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.
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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.
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.