Author: Aaron Howe

Small Hadron Collider

Compact Gaming What we’re looking at today is a build almost using entirely EVGA components. EVGA Z97 Stinger EVGA mITX CPU Cooler EVGA GTX 760 SC EVGA 500W Gold EVGA Hadron Air   These components paired with the Intel Core i5-4690K, and 16GB of DDR3 memory – this made a very nice powerful and portable LAN machine.   With the side panel off, we can see the clean cable routing for the mechanical drives, as well as for the GPU. Sadly the last black cable that I was waiting for on this build never arrived; so a black/red ATX...

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Corsair Air 240 Case Review

Introduction Today we’re taking a look at the Corsair Carbide Series Air 240. A compact PC case made for flexibility in cooling. Capable of housing either a Micro-ATX, or Mini-ITX motherboard, and following the tradition of the ‘Carbide Air’ cases with split compartment design – it truly is a striking case. With the aggressive front fascia that we’ve come to know in the series, and an overall reduction in size of 40% from the Air 540 – it is a remarkable and extraordinary small form factor computer case. The full sized window provides a fantastic overview of all of...

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Thermaltake Suppressor F51 Case Review

Introduction Thermaltake released their Suppressor series of cases with a stress on sound reduction and the ability for increased cooling options. Supporting all types of platforms from Mini-ITX to even E-ATX motherboards, it is incredibly dynamic. The case has an innovative optical drive and HDD cage tool-free design, which is inspired from more enterprise solutions. The optical and HDD cages are both modular in this case, and can be removed. The Suppressor F51 is also equipped with magnetic dust filters everywhere, along the top, front, and bottom of the case. To read more, click...

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Streacom F12C Case Review

Introduction Today we take a look at a home theater computer case, one with several key innovative features. The F12C by Streacom is designed to be for the high-end market for these kind of cases, and with its all metal construction – it does not disappoint. With support for motherboards ranging from Mini-ITX all the way up to full-sized ATX boards; and an exterior constructed from thick 4mm premium grade extruded and sandblasted aluminum panels, it creates a simple but timeless design. With a unique hardware mounting system, and an equally innovative top panel release mechanism; this case is...

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Raidmax Viper GX II Case Review

Introduction Today we have the Raidmax Viper GX II – a direct descendant of the original Viper GX. With a color scheme that is begging for a Gigabyte SOC Force motherboard, the orange pops from the moment you open the box. With an aggressive styled front, top, and side panels – this is any gamers dream case. The beauty is more than skin deep. Raidmax has made sure all the bases are covered. A full compliment of external and intenal expansion bays are included and there is also a 2.5 hot swap bay located predominatley on the front. To read...

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