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  • Lian Li PC-A75

    Lian Li PC-A75

    CNET Rating7.0

    Lian Li still builds the most elegant cases in the market. The PC-A75's biggest problem is that for AU$100 less, you can get a more innovative, refined steel case whose only sin is that it's heavier.

  • Corsair Vengeance C70

    Corsair Vengeance C70

    CNET Rating7.5

    We're quite sure that the Vengeance C70 will be home to some great mods — considering the price, though, we'd have hoped for some more fit and finish.

  • Corsair Obsidian 550D

    Corsair Obsidian 550D

    CNET Rating8.5

    It's clear that a lot of thought went in to the Obsidian 550D. If your ultimate goal is quietness and you can get away with a mid-tower, definitely give this one a look.

  • Intel SSD 335 Series (240GB)

    Intel SSD 335 Series (240GB)

    CNET Rating8.0

    While there are better performing drives out there, the 335 represents the peace-of-mind choice when buying an SSD.

  • BitFenix Shinobi XL

    BitFenix Shinobi XL

    CNET Rating7.8

    The Shinobi XL has quite a bit of flexibility if you choose to build up a highly custom rig — we'd just like a little more attention spent on the fit and finish.

  • OCZ Vertex 4 M (512GB)

    OCZ Vertex 4 M (512GB)

    CNET Rating8.5

    OCZ's Everest 2 controller is clearly paying dividends with the Vertex 4 — this is an excellent drive indeed. 1

  • Strontium Hawk 120GB

    Strontium Hawk 120GB

    CNET Rating8.0

    Strontium's SF2281-based SSD brings faster writes than your standard SandForce SSD.

  • Cooler Master Elite 120 Advanced

    Cooler Master Elite 120 Advanced

    CNET Rating7.0

    At AU$59, it's hard to complain too much about the Elite 120 Advanced's lack of flexibility. A mid-ranged system should be perfectly happy inside it. Still, unless you're space challenged, it's worth springing more cash on BitFenix's Prodigy instead.

  • Cooler Master HAF XM

    Cooler Master HAF XM

    CNET Rating8.5

    We like the HAF XM; at AU$149, it gives you huge bang for buck, is well constructed and supports a variety of builds. Recommended.

  • Gigabyte Z77X-UP4TH

    Gigabyte Z77X-UP4TH

    User Rating1.0

    The UP series comes with an in-built question: are you happy to spend more money for the best quality components, or would you prefer to spring for boards that offer better bang for the buck? 1

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