10 Best White PC Cases in 2020 – For Every Budget!

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Building your gaming PC is pretty much a holy ritual. It’s a right of passage that takes time to get just right. There are so many different factors that help make the perfect PC and a lot of it just comes down to your budget, what design and size you’re going for and what hardware you have.

To help you make your decision, I’ve put together a list of strong contenders that just might be worthy to house your precious build. Take a look at the Best White PC Cases for 2020 and good luck making that baby.

1. Thermaltake Core P3

Form Factor: Mid Tower | Motherboard Support: Mini ITX, Micro ATX, ATX | Dimensions: 512 x 333 x 470 mm | Weight: 10.3 kg / 22.7 lbs | I/O Ports: USB 3.0 (2), USB 2.0 (2), HD Audio (1)

Thermaltake Core P3REASONS TO BUY

  • Highly Customizable
  • Great Design
  • Quality Build
  • Great for Showcasing Builds
  • Rich I/O Selection
  • Fair Price


  • Lacks USB Type-C Port

Our Rating:   9.7/10

It’s not hard to find something to love in the Thermaltake Core P3. This case is one of the most customizable on the list and one of the heftiest to hold. If you’re looking for a case that won’t crack under pressure and really lets you design your PC freely, this is a brilliant option.

From the get go, the P3 shows off its interior build with a 5mm thick tempered glass front panel. The case supports the latest PC hardware and liquid cooling to keep up with the most intense gaming builds.

Thanks to its dual GPU and PSU layout, it really is up to you how your PC comes together. Your layout is unlimited with modular panels, racks, brackets, and pre-design mounting arrays. And hold on tight for this one – the case allows for 3-way stand placements. You can choose whether your case will have vertical or horizontal placement or even wall-mounting if that best suits your setup.

If you’re concerned about finding a case that really maximizes your flexibility, you’ll be hard pressed to find a better option than the P3, especially at its budget price point below the $150 mark. If you have larger hardware to install, this case has you covered (literally).

You’ll be able to mount both 3.5” and 2.5” storage devices with two 3.5”/2.5” drive trays which you’ll find hidden neatly inside the back panel with 45mm of cable management so you won’t have to fight ugly cables.

To keep your system cool, the P3 allows for up to three 120mm or 140mm fans or up to a 420mm radiator. It’s all up to you. You get great options for I/O ports including two USB 3.0, two USB 2.0, and one HD Audio.

What do I love about its design? The P3 is an open frame layout which looks great and provides extra cooling which means you’ll likely never have to worry about overheating this guy. In case you still don’t feel like this is customizable enough, you’ll get 16.8 Million Colors RGB Fans that you can adjust to your color preference. A nice touch that really helps package this case as the end-all case.

With endless customization options, strong tempered glass and a pretty heavy build, the P3 is a strong option for any gamer ready to craft a formidable PC. And despite its heft, the case dimensions are not so large to be hard to fit your setup: 20.2” x 13.1” x 18.5”. The Thermaltake Core P3 should be your go-to product if you’re looking for a case that’s durable, easy to cool and endlessly customizable.

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2. In Win 101

Form Factor: Mid Tower | Motherboard Support: Mini ITX, Micro ATX, ATX | Dimensions: 425 x 210 x 473 mm | Weight: 7.35kg / 16.2 lbs | I/O Ports: USB 3.0 (2), HD Audio


  • Great Price
  • Fine Design
  • Compact, Lightweight
  • Tempered Glass Side Panel
  • Easy to Access


  • Smaller Interior
  • No USB Type C Port

Our Rating 9.6/10

A great option for just under $80 (in fact, occasionally around $50 when it’s on sale) is the sleek In Win 101. This is a solid budget option when you’re not quite ready to commit to a more beefed up, higher end case but still need something that can properly house your hardware.

What’s there to love about the 101? It’s a relatively small case, which is great if you want your PC to remain compact. Able to support six fans at once thanks to its top PSU chamber with cool air intake from the bottom, the 101 is built to keep your hardware cool. No matter what case you choose, a vital factor in your selection process is making sure it can keep up with your games without overheating.

If you’ve had issues in the past with your GPU’s stability, the 101 comes in for the rescue, with a special GPU holder to provide extra support and prevent your graphics card from vibration damage or sagging.

