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  1. Tempered glass seems to be quickly becoming the next big thing in computer cases these days. The Anidees AI Crystal has no shortage of tempered glass, sporting both side panels and the front in all tempered glass. It gives a cool aesthetic, and a full view into the case from all sides. It packs a good offering of features into a relatively small case, which is always nice to see. Read the Full Article Review HERE
  2. Mosquito takes a look at the Anidees AI7 ATX case in this review. Be sure to subscribe to TheModZoo to be sure you don't miss future reviews and videos!
  3. In a first for The Mod Zoo we’re taking a look at the Streacom FC5 Alpha, which is a silent chassis. Unlike other manufacturers who call their case “silent”, this one actually is; it’s completely fan-less and intended to be used as a passive heat-sink for the CPU as well. Check out the Full Article Review Here
  4. Deepcool have come out with a couple of wacky cases in the past, (Steam Castle, anyone?). The Dukase, however, is a more traditional case aimed at the entry level market. It’s got a removable top panel as well as a front door, which are nice to have at an entry level. The Dukase boasts some other features typically reserved for more expensive cases as well, including SSD trays, removable 5.25″ bays and a PSU shroud. Check out the Full Review Here!
  5. Silverstone have long been in the enthusiast computer case market. They were one of the first to offer all aluminum cases, one of the first to make cases specifically targeting HTPCs, and has generally had premium offerings for those seeking a high end case. Silverstone had a run of cases that they called the Raven series, which featured aggressive designs with great cooling. At a retail price of about $80, Silverstone have certainly checked the affordability box, but does it come at a different cost when you start using it? Let's take a look and find out... Check out the full article HERE.
  6. Thermaltake have been taking a much more aggressive approach to bringing feature packed and water-cooling friendly cases to market. The Core x9 was previously the big dog of their line up, with support for a lot of radiator configurations, and the ability to stack multiple cases. What if a more traditional tower case was more your style? Enter the Core x71. Check out the full article HERE.
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