Thermaltake announced the arrival of three cube-shaped cases today, which are notable for having a ridiculous number of fan mounts, given their compact size. The three models are dubbed the Core X1, Core X2, and Core X9 (we're afraid to ask what happened to Cores 3-8), distinguished by their sizing for mini-ITX, micro-ATX and full ATX motherboards, respectively. If the photos and diagrams are true (and someone please pinch us), the little X1 can take a whopping 360mm radiator and has five mounts for fans ranging from 120mm to 200mm. It can also take a full-sized power supply in the lower chamber, where you can also stow a few storage devices. Speaking of which, the drive bays are all fully modular.
Each winner will receive an NZXT Super Bundle worth $450
To celebrate the launch of the most affordable PC case in its storied Phantom line, California-based NZXT has announced a month-long case design competition that is open to every earthling over the age of 18. As part of the "Phantom 240 Design Competition", which got underway on May 1, the company will be giving away one NZXT Super Bundle each to three lucky winners.
Successor to last year’s Elite 120 features a full mesh front panel
PC peripheral maker Cooler Master on Tuesday announced the launch of a new case that it says improves upon last year’s Elite 120 Advanced mini-ITX chassis with a bunch of value added features. It is clear from its spec sheet that the Elite 130, as the just launched mini ITX case is called, is definitely a little more compact and slightly lighter than the Elite 120.
Offspring of HAF and Stacker computer cases will be unveiled later this month
PC peripheral maker Cooler Master wants you to ignore the spasmodic (and greatly exaggerated) reports of the PC’s impending demise and instead concentrate on the upcoming launch of its all new HAF Stacker computer caseseries. The company recently launched a dedicated micro site for the upcoming case, which it says will be the world’s very first “mod-tower” case.
Inspired by the award winning l3p d3sk case mod, Cross is now available for pre-order
From smartphones to smart TVs, convergence is everywhere. Often, it can even be found in places where we least expect it. Take Red Harbinger’s Cross Desk, for instance. It’s a desk and a PC case rolled into one.
Phanteks has so far limited itself to manufacturing PC cooling solutions, but very soon it will have its very first PC case on the market in the form of the Enthoo Primo. To this end, it has now divulged all the vital product details it chose to withhold last month, when it teased its impending entry into the world of PC cases through a couple of short preview videos.