I am deciding on a midtower case for my build and need some help deciding. This is my first build so i want something that will make it easy to install everything and has some good cable management features. I also want something that is a bit stylis and has a window. The three cases i was looking at are:
The Antec 900 is a great case, but many people, me included, dislike it a little due to the fact that it has an ugly grey interior. Lian Li make some of the best cases around, often picking up many favourable reviews. I don't have much knowledge on the NZXT one, but again, reviews seem generally favourable. I have a CM Storm Scout 1, but I can't recommend that as without modding you won't be able to fit many of the longer graphics cards (HD7950+ and GTX670+) - I know this from personal experience, not what they say on websites. Apparently the CM Storm Sniper is good, and one of the highest recommended at the moment is the Corsair Carbide 400R. I hope this helps!
As the case is the external part of our system, aesthetics and stylish are to be taken in consideration, at least for some of us. However if you really a case with excellent air flow and cable management get the CoolerMaster HAF 932.