It also allows for two 2.5 HDD mounts really making this budget case excellent for customizing. Overall, the case itself is 16.7″ x 8.3″ x 18.6″ with decent dimensions on the inside for your motherboard, CPU and graphics card.

Something to keep in mind, however is that the internal dimensions can make or break an otherwise promising gaming case so be sure you know the dimensions of your hardware before falling in love with the 101 or any other case. For example, it won’t fit a 3 fan GPU if you’re looking to use a larger GPU but even so, thanks to the PSU being at the top of the case, you are afforded plenty of GPU cooling options.

You can also easily remove and clean the dust filter for easy clean up to keep your expensive hardware dust-free. The exterior supports 2 USB 3.0 ports and HD Audio port. There are case options with more, but for this budget, I’m definitely not complaining.

Now for the fun part – when you want to show off your PC’s delicious insides, the 101 is excellent. One of the side panels is made of tempered glass so you can definitely show off all the time and tears that put that baby together.

Ugly wiring and cables can also be hidden with the PSU and away from sight. The glass is easily removable with pop pins instead of standard screws, so you can easily readjust your hardware as needed. The front of the case shows off its logo with some sleek bezel LED lights while cleverly hiding the power button.

You’ll love the way the case lights up when the PC powers on. It’s just so sleek, unobtrusive and easy to store under desks thanks to the front I/O being positioned at the top. In Win really shows off their understanding of layout and design. Especially if you’re looking for a sleek case for a lower budget that will stick with you for years – you can’t go wrong with the 101. I guess the name says it all.

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3. InWin A1 Plus

Form Factor: Mini ITX Tower | Motherboard Support: Mini-ITX | Dimensions: 231 x 210 x 343mm | Weight: 7.1 kg / 15.7 lbs | I/O Ports: USB 3.0 (2), HD Audio


  • Tempered Glass Side Panel
  • Quality Build
  • Great Design
  • RGB Stand
  • Wireless Phone Charger at the top


  • Small Interior
  • Higher Price

Our Rating 9.5/10

A follow up to the original InWin A1 is an excellent installment and option for gaming enthusiasts. The InWin A1 Plus is a great compact option that sports a sleek, white design to show off its InWin logo, with a glossy finish on the top panel that offers wireless charger for your mobile devices.

This is a fantastic feature I don’t see too often and would be great for anyone like me who’s phone seems to constantly run at 20% battery. The I/O is also located on the top panel with your fairly standard power button, two USB 3.0 ports and 2 audio jacks.

You get a tinted tempered glass panel on the side of the tower which shows off your hardware and RGB lighting very nicely. If you tend to have trouble removing glass panels, the A1 plus also helps you there with two knobs that easily pull to open so you don’t have to deal with screws.

And on the other side of the tower you have a full white panel with honeycomb vents that are not only functional to keep your system cool, but look nice as well. You also get easy to open screws that you unwind to open by hand. Not only is the interior lit with some nice RGB color, but the case’s stand also shows off some nice lighting.

While the PSU is not modular, InWin did limit the cabling so you don’t have to worry about the case being overwhelmed by cables. If you’re looking for a smaller case, this is a great option and while the interior is indeed small, you can still fit a mini-ITX motherboard and 2-slot graphics cards. The other side of the case offers two 2.5” SSDs that hang on with one screw for easy setup.

Overall, that’s one of the best parts of the InWin A1 Plus. It’s very user friendly and easy to access. While you only have fans as cooling options, you get quite a bit to work with and shouldn’t feel too limited if you’re not interested in a giant case.

Now an important note – this case is on the higher end of the price range at just below $200 but if you can make the size work for you, this is a great, good-looking case with a bonus, wireless charger that’s ridiculously easy to open up and begin building.

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4. EVGA DG-76 Alpine White

Form Factor: Mid Tower | Motherboard Support: Mini ITX, Micro ATX, ATX | Dimensions: 483 x 211 x 477 mm | Weight: 88 kg / 19.4 lbs | I/O Ports: (2) USB 3.0, HD Audio


  • Built in Cable Managment
  • 2-Side Tempered Glass Panels
  • High Quality / Durable Build
  • Great Design
  • Easy to Build In


  • Limited Space for Both Fans and Radiators

Our Rating 9.3/10

If the P3 ATX and InWin A1 Plus are slightly out of your price range, the next best thing might just be the EVGA DG-76. While it’s definitely not as customizable as the P3 ATX, this might be preferable if you’re looking for a more straight-forward build and don’t like having too many options.

