Mid-Tower PC Cases
Building your own PC starts with the case. The best PC cases choice for most is a mid-tower, which will provide the space for components while not taking too much space. Deciding on a mid-tower case can prove a little time consuming just because there are so many options available. To help you get started, we’ve rounded up some of our favorite mid-tower PC cases.
NZXT H510i is a gorgeous case designed to showcase all your components to the outside world. You can create some amazing looking builds using this chassis, and everything will be kept cool with adequate airflow and plenty of filtering. Additionally, there’s built-in RGB lighting and room for a vertical GPU mount.
The Core P3 (and larger P5) aren’t exactly saving much in terms of space, but what these cases do offer is a fantastic, open design. Should you have a water-cooling solution to install or simply wish to maximize airflow and showcase all your RGB-enabled components, this is the dream case. It offers an acrylic panel on the side and absolutely nothing on the front, rear, and top, resulting in quite a unique look.
The be quiet! Silent Base 802 is almost the perfect case for those who want a silent yet powerful build. If you can overlook the awkward feet, cable management on the rear of the motherboard tray, this is one of the best options for sound-proofing and thermal performance.
The best mid-tower PC case for your money is the Phanteks Eclipse P350X. It’s well-designed, is solid to build a computer inside, and is easy to get started with thanks to some handy features like cable management. It even beats some much more expensive cases in many ways.
The Enthoo 719 is a stunning case from Phanteks that allows you to go all out and customize your water-cooling rig with plenty of handy features. You can cram plenty of radiators inside, run multiple GPUs vertically, and have two systems with dual PSUs.
Choosing the best PC case
Choosing the right mid-tower case for your next PC build depends on numerous factors. Do you need USB Type-C connectors on the front; are you planning to install a custom water-loop cooling solution; do you simply want to save money, time and stress by picking an easy-to-build case, throw everything inside, and call it a day?
The NZXT H510i is a great middle-ground that meets most needs. It’s a compact mid-tower chassis with plenty of handy features. You’ve got plenty of cable management options inside to keep everything looking neat and tidy. The tempered glass side panel allows you to show off your expensive components, and intakes ensure you have ample airflow to keep it all running cool, even when slightly overclocked. It’s a great place to start when looking to build your first system.
If you fancy going all out with a custom water-cooling loop, you may want to give the Phanteks Enthoo 719 a looking. This case was designed with liquid-cooling in mind, making it a great mid-tower platform to get started with.
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This post was written by Rich Edmonds and was first posted to WindowsCentral
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