Tecware Forge M2 Micro-ATX Case Review
Peter Donnell / 1 month ago
While Tecware isn’t the biggest name in the business, they’re certainly working on making a name for themselves. All the products I’ve tested so far have been very competitive, from their keyboards, right through to their PC cases. Today, I’ll be focusing on their latest PC case design, the Forge M2. The latest in their growing range of mATX case offerings, this one will be available in either black or white variants to suit your needs.
Tecware Forge M2
Tecware has already impressed me with their case designs and competitive prices in the past, but can they do it again? The new Tecware Forge M2 is a new compact Micro-ATX PC case, offering up a robust set of features for a very reasonable price. It’s certainly ticked all the right boxes, with a tempered glass side panel, built-in dust filters, ARGB fans pre-installed, a PSU shroud and well… what else do you really need these days? Does it reinvent the market with unique features? No, but you do get all this for around £50, and if that doesn’t make it extremely appealing to you, nothing will!
- Minimalist & Compact Design
- Full-mesh Polygonal Design Front Panel
- Hinged Clear Tempered Glass Side Panel
- Magnetic Dust Filters Included
- Pre-installed: 3 x 12cm ARGB Fans (Daisychained – Sync w/ Mobo, No Hub)
- Clearance: 300mm GPU, 165mm CPU Cooler
- 2 x USB 3.0, HD Audio + Mic
- Micro ATX, Mini ITX
- Dimensions 350x200x390mm