PC Specialist pairs a Core i5-9600K with Nvidia's GTX 1660 Ti in this £1,200 gaming rig.
The first in-house ROG chassis under the microscope.
One due a lot sooner than the other.
Available this month.
Thermaltake goes super-premium with its latest ATX case.
Antec aims at those in the market for a head-turning, open-air case.
Cooler Master goes sleek and refined but will a lack of ventilation mean it's a waste of good aluminium?
With the interior gutted, it's time to start making the custom panels, starting with the back!
Big projects are full of little steps, so how about swapping a black anodised waterblock to polished aluminium?
Fed up of your PSU shroud having mounting holes placed all over it? Why not just cover them up?
We go through one of the possible methods of producing some tasteful clothing for your naked motherboard.
Cover up ugly SSD mounting holes with some lovely aluminium.
Optional bracket adds ATX PSU support.
Two GPUs under a side window panel.
Tempered glass + award-winning design? You do the math.
Raijintek has upgraded the dinky Metis with some roof ventilation - we cram a GTX 1080 inside.
Boasts a range of shiny new features.
Builds on earlier designs.
White or black finishes available.
Built from aluminium, confusingly.
"Conjoined twins," boasts the press release.
Improves on its predecessor.
Promises passive cooling.
Raijintek has taken its aluminium cube, Metis, and scaled it up to micro-ATX
Full size components in a compact case.
Designed for Maximus Impact boards.
April 9 2019 | 16:50
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