OC3D Best Of 2011 Awards


OC3D Best PC Hardware Products Of 2011


CM Storm Trooper

OC3D Best Of 2011     OC3D Best Of 2011

The CM Storm arm of Cooler Master has brought us some good cases that generally have a couple of small issues but tick most of the boxes you desire. Then came along the CM Storm Trooper. A case that absolutely blew us away with its brilliance. We just couldn't fault it. It looks the part, has loads of space for massive coolers or even water-cooling, plenty of drive bays that are removable if you prefer radiators or extra air cooling, the full monty. It's spectacular. In fact we'd go so far as to say it's possibly the best case from Cooler Master ever. High praise indeed. Read more here or watch the video review here. 

Caselabs - Best Chassis Manufacturer of 2011

OC3D Best Of 2011       OC3D Best Of 2011

If you prefer your cases to be limited only by your imagination, and even then you'd struggle to imagine something that you couldn't do, the Caselabs M8 is the one for you. It refined modular cases to a fine art and, despite the hefty price tag we really loved it. Sure it's not the prettiest girl on the block but you have to respect its capabilities as an enthusiast case able to do whatever you desire. Case Labs have done such an awesome job this year that they have left Mountain Mods in the shadows to such a degree that they have made their designs look so out dated they almost look like high school projects. We all actually feel that Case Labs are our Chassis Manufacturer of 2011. Read our review here or watch the full video review here.

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Most Recent Comments

30-12-2011, 09:48:13

I love that case labs case. Reminds me of my old cube server.Quote

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30-12-2011, 10:10:27

rocatt isku is the best keyboard ive owned to date, nothing else beats itQuote

30-12-2011, 11:23:43

interesting, ill give it that....looooooooong vid ...

some good stuff there

nice to see i bought the amstrad, the betamax, the sinclair version of the bulldozer Quote

30-12-2011, 11:47:50

I enjoyed watching it and trying to figure out your selections beforehandQuote

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