Hardware

Cooler Master Notepal U Stand Review- Final Words and Conclusion

FINAL WORDS AND CONCLUSION Cooler Master really hit the nail with their newest introduction into the Notepal series. The U Stand adopts much from coolers in the same family, such as the U2 and U3, while brining new improvements to the game. The U Stand offers a plethora of height options, excellent cooling performance, and a solid base of features. …

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Cooler Master Notepal U Stand Review – Features and Specifcations

FEATURES AND SPECIFICATIONS Patented Configurable Cooling Fans Two patented 100mm silent fans are included and placed underneath the aluminum surface. These fully configurable fans can be used to pinpoint to the hottest areas of your laptop (i.e. CPU, HDD) for unsurpassed cooling performance. Ergonomic design Five different height settings showcase the ergonomically design for best viewing/typing angles which  allows you …

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BitFenix Shinobi Case Review – Accessories and Fittings

The Shinobi comes with some well packaged accessories: 1 x Shinobi Quick Installation Guide 4 x Thumb Screws 10 x Cable ties 1 x Case Lock 4 x 3M Adhesive Rubber Feet 9 x Motherboard Standoffs 13 x M3 Round Screws (Motherboard Tray) 3.5 to 5.25″ Bay Adapter 8 x 6-32 Hex (PSU and 3.5″ hard-drives) NEXT: The Exterior INDEX Page …

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BitFenix Shinobi Case Review – Final Words and Conclusion

Reviewing BitFenixs Shinobi was a treat. Rarely do I ever see such a spectacular case, especially at this price-point.  I still cannot get over how awesome SofTouch feels, and it is incredibly difficult not to be attracted to it everytime you catch sight of the Shinobis anterior. The Shinobi is a breath of fresh air in the chassis market. It …

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BitFenix Shinobi Case Review – The Exterior

To start off the review, I would like to present my favourite feature on the Shinobi, the SofTouch layer, which is essentially a matte-black, anti-scratch mesh that flows from the front of the chassis to the top, and all the way back. I REALLY liked this design by BitFenix. It makes you want to touch the case every time you …

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BitFenix Shinobi Case Review – Features and Specifications

Named after some of the most feared assassins of the modern age, Shinobi empowers the digital warrior to silently and efficiently dispatch his opponents. Maximum expansion and compatibility with long graphics cards enables you to equip Shinobi with the tools you need to get the job done. Superior cooling options allow the system to stay cool and collected during the …

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BitFenix Shinobi Case Review – Packaging

At first glance, there is not a lot of glamor or sparkle on the case box which is to be expected for a budget product. Two holes on either side made portability extremely easy, including the fact that the entire package was only around twenty pounds. The entire case has sharp designs and graphics surrounding it. In the front, we …

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BitFenix Shinobi Case Review – The Interior (Continued)

Moving on to the motherboard area, we see the different types of ATX form-factors the Shinobi utilizes: I would like to make a quick note about the motherboard installation region of the case. Between the ends of the PCI-E expansions to the start of the 3.5 bays, there is a distance of 11.5 inches in between. With a GPU installed, …

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