Corsair Graphite 600T Computer Case
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It seems that vanity has no limit, as there aren't many markets more entwined in style and appearance than the consumer electronics industry. It makes sense, since these are called Personal Computers, after all. Identity is everything to consumers, which is what makes computer cases such a personal choice for system builders. Corsair is helping to make these decisions a little easier for enthusiasts by offering their Corsair Graphite 600T computer case. Like most things that come from this performance-orientated company, the Graphite series of computer enclosures delivers what people want most. In this article, Benchmark Reviews investigates the CC600T model for functionality and value.

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Lancool First Knight PC-K63 Computer Case
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Lian Li is a maker of super high quality aluminium PC chassis, for most these are considered too expensive for a gaming PC. Well Lian Li also make PC cases made of steel and plastic to the same high standards and also share their innovations and patents, but market them under the name Lancool. Recently Lancool launched three new cases in the First Knight series aimed at the gaming market and Benchmark Reviews has the Lancool First Knight PC-K63 computer chassis on hand for testing. The PC-K63 is entirely tool free and has a fully painted black interior, the motherboard standoffs come pre installed and thumbscrews are used where there is no tool free mechanism. Patented tool free solutions are; tool free PSU clamp, tool free HDD/SSD rubber mounting grommets and an excellent HDD/SSD mounting cage, tool free ODD latch mechanism and finally tool free PCI backplane clamps. The Lancool First Knight PC-K63 case has a massive transparent window and very bright LED fans that light up the inside while they cool your components. In the back is a very good cable routing solution that will help advanced and novice PC builders alike to easily route cables out of sight.

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Zalman Z9 Plus Mid-Tower Computer Case
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Zalman is no stranger to what PC enthusiasts want in a product. The Z9 Plus computer case aims to please with attractive features at an attractive price. Zalman has included such features as a 2 channel fan controller and temperature display built into the 4 USB front I/O panel. The Z9 Plus supports up to 7 system fans, as well as up to 290mm video cards for your convenience. Will this newest Mid-Tower ATX Case, the Z9 Plus live up to the Zalman name of performance and quality? Benchmark Reviews is pleased to have one of the first looks at this new chassis.

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SilverStone RV02B-EW Computer Case
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The Silverstone Raven RV02B-EW is the latest product in the very successful Raven line. Continuing with the 90-degree rotation of the motherboard Silverstone has improved upon the original Raven 1 and Raven 2 with the Silverstone Raven 2 Evolution. Silverstone has refined their revolutionary design even more making for an even more accessible product, while at the same time improving the cooling performance of the original Raven 2. This case is considered a evolutions of the Raven 2 and as such has some new additions including three of Silverstone's highly rated 180mm Air Penetrator fans, and hot swap drive bays. Benchmark Reviews will look at if these additions help improve Raven 2 design or if this "new" version is just being used to milk a very successful franchise.

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Lian-Li PC-Q08B Aluminum Mini Tower PC Case
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Mini-ITX is definitively one of the bigger sensations of the moment. In 2009, Mini-ITX products were significantly slower than nowadays. The difference between going from an Intel Atom to a Core i7 or Core i5 processor is just huge. But when you're an avid gamer who loves to visit LANs, friends and events, your weapon consists on a (CPU+GPU) combo, and not only a powerful CPU. But where could you put a mid-end or high-end GPU in a mini-ITX case if they only offer half-sized PCI slots (if any) and poor cooling solutions? Thinking about this, Lian-Li has launched their Mini-Q PC-Q08 Aluminum case. This mini tower case features a 300mm maximum video card size, as well as space for 7 storage drives and full ATX PS/2 PSUs for maximum system's performance. Is the Lian-Li PC-Q08B Aluminum Mini Tower PC Case good enough to build a powerful, yet small gaming system? Benchmark Reviews will install a decent gamer's PC inside it and check if it lives up to its claims.

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Antec Lanboy Air Open-Frame Case
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The Lanboy Air case is the most recent in a long line of enclosures from Antec. Cases from Antec generally score high points among computer enthusiasts not only for their looks, but also for their ability to keep air moving inside the case. An overclocked PC requires a good case with a lot of air flow in order to keep all the important components safe from overheating. While a low-end PC used mainly for internet or word processing might be fine tucked away in the drawer of a desk and enclosed in the least expensive case you can find, the same is not true of any gaming or enthusiast computer. In this article, Benchmark Reviews takes you on a detailed tour inside and out of Antec's newest case, the Lanboy Air.

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Lian Li PC-V1020R Full Tower Computer Case
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There's been a lot of innovation in the computer case market in the last couple of years, and while there have been some real advances in features and utility, there's also been some stuff that's best described as "silly". As cases evolve to handle the demands of enthusiast systems, Lian Li has been updating their traditional designs to meet the challenges posed by the competition (and your hot components). Today Benchmark Reviews looks at the Lian Li PC-V1020 full tower aluminum computer case.

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BitFenix Colossus E-ATX Computer Case
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BitFenix is very much a newcomer to the saturated market of computer cases. They are looking to get their foot in the door, and make a big name for themselves. With the introduction of the Colossus case, it is clear they intend to make a very large impression on the market. As the name implies, this large tower form factor case is almost two full feet tall and deep, so you know it lives up to the name Colossus. Benchmark Reviews has been given the opportunity to take a look at the Colossus. With advertised features such as a security-minded top storage/access panel, unique exterior LED lighting system, and massive cooling capabilities, this case has much promise to be a great debut for BitFenix as a company. Will it live up to the Colossus name, and up to Benchmark Reviews' standards? Read the full review to find out!

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Thermaltake Armor A60 Case VM20001W2Z
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Not much is able to be changed within an enclosure in order to make it innovative. Generic functionality such as more fans, a different design, and flashier lights seem to be added with the creation of every new case released. Thermaltake, however, has noticed this trend, and has opted to go away from the norm by including "the world's first SideClick EasySwap design" within their latest case, the Thermaltake Armor A60 (VM20001W2Z). Join Benchmark Reviews as we review Thermaltake's latest case.

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