Fractal's latest case is versatile and quiet. But neither airflow, nor the asking price are ideal.
Here are the best cases for custom PC builds. Our recommendations factor in cooling and noise, and many sell for less than $100 (£100, $150 AU).
It’s pricey, but iBUYPOWER's Snowblind chassis has something no one else has and everything an enthusiast could want. At $299 (£), this case, though expensive, may actually save you money in the long run.
Priced at $150 (£110), Corsair's latest mid-tower chassis has just the right amount of RGB bling and great thermal performance to boot, but is it really a smart choice?
Corsair’s iCUE 220T RGB Airflow chassis, is an intriguing reimagining of what is perhaps the most empirically important piece of case design out there: good airflow.
Antec released an open-air Mini-ITX chassis with the GPU mount in front and tempered glass panels designed to handle water-cooled small form factor builds.
That would be the A700 Aluminum Tempered Glass Edition Full Tower Chassis, for the long-winded marketers.
Master’s Silencio 400 focuses on quietness and a moderate price. Does it perform well-enough to become a value leader?
Antec releases the NX400 mid-tower gaming chassis with aRGB front panel and rear fan, tempered glass, and plenty of room for larger parts inside.
The Gamdias Talos P1A is a fancy case with the latest trends, like RGB and hinged tempered glass. But it lacks an intake fan filter and Type-C port.
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