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Submitted by Lelldorianx 844d ago | news

SilverStone Introduces Industrial Performance to Gaming Cases at CES 2013

GamersNexus: "With nearly all the major case manufacturers under belt at this point—specifically Corsair, NZXT, and Rosewill, Cooler Master, Zalman, and Lian Li (all four are pending publication)—it only made sense that we check in with SilverStone, who’ve maintained a reputation for quality since the company’s inception." (CES 2013, PC, Tech)

ElementX  +   844d ago
I bought a nice $60 case for the computer I built last month and it's working fine. I really don't see the need for some expensive thing.
Megaton  +   844d ago
Meh. I don't really like the look of any of those. I love my current case, the CM Storm Scout. Flaunt the master race LED glow.

http://i.imgur.com/TtDm5.jp...
ElementX  +   844d ago
Ok here's the case I bought. It was on sale for around $60 or $70 over the holidays. Mine is black though

http://www.newegg.com/Produ...
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