Antec DF-85 Dark Fleet Full-Tower Case
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Antec have been rather busy of late, busy creating the Dark Fleet series that is. The Dark fleet series is Antec's newest range of gaming PC cases and consists of three models, the DF-30 and DF-35 Mid Tower cases, and the DF-85 Full Tower case. Today Benchmark Reviews has the pleasure to bring to you the Dark Fleet DF-85 Full Tower PC case. The DF-85 comes with a whopping seven fans pre-installed, an external 2.5" SATA Hot-Swap bay, an internal 2.5" SSD mount and four movable Fleet Swap Hot-Swap drive interfaces with Fleet Release doors for easy access. This is just the tip of the iceberg though, please read on to see what's hot and what's not with the Antec Dark Fleet DF-85 Full Tower PC case.

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Cooler Master HAF-X Case RC-942-KKN1
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With Cooler Master's recent release of the HAF X the anticipation culminating since CES 2010 can finally be relieved. This new edition to Cooler Master's "High Air Flow" series is a full tower case truly meant for enthusiasts. Heavy-weight systems packing huge power need a heavy-weight case with mammoth cooling performance. Model RC-942-KKN1 builds on successful features from the past while incorporating some new ideas. The case was designed to do two things extremely well, hold lots of high performance parts and keep them cool. Read on while Benchmark Reviews evaluates the HAF-X.

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Antec DF-35 Dark Fleet Computer Case
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Antec is one of the premier computer accessory manufacturers, and their cases have garnered a well-earned reputation for quality and features. Indeed, the Antec "Hundred" series of cases (the Two Hundred, Three Hundred, Six Hundred, Nine Hundred, and Twelve Hundred) are considered by many to be the benchmarks in their classes for cost-effective enthusiast level cases. Antec has just introduced their new "Dark Fleet" series, with several new models sporting an edgier style than they've previously shown. Benchmark Reviews examines the mid-tower Antec DF-35 case to see how it fares against the competition.

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Xigmatek Utgard CPC-T90DB-U01 Computer Case
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Xigmatek have a few cases in their collection now, the latest is the Xigmatek Utgard CPC-T90DB-U01 which is the focus of this review. The Utgard is in many ways very similar to the Midgard chassis and it has many differences too, some are good while some are not so good. There is real support for water cooling with the Utgard as well as 3 design choices - Classic (U01), Windowed (U02) or mesh (U03) and all come with the option of additional 500w power supply. Join Benchmark Reviews now as we see what the Utgard Classic has to offer.

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Lian Li PC-T60 PitStop ATX Test Bench Chassis
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If you're the kind of computer enthusiast whose case is always open, and you change components in your rig more often than you change your underwear, a "work bench" type of computer case might be something you could use. These open-air chassis make it easy to swap out components and access areas of your system like diagnostic LEDs and voltage measurement points. Of course, they also make it easy for the dirt and danger of the outside world to get to your system's expensive and delicate electronics, so they're not for everyone. Lian Li's new PC-T60 and PC-T7 Test Bench chassis (for ATX/mini-ATX and Mini-ITX motherboards, repectively) address this market with the brushed aluminum flair the company is known for, and Benchmark Reviews checks out the new Lian Li PC-T60 ATX/Mini-ATX Test Bench chassis in this review.

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Thermaltake Element-Q VL52021N2U mITX HTPC Case
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Thermaltake isn't new to the market. They have a full line of different cases and cooling systems. Today Benchmark reviews will be testing the Thermaltake Element-Q, model VL52021N2U. This chassis belongs to the "Small Form Factor" Line and it's targeted at the Mini-ITX industry. Apart from being the typical mini-case with 220 watts PSU included, what makes this product special against other Mini ITX cases? It supports full 5.25" optical drives and two 3.5" full sized HDDs. Compared to many other Mini-ITX cases; this can be an advantage over other products making your new purchase a lot cheaper. It also supports a full-height PCI card, which means you can install your Audio or Video card and enhance your HTPC experience. Read our full review to verify if the Element-Q suits to your needs.

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Lian-Li Armorsuit PC-P50R Dragon Case
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The Lian Li Armorsuit PC-P50R is a mid-size tower with a sleek black exterior, and some serious red highlights. Taking advantage of the full aluminum construction, Lian Li lets a bucket of red anodizing die loose on the interior, and the result is stunning. The case also comes outfitted with four red LED fans that enhance the AMD theme. Lian Li has never been shy about dressing up its signature products, and they've produced some of the most original and striking PC gaming cases that I can remember. Special attention has been focused on the tool-free features of the case, and the case is lightweight to make it suitable for LAN parties. Many features aid in getting a full gaming system built or reconfigured quickly and cable management is simple, yet effective. Benchmark Reviews is pleased to review this special AMD Dragon edition of the Lian Li PC-P50 series.

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Antec ISK 310-150 Mini-ITX Desktop Case
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If you´re looking for a Mini-ITX computer case for your new "high-efficiency" platform the Antec ISK 310-150 might be the right product for your needs. In 2009, some Mini-ITX motherboards were launched based on the Intel Atom platform. Antec quickly response was the ISK 300-65. At this moment, many other brands like Zotac, ECS, ASUS or even ASRock have taken the Mini-ITX market and expanded it to make the HTPCs powerful and affordable. There was still a limiting since many products offered low power PSUs (65 watts is simply not enough). If you want a Mini-ITX H55 paired with the Intel Core i3/Core i5 CPUs you need at least a 150 watts PSU to make sure you won´t have power-related problems. Benchmark Reviews tests the Antec ISK 310-150 which offers a new, elegant front finish with a 150 watts Flex-ATX PSU to power your system.

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Thermaltake V3 Black Edition Case VL80001W2Z
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Good functionality, a sleek design, and a low budget are the things Thermaltake had in mind while designing the Thermaltake V3 Black Edition Case VL80001W2Z. With the typical cases designed for a higher-end systems we usually see from Thermaltake, the V3 Black Edition is a breath of fresh air. Thermaltake has taken a different direction with this chassis; it focuses on providing a wide range of functionality for a great price. Thinking about purchasing a new case but don't want to burn a hole in your wallet? Join Benchmark Reviews as we take a look at the Thermaltake V3 Black Edition Case, model VL80001W2Z.

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