Small form factor PC's can often be a fun endeavour but they can also be an essential part of a network. Their leading applications include HTPCs and wordprocessors/internet browsers but the limitations only exist with software. Some Mini-ITX cases come with all the bells and whistles and start at a small fortune. But what if you're looking for a chassis without breaking the bank? Here to hold that position in the market is the Thermaltake Element Q Small Form Factor Chassis. Lets take a look at how Thermaltake advertises this case:
As the market for DIY computer parts expands it's becoming harder and harder to find a quality chassis for less than $100. Nearly all ATX cases have risen above the $100 mark but usually are worth the coin considering fans, space, features etc.
Following on the heels of its very well received big brother, NZXT's Phantom 410 promises to offer everything we love about the full size Phantom in a smaller package. But will this reduction in size and price result in an improvement on an already great case, or lead to sacrifices in the 410's design?
With new cases continually being released by all of the major manufactures, we are getting more features, better build quality, higher airflow, and better looks while prices decrease. Today we will review Raidmax's newest mid-tower entry, the Viper. It has all of the biggest features to go toe-to-toe with the best cases on the market, but will its features be enough to hold its own against its vast amount of competitors?
So once again Lian Li has changed up the computer case design while leaving the exterior of the case unchanged. Just when you think there isn’t much else you can do with a computer case, Lian Li comes in and WOW’s you once again. Check out why we feel the PC-90 should be on your watch list for a new case for its features and game changing design.
Today cases are evolving every day in look, functionality, and practicality. Most cases offer a great solution but obvious flaws in one of these fields. With that we have found the Holy Grail: The Level 10 GT from Thermaltake. We have seen and reviewed the "normal" version of the Level 10 GT but today we have the Snow Edition: A White rendition of the already popular case.