The be quiet! Silent Base 802 has a lot of options. So much so, that you pretty much have four or five cases right in front of you.
What’s up, everyone! Buss over here with Hardware Meta today, and we’ve got a review on the PONOS TG40/MS4 case from Raijintek. Let me say that if you’re looking for a case that’s easy enough to build in, this is the case for you! I recently made the decision to build another rig and was […]
I have been looking for a case that will fit in my network enclosure and hold a handful of drives for a while. The idea: to build a home server that was a bit more powerful than a handful of Raspberry Pi. So I began the hunt.
An Overview The Ophion Evo by Raijintek is a small form factor, sandwich style case that attempts to cover a lot of bases while staying true to the SFF category. It supports CPU air coolers up to 90mm, 240mm AIOs, GPU (2 slot) up to 330mm in length, and up to three 2.5″ drives, or […]
Lian Li designed the Q58 with builders in mind. This case offers removable panels on all sides, well-placed I/O, and a great aesthetic.
The Draco 10 may be small, but it packs a punch of features.
This little case is easy to build in, and reasonably affordable.
This year was a bit rough on all of us, with COVID-19 and the political landscape on fire. But we still managed to find some things that we liked.
You may recall a review that Sonuchi did on the InWin 216, or the InWin Alice that I took a look at. InWin has set a trend of being functionally quirky and the 805 doesn’t stray far from that. There’s lots of tempered glass, a honeycomb inlay, and aluminum finish. Unboxing The InWin 805 comes […]