Save some space without sacrificing performance or looks with the best compact PC cases we've tested.
Here are the best cases for custom PC builds. Our recommendations come from our tests of cooling and noise.
The cons of building a PC in the MetalFish Y2 Fish Tank Chassis were exacerbated by the testing taking place in a part of the world prone to earthquakes.
The Fractal Design Ridge is a unique and slim ITX case, but its design limits CPU cooling performance.
Lian Li has updated its popular Lancool 215, with the new 216. It develops on the product line's flexible airflow-rich heritage, with some modern touches, and is available now from $99.99.
NZXT’s H5 Elite bridges the gap between pretty glass and component-cooling airflow–by adding one to the front of the case.
The Azza Aero 480 case offers a boatload of RGB for less than expected, but in testing, its thermal performance wasn’t as good as you might expect.
Azza's unique Pyramid computer case, has been updated with a new version that ditches the glass side panels in favor of performance oriented mesh panels.
Cougar has released another exotic open-air computer chassis, but this time featuring a tubular design language.
Montech’s Sky One Lite packs RGB, a hinged tempered glass side panel and a mesh front for about $100. But does its performance stand up to the budget case competition?
Cooler Master’s HAF 700 Berserker is an extremely large, high-airflow case that supports a wide variety of internal customization.
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.