Corsairs Carbide 175R case normally costs $70. Now it's down to just $30.
Razer is dropping a pair of new cases today with chroma lighting and swiveling doors, both in ATX and ITX formats.
Lian Li’s Lancool 215 offers up a mesh front with two 200mm D-RGB intake fans and all the features you need for simple ATX builds – at just $69.
Corsair’s Obsidian 4000 series offers a pretty minimalist design with everything you need for the vast majority of ATX builds.
Corsair’s 4000D and 4000D Airflow sport either a solid steel front, or metal mesh. You also get a tempered glass panel, and both are priced at $79.
Phanteks’ Enthoo Pro II offers more build space than 99 percent of us need, which is exactly what makes it so great.
Phanteks’ P500A is the biggest of its airflow-optimized cases, great for use as a high-performance system chassis. But, it hides an unexpected trick up its sleeve: dual-system support.
InWin’s 216 promises to pay attention to the details, but at $80 without any included fans it’s got a lot to live up to.
Silverstone’s Fara R1 ATX case comes in at a $60 price tag, but offers mostly more than you would expect.
Sharkoon's REV220 rotates and mirrors its internals, packs five fans, and it looks like something that could work nicely.
Silverstone’s SETA A1 ATX chassis comes with sophisticated, understated looks, subtle RGB effects, and two whopping-big 200mm intake fans, but does it live up to its promises?
Phanteks’ Eclipse P300A comes with a mesh front and great looks in a compact ATX format for just $60, but does it offer enough for the entry-level builder?