Cooler Master’s HAF 700 Berserker is an extremely large, high-airflow case that supports a wide variety of internal customization.
Here are the best cases for custom PC builds. Our recommendations come from our tests of cooling and noise.
On paper, the Ssupd Meshroom S looks like the most versatile SFF case ever. But it’s expensive at $160, and complicated to build in if you veer from a traditional ITX layout.
Cooler Master has unveiled two new computer chassis and an expensive vertical GPU mount adapter with extensive flexibility.
Framework is changing the power button on its open source case design after a challenge from Lenovo claiming that it infringes upon Lenovo's Legion trademarks.
The case includes a USB-powered filter, oxygenator, fish health tuned lighting, and it can fit up to a Micro-ATX motherboard, 90mm tall CPU cooler, and 220mm graphics card.
be quiet! announced a new FX line of products that feature its Light Wings RGB-ring fans, in tandem with the company's 20th anniversary. There is a case, an air cooler, and an AIO in three sizes.
Premium materials and construction, combined with some choice KingPin overclocking components, means that the EVGA E1 models can cost as much as $4,999.
Silverstone's ML11 Micro ATX case is compact and low profile, so you'll have to be careful with your component choices. GPUs can be up to 10.6 inches long, but they must be low-profile models.
The Fractal Design Pop Silent is impressively quiet thanks to sound-dampening foam, but we’d prefer better cooling, even if that meant adding a few decibels.
Nagao's Seisakusho N-Frame open frame chassis is available for ATX, Micro-ATX, and Mini-ITX motherboards.
Hyte's 200mm PCIe 4.0 riser cable features a dummy graphics card to take up slot space while facilitating flexible graphics card positioning.
A German company has created a liquid-cooling-focused computer case that costs a whopping 1900 Euros.
Phanteks’ Eclipse G360A makes it clear that a case doesn’t have to cost a lot to be truly great. With good airflow, three PWM aRGB fans and a light strip, there’s a lot to love here for $100.
This case has a low key appearance, with clean edges and no RGB parts as standard. Max compatibility is good, balanced against the relatively compact size for an ATX motherboard compatible design.