With prices put aside, which one would you chooses and why? I am looking for a case that pretty much will not have a problem when doing any upgrades in the future or not have a problem when trying to install any graphics and not worry about the card's length. A case that has good airflow, wire management, space (even after installing all components), and future proof for upgrades.
The cooler master would be my top pick. Mostly because I know a couple people who are using this case and they've had no problems at all. It has a great price tag and has a lot of good reviews to back it up. I also have used cooler master's parts (admittedly, never a case, but their cooling equipment) in a couple projects and it's never failed to impress me. I like the red too
All of these cases seem big enough to house your components though, so I don't see any compatibility issues
agreed...there is nothing wrong with the rosewill's but the haf 22 is just a very well built case...i concern myself less with the case than i do with the rest of my components and would use the smart one, personally
I built my first system in a HAF 932 not too long ago. I had absolutely no problems. Thanks to the space behind the mobo tray cable management was a breeze. Installing the HDD and the Optical drive couldn't have been easier as well. Also, mine came with a bunch of extra screws and zip ties(which I used). +1 to Coolermaster.