Tecware Forge M High-Airflow Micro-ATX Case Review
Peter Donnell / 1 year ago
Last week I took a look at the fantastic Tecware Forge L, an E-ATX PC case for those who need a bit more space for high-end hardware. Honestly, I really liked that case, and it’s one of the better options out there for an enthusiast PC build. However, what if you still want that same high-airflow design but in something a lot more compact? The Tecware Forge M is one of the few new cases on the market today that’s ready for Micro-ATX (mATX) motherboards. I’m a big fan of mATX, and all my systems use that form factor, but it’s strangely not that popular anymore. There are fewer and fewer motherboards of this size. That being said, there are even fewer new cases in this size, so thank you Tecware for taking advantage of that.
Tecware Forge M
It may be a smaller case, but there’s still an impressive array of features here. Much like the larger Forge L, with the Forge M you still get four ARGB fans, with 4 x 120mm Orbis F1 fans pre-installed; three in the front and one in the back. There’s a tempered glass side panel window mounted on a lift-off style hinge for easy access. You get cable routing cut-outs and 22mm of cable management space, blacked-out wires, and a PSU shroud, so getting a clean looking build should be a bit of a breeze.
- Forge M
- 4x 120mm Orbis F1 ARGB fans included.
- MicroATX form factor.
- Black case wires.
- Top magnetic filter and bottom PSU filter.
- Hinged tempered glass side panel (detachable).
- 22mm cable management space.
Check out the official product page here.