At just under $100, the DG-76 shows off your build with two tempered glass panels – one on the side and one at the front. This gives you more room to show off your hardware and make your friends rightfully jealous. Its sleek white design and distinct (customizable) RGB EVGA logo paired with black “DG-76” makes the case stand-out nicely without seeming over-the-top.

In fact, it looks almost like something you’d see out of Mass effect. In terms of durability, you just can’t go wrong with steel construction, especially if you plan on throwing this thing down a flight of stairs (do not recommend).

You get built-in cable management, covered PSU shroud and hidden hard drive trays (to keep things nice and tidy) and room for up to seven case fans including 360mm, 240mm and 120mm radiators. The case also supports mITX to ATX form factor and comes with dust filters to help protect your hardware.

The top panel is where you’ll find one HD Audio port, two USB 3.0 ports, power and reset buttons. Even though the case only allows for fan cooling, you still get enough options to keep your hardware from overheating.

While you get all of these options, this mid-tower case remains simple enough to put together. It’s also slightly smaller than the P3 ATX, with dimensions of 19.01” x 18.78” x 8.3” if you’re looking for something slightly more compact. And while it is just under $100, this case often goes on sale and would be a steal for about $60.

The EVGA DG-76 is a great option for someone who really values a good looking mid-tower case that will last a long run and keep up with an equally mid-level setup that’s customizable enough to give you flexibility, but not so much as to completely overwhelm someone just beginning to construct their first gaming PC.

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5. NZXT H210

Form Factor: Mini ITX Tower | Motherboard Support: Mini ITX | Dimensions: 349 x 210 x 372 mm | Weight: 5.9 kg / 13 lbs | I/O Ports: (1) USB 3.1 Gen 1 Type-A, (1) USB 3.1 Gen 2 Type-C, (1) Headset Audio Jack


  • Compact, Lighweight Design
  • USB Type-C Included
  • Great Cooling Capabilities
  • Highly Customizable
  • Quality Build
  • Convenient Cable Management


  • Limited Space

Our Rating 9.2/10

If you’re on the hunt for a more compact case that still offers plenty of build options, then the NZXT H210 could be right for you. At just under $80, this budget case is the smallest installment in the NZXT H-series, so if you’ve been eyeing this brand but just needed a smaller model, they’ve answered your prayers.

This is yet another case that sports a sleek, understated design that’s perfect if you’re looking for a more modest PC. The front shows off its NZXT logo over its all black (or all white) surface. The top of the case discreetly hides its I/O ports, which include the power button, 1 USB 3.1 Gen1 Type-A, 1 x USB 3.1 Gen2 Type-C and 1 x Headset Audio Jack. Just like the 101, if you’re not looking for tons of port options, then you’ll get more than enough with the H210.

With its tempered glass side panel, you’ll be able to show off your unique build pretty nicely. One thumb-screw holding that panel in place means it’s fairly simple to open (though not quite as easy as the 101).

Something you’ll love about the H210 is the red piece of steel with ventilation running all the way down the height of the case. This subtle bit of color is really nice to look at while doubling as a vent for its rear fans to take in air.

While the inside is like a shrunken version of the H200, it’s still large enough to snuggly fit a mini-ITX-only motherboard while leaving enough room for a small water cooling system. You won’t have to worry about giving up on your case’s ability to cool down hardware to make room for… well… hardware.

Once again, NZXT brings on a nice flash of color with its removable cable bar which you can use to mount your reservoir (or not, it’s up to you). Regardless of how small this case may seem, it’s so customizable that you won’t really be limited by its size.

The PSU is located at the bottom with a small plastic bracket you can use to mount your 2.5” SSD and increase the space inside the case. The back panel has convenient cable management packets so you can keep your build looking neat without having to fight your cables too much. The back also offers two 2.5” SSD mounts so you can decide how to save on interior space.

