TechSpot: Battle of the Army Green Cases, Corsair vs. Thermaltake

Gamers tend to take a lot of pride in building their own rigs, but it's generally not enough to have top-notch performance without the looks to match. Motherboards, for instance, have transformed from generic green slabs to works of art. Interestingly, it seems increasingly common to find aggressive military styling among high-end motherboards, with some examples including Asus' Sabertooth series as well as Gigabyte's G1.Sniper2. Despite the prevalence of military-themed motherboards, enthusiasts haven't had a whole lot of stock options for matching cases.

Hoping to fill that void, Corsair and Thermaltake have recently released two new chassis. The former updated its Vengeance gaming lineup earlier this year with the C70 case series, which comes in three colors: Arctic White, Gunmetal Black and Military Green.

Around the same time, the latter launched Level 10 GT's "Battle Edition" with the same olive drab paint job that Corsair offered for the Vengeance C70.

Read: Corsair Vengeance C70 Military Green vs. Thermaltake Level 10 GT Battle Edition Review

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9 Comments

LaP said,
That Thermaltake case in the picture is so ugly the designers should be put in jail asap.

They're both fugy to be fair.

those are some ugly cases... I'll stick with my Corsair Obsydian 500 case... one of the best cases I've ever had, and it's sound insulation works out well, LED's are white, but not ultra bright, perfect sleak design... large though, designed for people with big video cards and need lots of room for stuff like water cooling

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