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SilverStone Primera PM02 Case Review

If you have been involved in any real aspect of the PC building community for any amount of time in the last 10 years or so, then you are probably familiar with SilverStone. SilverStone offers a range of products for both DIY builders and end-users alike, spanning from things like power supplies and CPU coolers to drive enclosures and PC cases. Today we will be taking a look at one of SilverStone's latest PC cases from their Primera series, the PM02.

Phanteks Evolv Shift X
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Phanteks Evolv Shift X Case Review

The Phanteks Evolv Shift X immediately strikes you as a unique and beautiful work of steel and glass. It is incredibly aesthetically pleasing. Striking even. However, as we take a moment and ponder further we see that beauty, as it often does, comes at a cost. This chassis will accept only Mini ITX motherboards, it is small. The length or height (depending on orientation) hides the fact that this case is basically SFF and as such must be approached with care and tact. Follow along as we find out both what it takes to build in this nearly boutique work of art as well as whether or not you really want to.

In Win 805 Infinity
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In Win 805 Infinity Case Review

In Win's 805 was already a great case with its aluminum design, tempered glass side panels, and elegant look. In Win was not done with the 805 however, they wanted to add something very unique to it. That something came in the form of an infinity mirror on the front of the case teamed with a RGB LED strip and a second RGB strip for you to install in the case itself. This addition really made this case unique and something that will definitely catch some attention at your next LAN event or when someone walks in your room. So today we are checking out In Win's 805 Infinity Mid Tower and we'll let you know just how awesome the infinity mirror is and if this case is worth using for your next build!

Lian Li PC-K6S
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Lian Li PC-K6S Case Review

Lian Li is known by many as a high-end case manufacture with many of their cases costing well over $250. This is mainly because these cases are made of all aluminum, which of course is more expensive and lighter than steel. What you might not know is that Lian Li has an Ebonsteel line of cases which feature steel construction and come in at affordable prices. Today we will be taking a look at the PC-K6S, which is the silent version of the PC-K6. Being that this case is made for silence you have sound dampening material on both side panels, the top and front of the case. The PC-K6S is also designed to give you an extremely clean build as you have large metal shrouds covering the power supply and have drive cages. Talking about storage this case can fit up to 7 hard drives! Let's see what the PC-K6S is all about!

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In Win Turns Case Mods Into Production Cases

This past summer at Computex, In Win hosted the 2016 Mod in Taiwan contest. There were eight teams invited to the 24 hour contest made up of three, eight hour sessions. Among other challenges, teams had to figure out what tools they may need and deal with the logistics and technical challenges of working in a foreign country without their personal workshop. At the end two builds were chosen as the winners and then both builds were copied with intense attention to detail and turned into limited addition production models.

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In Win Tou 2.0 Gets All Shined Up for CES

In Win is always bringing impressive cases to show off at CES and this year is no exception. Fresh from the upgrade line is Tou 2.0 and it sure does catch the eye. This massive full tower, surely an enthusiast piece, has large 5mm thick tempered glass panels covering most of the exterior while LED lights dim and brighten to change whether the case is mirrored or opaque. The lights brightness are controlled through a really unique touch slider switch built into the top of the front panel.

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