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Here are the best Corsair PC cases

Corsair PC Cases
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Corsair has some pretty great PC components, and when it comes to PC cases, they’re often considered to be the best. A good PC case is tough to pick, especially given Corsair’s huge catalog of PC cases. While Corsair offers a ton of options for your own PC build, there are a few that stand out. Here are our picks for the best Corsair PC cases.

Corsair Obsidian 1000D

Dual system overkill:
Corsair Obsidian 1000D

Staff Pick

This beast of a case is the ultimate PC case for all purposes. It’s humongous, with support for two complete systems and an insane room for radiators. Airflow is great too, and this case can pretty much take anything you throw at it. The downside is that it’s pretty heavy and comes with an equally hefty price tag.

Corsair 275r

Full tower champ:
Corsair 275R Airflow

As the name suggests, the Corsair 275R Airflow is a case that focuses on having great airflow. You get support for up to three 120mm fans and up to two 360mm radiators. It’s a stylish-looking case with tempered glass and comes in black or white color options. It’s not too pricey, either, making it a great balanced option for ATX builds.

$80 at Amazon

Corsair iCUE 5000X RGB

Mid-tower champion:
Corsair iCUE 5000X RGB

The Corsair iCUE 5000X RGB is a great mid-tower PC case. The case offers a sleek design, supreme airflow, and the solid build quality you expect from a Corsair case. Additionally, the case is from Corsair’s RGB-focused iCUE lineup and has tempered glass all-around, adding to its polished appeal. It’s a little on the pricey side but worth it if it’s in your budget.

Corsair Crystal 280X

Compact champ:
Corsair Crystal 280X

For compact builds, the Corsair Crystal 280X is a Micro-ATX case that tries to pack in all the Corsair goodness in as little space as possible. You get a ton of cooling options with room for up to six 120mm fans, a 240mm radiator in the top, the front, and the floor. Additionally, you get RGB support and three tempered glass panels to show off your build, all at a great price.

Corsair Carbide Spec 05 Se Crop

Best budget pick:
Corsair Carbide SPEC-05

Corsair’s Carbide series has been quietly serving the entry-level for years, and the SPEC-05 is the ultimate budget pick for a Corsair PC case. It’s a mid-tower case with a design that is slightly above what one would call “basic” — enough to set itself apart, but not so much that it sticks out. The SPEC-05 is roomy, gets basic cable management and a huge side panel window, along with a great value proposition.

$57 at Amazon

Picking the best Corsair PC case

Whether you’re building your first PC or upgrading your chassis, picking the right PC case can be a long and hard process. When it comes to Corsair cases, there are many great options, and pretty much every budget and use case has a Corsair option. However, some stand out and offer significant value in their respective segments.

The obvious pick of the Corsair litter is the Obsidian 1000D, which is a monstrous case packed to the brim with features and room for two whole systems. If you want something that costs a lot less, then the Corsair Carbide SPEC-05 is a great value and keeps the essential features.

Our list of the best PC cases also includes a few options from other brands, so if you’re not sure about picking up a Corsair case, you can check it out. Additionally, if you want help deciding the other components of your build, you can check out our buying guides for the best CPUs and the best GPUs. Best of luck!

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This post was written by Palash Volvoikar and was first posted to WindowsCentral

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