Silverstone Kublai KL03B-W Mid-Tower ATX Case
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For the longest time, computer cases were neglected. So it's about time that some thought went into the design of these historically overlooked PC components. Now it seems computer case designs are changing faster than ever. Of course now you have literally hundreds of products to choose from. The problem comes when trying to select the best one for you. There are of course some big names and not so big names in the industry. I've always thought of Silverstone as a manufacturer of very expensive high end computer cases. Well, that all changed when I first learned of the Kublai series cases from Silverstone, I was excited because I knew that finally I could afford to own a true Silverstone computer case. I had always admired them but knew I could never afford their steep price tags. Now that has all changed with the Kublai series. This is actually the third installment of the Kublai series cases, also known as the KL03 series of which also comes in several different flavors too.

Silverstone's third Kublai mid tower chassis is made for aficionados and serious computer enthusiasts that require a high level component with no trade-offs for cooling and quietness. Following the designing concept of previous chassis from Kublai series, the KL03 also possess many features borrowed from the Temjin series. Constructed using steel and aluminum, this chassis strikes a great balance between external aesthetics and excellent structural rigidity. Benchmark Reviews tests the Silverstone Kublai KL03B-W mid-tower ATX computer case in this article.

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Lian Li PC-A09B Classical Series Mid-Tower Case
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Lian Li is known for well made products when it comes to stylish computer cases and functional chassis. They have been on the market for seven years now and Benchmark Reviews has been pleased to have the opportunity to review several of their items. This time we will be taking a look at the Lian Li PC-A09B Classical Series Mid-Tower Case to see if it stacks up to the others.

Lian Li PC-A09B Classical Series Mid-Tower Case

 
NZXT Alpha Classical Series Mid-Tower Case
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Fortunately, since the PC Enclosure market is roughly organized into three segments; entry/OEM level, mid-range and performance/enthusiast, all you need to do to begin your case search, is to figure out which segment of the market fits your systems needs and zero your search down to that particular segment. Someone looking to spend between $25.00-$75.00 on their future system's enclosure need not waste their time exploring the expensive performance/enthusiast segment of the market, and so forth. Well, if part of your criteria is that you are on a budget or a first time builder, then usually the place to start is at the entry and budget mid-range levels.

Once there, while parusing the current multitude of styles and designs, your eye would almost certainly be caught by the entry-to-mid-range NZXT offering: the ALPHA. The first time you see it, you'll think, "I bet that's what Darth Vader's desktop looks like." Today at Benchmark Reviews, we're going to find out if NZXT's latest in their Classic series line is just another....pretty face?

NZXT Alpha Classical Series Mid-Tower Case
 
NZXT Rogue Crafted Series SFF Gaming Case
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As an Enthusiast I have considered several Small Form Factor (SFF) cases to host my gaming system, and I can comfortably state that a large number of members of the gaming community consider SFF cases as well. But in my case, full or mid tower cases have always been my choice due to higher cooling potential because of better airflow which they have been known to offer. Benchmark Reviews has the new NZXT Rouge Crafted Series SFF gaming chassis in our hands, a chassis which focuses on key-points such as higher cooling potential, supporting larger power supplies, and most importantly hosting the highest-end of gaming cards with no size restrictions. Please join us as we explore NZXT's newest addition to Crafted Series of gamer cases.

NZXT Rogue Crafted Series SFF Gaming Case

 
Ultra m998 Aluminum Mid-Tower ATX Case ULT40069
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The Ultra m998 is so named for the exalted m998 HMMWV (better known as the Humvee): a lightweight, high performance, four wheel drive, air transportable & droppable, land mobility system. For comparison: the Ultra's m998 is constructed mainly of lightweight aluminum and plastic parts, sports four optional castors (wheels), a removable motherboard tray, the ability to remove every panel, and also boasts a roomy interior. In concept at least the m998 sounds akin to its name sake's description. Benchmark Reviews however wants to see if Ultra's m998 Aluminum Mid-Tower ATX Case ULT40069 can live up to this legendary reputation, so we've taken this baby for a test drive.

Ultra m998 Aluminum Mid-Tower ATX Case ULT40069 Review

 
Thermaltake DH101 HTPC ATX Case VF7001BNS
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Not too long ago, Benchmark Reviews featured a Guide: How to shop for your first HDTV in which we revealed that digital HDTV's would soon be a forced standard in slightly more than a year. We followed this up by using our own shopping advice to purchase the Sharp AQUOS LC-52D62U 52" 1080P HDTV, one of the best and most affordable HDTV's presently produced. But because Blu-Ray Disc and HD-DVD are still at battle with no end in sight, there is only place left to go: high definition broadcast. Benchmark Reviews sets out to build an HTPC with HDMI support, gaming-strength video, a digital HDTV tuner, and plenty of storage capacity; and we fit it all into the capable Thermaltake DH101 HTPC ATX Case VF7001BNS.

Thermaltake DH101 HTPC ATX Case VF7001BNS

 
Lian Li PC-A58B Mid-Tower Case: Non-Production Release
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Lian Li has been at the very top of the computer chassis industry for the past seven years, and they have a tradition of releasing well designed products. On very rare occasions the manufacturer builds a product that is later pulled from production, and this is one of them. Benchmark Reviews has inspected the all new PC-A58B Black Aluminum Alloy Mid-Tower ATX Case, and we won't be pulling any punches when we state our results.

Lian Li PC-B58B Black Aluminum Alloy Mid-Tower ATX Case

 
Lian Li PC-B25B Black Aluminum Mid-Tower ATX Case
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There's a good reason as to why Lian Li has been at the very top of the computer chassis industry for the past seven years; they have upheld a tradition of producing well designed products. Just as popular for their craftsmanship, the Lian Li company has a history of ingenious application of aluminum in their products. Benchmark Reviews has inspected the all new PC-B25B Black Aluminum Mid-Tower ATX Case, and we offer a public view of our results.

Lian Li PC-B25B Black Aluminum Mid-Tower ATX Case

 
Apevia X-Jupiter Jr G Mid Tower ATX Case
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The Apevia X-Jupiter JR G may not be the king of mid range, mid-tower cases, but is it truly a prince? Read on to find out just what we thought of the Apevia X-Jupiter JR G. The X-JUPITER JR is a mid tower that shares the same look and some functions of the X-JUPITER Full Tower but with a much more affordable price. For those who like the style of X-JUPITER case but has the space and budget concern, this is the one. Sturdy construction with tool free design and ample space make your installation easy. Besides the top connections for USB 2.0, firewire and audio, this case also comes with a LCD showing the temperature of whatever the sensor attached to, and a fan speed controller to balance the noise and cooling. Today at Benchmark Reviews we take a close look at the Apevia X-Jupiter JR G and let you know if it truly is a Prince!

Apevia X-Jupiter Jr G Mid Tower ATX Case
 
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