Size-wise, you get quite a bit out of the H210’s 14.65” x 8.27” x 13.74” dimensions, so you shouldn’t be put-off by this smaller case. NZXT knows how to capitalize on compact interiors without giving up on quality. You’re also looking at a case that won’t give up on you easily. Despite its budget pricing, the H210 is built with some pretty solid material so you can house your hardwire with confidence.

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6. Phanteks Enthoo Primo

Form Factor: Full Tower | Motherboard Support: ATX, EATX, mATX, SSI EEB | Dimensions: 650 x 250 x 600 mm | Weight: 17.9 kg / 39.4 lbs | I/O Ports: (2) USB 3.0, (2) USB 2.0, Mic, Headphone

Phanteks Enthoo PrimoREASONS TO BUY

  • Plenty of Room
  • Easy to Build In
  • Rich I/O Selection
  • High Quality Build
  • Excellent for Enthusiast Builds


  • Heavy, Not Portable
  • Premium Price

Our Rating 9.1/10

If a higher price point doesn’t dissuade you from purchasing a great case, then take a look at the Phanteks Enthoo Series Primo. Unlike some of the options on this list, this is a full tower and yes, it is big. And bigger can mean better depending on the type of features you’re looking for.

You’ll get a great, modern design with two tempered glass panels to show off the interior. While the glass doesn’t seem to be removable like most models we’ll be looking at, you really get an enormous amount of customizing with this case. Plenty of high-quality fans make up the interior with room to upgrade to additional fans if you need to.

The case supports up to 6 HDDs that sit in a closed panel to help make the case more rigid and reliable overall. You also get removable SSD brackets that can be installed in three different locations. With easily removable front and top covers – installing cooling components is struggle-free along with an easily removable dust filter.

So while this case looks formidable, it’s built to keep your options open and allow for flexibility when you’re modifying your interior. It’s also well-thought out, so cable management is pretty straightforward and out of the way.

The top of the case also offers two USB 3.0, two USB 2.0, microphone, 3.5mm audio jack, and LED switch to support up to two PSU’s. So many options is what makes the Enthoo Series Primo such a great option despite the higher price point.

If you’re serious about building your gaming PC, then this seriously priced case will stand up to the challenge. It has a large size at 23.62” x 9.84” x 25.59” but you won’t mind it too much because of the flexibility that the size affords you. Don’t let me forget to mention that the case is made of aluminum faceplates and a steel chassis so you won’t have to worry about replacing this gorgeous case any time soon.

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7. Corsair Carbide SPEC-06

Form Factor: Mid Tower | Motherboard Support: Mini ITX, Micro ATX, ATX | Dimensions: 474 x 215 x 455 mm | Weight: 7.8 kg / 17.2 lbs | I/O Ports: (2) 3.5mm jack, (2) USB 3.2 Gen 1 Type-A 


  • Built In Cable Management
  • Builder-Friendly
  • RGB Lighting 
  • Fairly Spacious
  • Tempered Glass Side Panel
  • Quality Build


  • No USB Type-C Port
  • Space for Only 2 Hard Drives

Our Rating 9.0/10

You can’t go wrong with brand loyalty and turning to Corsair for your PC Gaming needs. You’ll find a pretty solid option in their Corsair Carbide Series SPEC-06. With its simple yet sleek design the exterior is pretty good looking. A subtle Corsair logo and single swoosh of RGB light on the front panel gives this case a classy, understated look.

If you’re looking for a subtle mid-tower case that still has plenty of interior space, this could be the model for you. Just like the other cases we’ve been looking at, the SPEC-06 has tempered glass to show off your guts, plenty of cooling compatibility (room for 6 fans, or options to install radiators), and a nicely put together interior layout to help you organize your hardware.

With it’s fairly large size of 18.66” x 8.46” x 17.91” you’ve got a lot of room to play. A bit larger than some cases on our list. Inside, you’re able to store up to four 2.5” SSDs and two 3.5” HDDs. A covered PSU also makes sure that you’re only showing off the coolest (literally) parts of your hardware. Did I mention the RGB lighting throughout the interior as well? Just a nice flair to really make your PC stand out.

If you’re something of a beginner at putting PCs together, the SPEC-06’s simple layout cuts out some of the complexity of building a PC. The tempered glass is easy to remove so you can quickly adjust your hardware without smudging up the glass or desperately banging at the screws.

