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Motorcycle case mod is a beauty

Posted in Cases by Conner Flynn on April 3rd, 2008

Motorcycle case mod is a beauty
Check out this PC case mod. This liquid-cooled motorcycle computer works best when stationary, which sucks because I’d like to zoom down the street and blog at the same time, despite any pedestrian’s dwindling screams behind me.

It was built by Russian casemodder Dennis Ilyin (a.k.a. “Xooler”), and was the first runner up in an NVIDIA-sponsored case building contest. If anyone in TV land is listening, this guy needs his own show where he builds a different case mod every week. And they must be drivable.

Antech Three Hundred case gamer focused

Posted in Cases by Nino Marchetti on April 2nd, 2008

antech-300.jpgAntech, a developer of PC computer components, unveiled today a new enclosure targeting gamers. It is called the Three Hundred and it will run you around $60.

The Antech Three Hundred stands 18 inches tall and weighs around 16 pounds. Antech has built this case with nine drive bays and seven expansion slots, with enough space in the interior of the case to host most motherboards and graphics cards. It also has a reportedly extremely quiet cooling system with a 3-speed control switch.

Enermax puts Jazz into external HDD enclosures

Posted in Cases,Computer Components,Enermax by Nino Marchetti on September 10th, 2007

Enermax JazzEnermax USA, a designer of PC components, announced today the upcoming release of its stylish Jazz line of external HDD enclosures. These drives enclosures will be available next month with pricing of $25 (EB207S-B), $55 (EB307S-B) and $65 (EB307ES-B).

The Enermax Jazz line up offers a nice take on your traditional external HDD enclosure with its waved mesh cover and aluminum body which help disperse heat. It’s easy to install and remove a hard drive, said Enermax, and comes in 2.5″ SATA interfaced Jazz (EB207S-B), 3.5″ SATA to USB (EB307S-B) or eSATA (EB307ES-B) interfaced Jazz configurations. There’s also a tri-colored LED backlight design and crystal acrylic stand, among other features.

Buy Your Own Alien

Posted in Alienware,Cases by Chetz on June 20th, 2007

Alienware P2 computer case on saleIf the cost of shelling out a couple thousand bucks for a real Alienware gaming PC has been holding you back then you can now do the computer equivalent of owning a fake Rolex. Alienware is now selling its P2 computer case so you can make your rig look like one of those funky alien heads that the company is known for.

The case kit will cost you $399, which isn’t cheap at all, but it sure beats spending ten times that amount for a rig. You can choose between black or silver and thrown in with the shell is the unit’s internal blue lighting to give it that alien-esque glow as well as a 700-watt power supply. If you do decide to pick up a chassis to show off to your clan pals just make sure that you don’t wait too …