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Hardware News

Corsair Announces Carbide Series SPEC-06 RGB Case

Corsair, a world leader in PC gaming peripherals and enthusiast components, today unveiled the latest addition to its Carbide Series of enthusiast PC cases, the CORSAIR Carbide Series SPEC-06 RGB. A tempered glass side panel and RGB-lit front panel showcase and highlight your build, while Direct Airflow Path design delivers cool air to the systems hottest components and keeps your PC ahead of the curve.

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Raidmax Announces The X08 Open Air Chassis

Raidmax has just announced their X08 chassis, which is designed as sort of an open-air mid-tower. It is made up of metal panels with tempered glass panels on the either side. The look is quite good and sort of makes it look like a transformer. The chassis does support ATX motherboards with 7 expansion slots, graphics cards up to 400 mm as well as CPU coolers up to 150 mm in height.

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NZXT Scores with the H700i Ninja Edition

NZXT, a leading provider of desktop components for PC gamers, today announced, in collaboration with world famous streamer Tyler "Ninja" Blevins, the H700i Ninja Edition mid-tower case. Designed alongside Ninja, the H700i Ninja Edition gives NZXT's build-friendly chassis a completely unique look, sporting Ninja's iconic logo and personally-selected color theme, setting it apart from other battle royale PC cases.

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CORSAIR Launches New SPEC-OMEGA RGB Case

CORSAIR, a world leader in PC gaming peripherals and enthusiast components, today announced the launch of the new CORSAIR Carbide Series SPEC-OMEGA RGB enthusiast PC case. Building on the award-winning angular tempered glass design of the SPEC-OMEGA, the SPEC-OMEGA RGB adds stunning RGB lighting courtesy of two CORSAIR HD120 RGB LED fans and a custom 30-LED RGB lighting strip integrated into the case's front fascia.

Reviews

In Win 305 Case Review

Last year we took a look at In Win's 301 chassis, which was one of the most elegant micro ATX / mini-ITX chassis we've ever seen. In Win had the 303 for a while, which was the ATX version of the chassis, but they new have a newer 305, which is still an ATX chassis, which a few changes from the previous 303. This case is a combination of tempered glass and SECC steel with a splash of brushed aluminum on the front panel. In Win puts together these elements in such an elegant way that this case really has that modern look. You can pack some pretty beefy hardware inside this case with graphics card support up to 350 mm and 360 mm radiator support. Let's jump in and see if this case can wow us like the 301 did.

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Antec Intros DF500 and DF500 RGB Cases

Antec is introducing a new chassis in two different variants. Looking at the design you can tell it is aimed to compete with CoolerMaster's MasterBox Lite 5 RGB. The new case is the DF500 and will come in a regular version as well as an RGB version.

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NZXT H700i Case Review

NZXT is a company which has always innovated when it came to their cases. I've always felt like their cases were made for builders as they've always had features that builders and modders wanted. It has been a while since we've seen a new high-end case from NZXT. Well they have recently released their new H-Series cases, which are made up of the H700i, H400i, and H200i. These are ATX, Micro-ATX, and Mini-ITX cases respectively. NZXT tells us these are "Smart" cases with built-in RGB lighting and fans which you can control via NZXT's very popular CAM software. Of course this is all connected for you from the get go, and you have adaptive noise reduction which should help your system stay quiet, even during intense gaming sessions. Of course you have a nice tempered glass side panel to show off your hardware, and some very interesting cable management features. Is this the next case for you? Read on as we find out!

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