You’d be surprised at the sheer amount of PC cases out there. There are so many in so many shapes and sizes with room for liquid cooling, solid state drives, big motherboards, little motherboards, and everything in between. You have to decide for yourself what you’re looking for. Do you need a lot of hard drive slots? Do you want control of the RGB on your fans? Do you prefer tempered glass panels? The PC case is a big decision in your PC build, and remember the case is the main thing you’re going to be looking at for the lifetime of that PC. Get something you’ll love and that will love you back. While you’re at it, save some money! Here are the best PC case deals we can find:
Best PC Case Deals
Fractal Design Core 1100 micro ATX mini tower | $20 off
Includes one USB 3.0 port, one USB 2.0 port, and audio ports on the front. Has two drive bays for 5.25-inch external drives and two 3.5-inch HDD positions. Designed with airflow and cooling in mind and comes with a 120mm fan.
Phanteks Eclipe P350X compact EATX mid-tower case
Some of these cases aren’t necessarily on sale but rather returning to normalcy after a surge in price during 2020. This one, for example, has been selling around $90 since June. Supports ATX, uATX, and mITX motherboards up to 285mm wide. It has a clean interior with covers for drives and the PSU. Has a tempered glass window and integrated D-RGB lighting. Includes a magnetic dust filter and support for long GPUs up to 380mm. Can hold two front-loaded hard drives and three solid state drives.
Corsair Carbide Series 275Q ATX mid-tower case | Nearly $20 off
Uses high-density sound damping material with a removable roof and side panels. The fan repeater elts you connect up to six PWM fans to a single 4-pin header. Includes two 120mm PWM cooling fans already but can support up to six as well as multiple liquid cooling radiators.
Phanteks Eclispe P400A digital ATX mid-tower
The mesh front panel offers better cooling performance. Has a tempered glass side panel for easy access. Includes three pre-installed fans with D-RGB lighting that can sync with compatible motherboards. Storage options can support up to six hard drives and eight solid state drives.
Cooler Master MasterBox MB530P ATX mid-tower | $15 off
Second lowest price in the last six months where it has peaked as high as $130. Has three tempered glass panels, addressable RGB fans, lighting control, and cooling support. Includes a PSU shroud, cable cover, and extra space behind the motherboard for better cable management and a clean build. Supports up to six 120mm fans and water cooling.
be quiet! Silent Base 802 black case | $10 off
Customize what you need from the case. The top cover and front panels are interchangeable so you can choose to maximize airflow or silent operation. Includes three 140mm fans and extra thick insulation mats. Has USB-C on the I/O panel. Has a PSU shroud and smart HDD slot covers for a neat and organized interior.
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XPG Battle Cruiser mid-tower RGB fans
This tower peaked as high as $280 over the last couple months and regularly sold for around $230. While this deal is really just a return to normalcy, it’s also the best price we’ve seen since last June. Supports mini-ITX, micro-ATX, ATX, and E-ATX motherboard types. Includes a magnetic dust filter, smart cable management, and a side glass panel.
Cooler Master Cosmos C700P Black Edition | $33 off
Includes a PSU shroud, flat radiator brackets, fine mesh panels, a cable cover system, and an extra rear panel. You can choose your layout thanks to the unique frame design, and the motherboard tray is removable so you can do most of your build outside of the chassis. Liquid Cooling systems can be mounted on the top, front, or bottom. The tempered glass side panel has two curved edges for a wide view of the internal system.
Buy, Build, & Play
All those parts you bought. The CPU, the GPU, the power supply, the RAM… it all needs a home. The PC case is its home, and you should treat buying a case like buying a house. Make sure you’ve got exactly what you need with the features you want. Even if you aren’t fully taking advantage of all the features of the case, you can always expand later possibly. The choices are nearly endless and they’re all up to you. Go for it and get building!
This post was written by John Levite and was first posted to WindowsCentral
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