Thursday, November 15, 2018

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Hardware News

Thermaltake Releases Level 20 VT Micro Chassis

Thermaltake, a leading premium gaming tower manufacturer, announced the immediate availability of Thermaltake Level 20 VT Micro Chassis. Thermaltake is thrilled to show the latest TT Premium product line - the Level 20 Series which commemorates 20 years of dedication to the PC industry. The Level 20 VT is the pocket rocket of the Level 20 series, offering massive support inside an M-ATX footprint.

Biostar B360GT3S Motherboard
Motherboards

Biostar B360GT3S Motherboard Review

When Intel released their 8th generation "Coffee Lake" processors back in October 2017 they were released alongside the enthusiast-class Z370 chipset. That was the only chipset you could use with these new processors at the time. Now you have the option of H370, B360, and H310. The B360 chipset differs from H370 in a few different ways, first you only have support for a single x16 PCI-E slot, only 12 PCI-E lanes (compared to 24), fewer USB ports, and there is no CPU or memory overclocking. Today we will be checking out a B360 board from Biostar. This is actually our first look at a B360 board, but also our first look at a board from Biostar. The Biostar B360GT3S motherboard is part of Biostar's Racing line, which is a gaming line within their product stack. Let's take a look and see if there is a lower-cost alternative to getting a Z370 motherboard.

Hardware News

COUGAR Announces Conquer Essence Micro ATX/Mini ITX Case

COUGAR announces the launch of its new compact-format case Conquer Essence. Unique in its premium approach to compact cases, Conquer Essence keeps all the design elements that made Conquer one in a compact format. This approach is unique in that it delivers advanced design features in a Micro ATX / Mini ITX case.

Cases

Cooler Master MasterBox Q300L & Q300P PC Cases Review

Back in January at CES when we visited with Cooler Master they showed us their Q300L and Q300P mini-tower cases. These cases not only looked great, but had an equally great price at $39.99 for the Q300L and $69.99 for the Q300P. On the inside both of these cases are the same supporting Micro-ATX motherboards, full-size graphics cards, 3 hard drives, and even some water-cooling.

Corsair Crystal Series 280X RGB Case
Cases

Corsair Crystal Series 280X RGB Case Review

Corsair's Crystal Series is definitely their more flashy series. The Crystal Series 570X was one of the coolest cases Corsair released at the end of 2016. Well we now have a new entry into the Crystal Series, the 280X RGB. It comes in as a high performance Micro-ATX with three tempered glass panels, a dual-channel internal layout, two LL120 RGB fans, and Corsair's own Lighting Node Pro RGB controller. This cause aims to be sleek, stylish and functional. Let's get a system built in it and see what we think!

Motherboards

EVGA X299 Micro Motherboard Review

EVGA always has three motherboards for each series they release, typically we see an E-ATX board, ATX board, and Micro-ATX board. Their X299 line is no different and today we are going to be checking out the X299 Micro, which is EVGA's Micro-ATX X299 board. Considering how powerful the X299 platform is you could really build as pretty amazing smaller form factor system perfect for LAN parties. This board supports 2-way SLI, has M.2 support, USB 3.1 support, 802.11ac WiFi, and even RGB header support. If you are looking to build a small, but powerful X299 system this could be the perfect board for you! Let's take a look and see what it is all about!

In Win 301 Case
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In Win 301 Case Review

In Win's 303 Mid Tower chassis was and still is very popular. Well if you didn't know In Win came out with an even smaller version of the chassis, which is the 301. It is made for Micro-ATX and Mini-ITX builds and definitely is one of the smallest tower-style cases we've ever seen! In Win calls this style of case a mini tower and we have to say this is one elegant case. You have a simplistic style with a full tempered glass side panel. On top of that you can fit some pretty beefy hardware inside. Let's jump in and take a look!

Phanteks Enthoo Evolv mATX Tempered Glass Case
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Phanteks Enthoo Evolv mATX Tempered Glass Case Review

Phanteks' line of Enthoo Evlov cases has been one of our favorites over the past couple of years. This year they are giving the tempered glass treatment to many of the models in the series. Today we are going to be checking out the tempered glass version of the Evolv Micro-ATX case. This is the successor to the first ever Evolv case and combines 3mm aluminum with dual tempered glass side panels. This case has already proven to be one of the best out there and adding tempered glass panels is going to make it even better. Phanteks has also added RGB LEDs to the front of the case and around the power button, which you can sync with your motherboard software. Let's take a closer look at all this tempered glass and see if the Enthoo Evolv remains to be one of the best choices for Micro-ATX system builders.

Cooler Master MasterCase Pro 3
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Cooler Master MasterCase Pro 3 Case Review

Cooler Master's MasterCase 5 was one of the my favorite cases that I reviewed last year. I awarded it a perfect 10 out of 10 score and our Editor's Choice Award. I liked the case so much that I made it a the base case that we use for CPU cooler reviews. Cooler Master has really reinvented themselves with their MasterCase Series of cases and today they are launching the MasterCase Pro 3 case. This case is very much like the MasterCase Pro 5, but smaller only supporting MicroATX motherboards. The case still will feature that solid design we know the MasterCase Series for, the FreeForm modular system which makes relocating parts and upgrading easy, removable radiator brackets, SSD mounts, and much more. Let's take a look at what Cooler Master's latest case has to offer.

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