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Enlight EN-7150

Blast from the past: originally published April 5 2002. After my rant on finding the right case size, I grabbed a few micro ATX cases to see what’s what. First up for review is the Enlight 7150.(editors note: product is now…

Enlight EN-7200

Blast from the past: originally published December 13th 2000. When you think of getting yourself a new computer case, first thoughts go to a huge tower with twelve case fans or a sleek and sexy mini tower with that cool…

Case Sizes

Blast from the past: originally posted February 14th 2002. Way back in 1991 I bought my first PC; a shiny Magnavox 386SX 20MHz. After a few months I began upgrading pieces of it, leading me to realize I needed a new…

Aopen HX08

Blast from the past: originally published October 6th 2000. It’s a sad time when I can’t get in any game playing, but that’s what happened this week.  I’ve beaten most of my games in single player mode and look for…

Antec Titan 550

Blast from the past: originally published January 16th 2006. Let me start off by saying this is not a server case: it is a workstation case. As the review progresses items will be pointed out that affirms this, but it’s better…

Aopen HX45a

Blast from the past: originally posted December 14th 2000. I was putting together a system for a friend and he needed a reliable mid tower case from a reputable manufacturer at a good price.  Isn’t that what we’re all looking…

Antec SLK3700BQE

Blast from the past: originally published April 14th 2004. This is our third review of a chassis or case from the Antec Solution line. The Antec [intlink id=”226″ type=”post”]SLK3700AMB[/intlink] was the best mid tower case for the money we’ve ever seen,…

Antec SLK2600AMB

Blast from the past: originally published December 31st 2003. After having repeated success with the Antec SLK3700AMB mid tower case, I had the opportunity to build a PC using its smaller sibling, the Antec SLK2600AMB. Someone had asked me to construct…

Antec SX1030

Blast from the past: originally published October 16th 2000. Great rejoicing rang throughout the house as my Antec case finally arrived.  As well I received a Linksys KVM ( keyboard, video, mouse ) switch to hook up in my office,…

Asus TM-231

Originally published November 24th 2005. I basically had all the parts at home to build a micro ATX system with an Athlon XP 3200; I just needed a case. This was a spare parts system, so the budget was next to nothing. Checking with my distributor netted me the Asus TM-231 Micro Tower for a whopping $43 Canadian.