The latest addition to Cooler Master's HAF range is a weird ol' beast, but we can't help but have a soft spot for its techie aspirations.
When we checked out Nanoxia's Deep Silence 1 last month, we were deeply impressed by the German company's first outing in case design. Can the Deep Silence 2 repeat the same trick?
A highly customisable and very solidly constructed chassis. You'll be hard pushed to find a better case for the cash.
One area that has seen substantial growth over the past 18 months is the mini-ITX case market. The realisation that these mini-motherboards can be the basis for some pretty powerful PCs has started to dawn on people.
This case is aimed squarely at the HTPC builder. It supports all motherboard formats, from full-sized ATX down to teeny mini-ITX.
Spire is probably better known in the UK for cooling products rather than cases, which might explain why there's more than a little of the Cooler Master HAF series about this X2.6011 chassis.
The first CM Storm Scout was a dependable, surprisingly roomy case that didn't take up much space - all for under £100.
The first thing that catches your eye when the PC-Q03 is unboxed is just how good the build quality is and, in the case of our review model - the PC-Q03B - the quality of the black anodised finish.
An impressive, well-priced mini chassis. The lack of space for CPU cooling and conservative styling are its only let down.