PC Cases for everyone & More
Subject: Cases and Cooling | November 15, 2004 - 04:53 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Hexus reviews a fairly unadorned, but extremely stylish case from Akasa. For those of you who prefer a little flash at the front, check out the Janus, Samurai or the Dracula, and Coolermaster announces that their CM Stacker line is BTX ready.
"Akasa, while not the original manufacturers of the chassis, have worked with the original creators to tweak it just as they like it, engineering out any initial flaws they saw and paying close attention to the smaller details and the wider cooling performance. The width of the chassis and its modular nature afford you excellent thermal performance and ease of use. It's stylish too, the all-black aesthetic tickling my fancy. Simple to work with and open for modification and integration of any powerful system you wish to put inside, the Eclipse 62 is a stand-out chassis and one worth your consideration."
Here are some more Cases & Cooling reviews from around the web:
- Cooler Master Cavalier 1 CAV-T01 @ overclockersonline
- Logisys Dracula Case @ OCIA.net
- Logisys Janus @ Phoronix
- ePower Tech Warrior Gaming Case @ Phoronix
- Beantech Igloo 11 @ overclockercafe
- Raidmax Samurai @ overclockercafe
- E-Power Technology Warrior Gaming PC Review @ hardware-pacers.com
- Blue Dracula case special limited edition @ Tech-Mods.Net
- Thermaltake Xaser Damier V5000A Case Review @ BigBruin.Com
COOLER MASTER'S THERMAL MODULES AND CHASSIS ARE BTX-READY