You probably won’t have to worry about running out of real estate with the Corsair 780T , which boasts a full-tower construction big enough for 6 hard drives, 3 SSDs, two video cards, and a large CPU cooler, all with room to spare.
- Available in black or white
- Supports dual 360-mm radiators
- Relatively costly
Users on a tight budget will appreciate the NZXT H510 thanks to its good-looking design, acceptable airflow levels, durable construction, and reasonable price. It has USB Type-A and C ports and works especially well with water cooling systems.
- Tempered-glass side panel
- Optional rgb version
- Not ideal for high-powered builds
Louqe Ghost S1
The second iteration of the crowd-funded Louqe Ghost S1 is designed specifically for enthusiasts and, while it may not look like much, it offers quite a bit of versatility, allowing you to build directly on the internal frame and install the shell when you’re ready.
- Milled from solid aluminum
- Compatible with mini-itx mainboards
- Extremely expensive
Thermaltake Versa H22
Priced well below $100, the Thermaltake Versa H22 is a barebones, yet still perfectly effective, choice for those on a budget. It doesn’t have a see-through window or any flashy RGB lighting, which many users may actually prefer.
- Perforated front and top panels
- Supports atx motherboards
- Screw holes can be frustrating
Thermaltake Core P5 Titanium
If you’ve gone out of your way to collect components that look as good as they work, the Thermaltake Core P5 Titanium can help show them off with a stunning open-frame design that allows for vertical, horizontal, and wall-mounted configurations.
- Modular hardware layout
- Two gpu placement options
- No usb-c connector
The NZXT H210 is a small form factor model that doesn’t cost a fortune and offers above-average build quality and ease of use. A single screw secures its glass window and a removable radiator bracket simplifies cooling system installation.
- Convenient cable routing
- Type-c port mounted on the front
- Compatible with full-size psus
Fractal Design Node 202
Despite being about as small as they come, the Fractal Design Node 202 is compatible with a number of discrete graphics cards that measure 210 millimeters or shorter, and its internal layout is intended to separate the GPU from the CPU to minimize thermal throttling.
- Weighs very little
- Less than 4 inches thick
- Perfect for a home theater pc
Phanteks Eclipse P400S Silent Edition
The Phanteks Eclipse P400S Silent Edition is built with a handful of helpful touches, including soundproofed panels, direct airflow to the hottest components, modular storage drive placement, and compatibility with liquid cooling radiators of up to 360 millimeters.
- Built-in rgb downlight
- Magnetic dust filters
- Accommodates large video cards
While it doesn’t take up a ton of desk space, the Thermaltake V21 has plenty of room inside for high-end components, including the newest and largest video cards. It has 5 rear-facing expansion slots and can accommodate up to 3 full-size drives.
- Designed for microatx motherboards
- Front fan measures 200 millimeters
- Backed by a 3-year warranty
Fractal Design Meshify C
The high-flow front panel and two 120-millimeter fans help the Fractal Design Meshify C provide a good airflow for powerful PCs. Its lightly tinted tempered glass lets you show off your fancy internals without getting distracted from work or play.
- Room for up to 5 drives
- Smart cable management
- Accommodates gpus up to 315 mm