Not too long ago, the concept of modifying a PC case was pretty much unheard of. But when a small group of enthusiasts began making some eye-catching additions to their enclosures, they became a near overnight success.
This brings us to companies like Extreme Case. They are a relatively new company and they deal in products that are designed for the enthusiast. Which brings us to today's article covering their Z-Black enclosure.
Sure, there are a huge amount of pre-modified cases on the market, but how many of these can claim to include a 420 watt PSU and still maintain a retail price of less than US$70? Not many I can assure you.
So sit back as we take a closer look at this bargain basement case. We don't expect it to have many features that are common on more expensive enclosures, but we will take a look at what it does come with and decide whether it deserves any serious thought when it comes time for your next project.
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