and retention backplates for the new NVIDIA GeForce GTX Titan X reference card. The EK-FC Titan X water block allows water to flow directly over critical components such as the GPU, RAM and VRM, which should allow for better and more stable overclocking. Hit the link to find out more!