Recently, I took a look at a really nice case from Inwin and found a few good things and a few bad things about it. Mostly good things. Well, when it showed up here, that case wasn't alone. It brought a friend, named simply the BUC. Part of Inwin's Destiny Lite series, the BUC is a gaming case with a whole lot of cool features to talk about. I see no reason to delay, so let's have a look now, shall we?
Once in a while, I like to review something a little different from the usual power supply. Today is just such an occasion. Inwin Development has asked me to review their new Dragon Rider case. Some of you may already know that I am a fantasy novelist, and because of that I just couldn't turn this opportunity down. Come on in, and we'll try to do some dragon riding.
Here lately I have been going out of the normal and reviewing a few things other than PSU's. Today is no exception, as I am going to be taking a look at a brand new case from Xigmatek, the Elysium. The first thing that one should notice about this case is its massive size. It is geared toward the XL-ATX Form Factor for boards like the EVGA X58 Classified 4-Way SLI. The Elysium offers several features that cater to a power hungry configuration.
we are going to be taking a look at the SilverStone SG07B-W, the windowed version of the SG07
(also available without the window - SG07B). Over the years we've seen
SilverStone offer up various SFF cases ranging from the Micro-ATX SG01 to the Mini-ITX
SG05. The SG07 falls in between the two while offering a much more powerful
platform. The SG07W comes with an 80
PLUS Bronze certified 600W (@ 50°C) power supply that also utilizes shorter
Last week, we saw Antec attempting to reinvent the wheel by introducing a new power supply form factor called CPX. This week, we'll continue our look at this new form factor by examining in detail one of the few cases on the market to support it, the Twelve Hundred.
On occasion, we here at JonnyGURU.com take a step out of our normal routine of talking about power supplies, and dive into something different. Well today is one of those endeavors. We are going to take a look at a chassis from NZXT, the Zero 2. The overall look of the Zero 2 chassis, closely reassembles the older sibling, the Zero. So let's dig in and see how the Zero 2 holds up to todays standards.
A couple of years ago Silverstone created a uni-body PC chassis, the Temjin TJ07. The TJ07 case is still one of the best looking cases from Silverstone to date. In an attempt to expand on that design Silverstone has decided to create a new line of chassis, the Fortress series. The Silverstone Fortress FT01 is the first chassis in that product line, which utilizes the same uni-body design as the TJ07. It also brings several great features to the table, so come on in and see what we have to say about it.