Coming in at just under $100, this budget case promises anything but cheap, budget-quality material. While it may not be your end-all case, it will definitely offer a solid start without giving so much customizability as to overwhelm a beginner.

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8. Phanteks Enthoo Evolv

Form Factor: Micro Tower | Motherboard Support: uATX, mITX | Dimensions: 450 x 230 x 400 mm | Weight: 5,7 kg / 12.6 lbs | I/O Ports: (2) USB 3.0, Mic, Headphone

Phanteks Enthoo EvolvREASONS TO BUY

  • Great Price
  • Lightweight, Portable Design
  • Interesting Design
  • High Quality Build
  • Supports RGB


  • Limited Space
  • No USB Type-C Port

Our Rating 9.6/10

Looking for a budget-conscious, smaller sized case might lead you to stumble upon the Phanteks Enthoo Evolv. What this hefty case might lack in an interesting exterior design, it makes up for in features and customization.

It does come with the usual tempered glass panels to help see into the build and the overall material is metal (powder-coated steel) so you won’t be breaking this thing any time soon. The exterior front panel offers two USB 3.0 ports, headphone and mic ports as well as an RGB switch.

The interior has a lot of options despite being on the compact side, which is great if you have a complicated build to fit into it. Its full-sized PSU and HDDs are hidden away to keep the interior looking clean, while you also get a mix of cooling options from easily accessible fans to water cooling. I always love when cases offer both options so you can be sure you’re taking good care of your hot hardware.

Something exciting about this particular case is its unique bracket system. You’ll have the option to mount a radiator at the top and a multifunctional bracket for reservoir, pump, and SSD/HDD which means you shouldn’t have to worry about conflicts between the radiator and memory.

While this case may not give you as much space as a larger option on this list (in fact, the Evolv is measured at 15.6” x 14.8” x 9.1”), it is a great option if you need a more compact PC that’s easily portable. To keep your PC looking good, the Evolv is also compatible with Phanteks RGB LED strips and RGB motherboards so you can play in flashy style.

Overall, this modest-sized and modest-designed case is just that – a solid, modest option for easy transportation and less complicated builds. With a price of just about $100, the Phanteks Enthoo Evolv offers a great option for anyone looking for a modest case.

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9. Raidmax Magnus Z23

Form Factor: Full Tower | Motherboard Support: Mini ITX, Micro ATX, ATX | Dimensions: 565 x 266 x 570 mm | Weight: 13.6 kg / 30 lbs | I/O Ports: (2) USB 3.0, (1) USB 2.0, (2) HD Audio

Raidmax Magnus Z23REASONS TO BUY

  • Fair Price
  • Great for Showcasing Builds
  • Spacious
  • Quality Build
  • Backlit I/O Ports
  • Built In Cable Management


  • Heavy, Not Portable
  • Not the Best Cooling Capabilities
  • Only 2 Hard Drive Brackets

Our Rating 8.9/10

If you’re in need of a large, full tower case without a hefty price tag, the Raidmax Magnus Z23 Full Tower Case is a solid option for you. The interior and exterior are both white, with a front panel sporting a brushed metal design. This does make me somewhat worried about airflow and cooling, but the vertical slats on either side of the metal should be enough to keep the interior cool.

While it’s not the most elaborate design, the Z23 still looks sleek and nicely done with an added bonus of a white interior, which can be hard to find in a PC case. The dual tempered glass on its side panel also gives you a nice view of that white interior and ARGB fan. It’ll definitely look good joining your gaming setup.

Is it large? Oh yes. At 26.38″ x 10.47″ x 25.79″ you can fit just about anything, including liquid cooling. You should note that if you plan on using optical drives, the Z23 does not have a bay for them. Otherwise, you get practically anything else you might need, including a top panel that includes a power button, reset button, two USB 3.0, one USB 2.0 and microphone and audio ports. These ports light up which is a great little feature when you’re gaming in the dark.

The case allows for a vertical GPU adaptor (while this is a bit too close to the tempered glass, it could still be great if you’re planning to do water cooling). You should also note that this case can only hold two 3.5” hard drives so if you’re in need of more, you may want to look elsewhere on this list.

Something you may or may not like about the Z23, is the tempered glass on the back panel. This gives you a view of the cabling and if you’re not the most organized, you may not want that panel in full view. Or… cable management is exactly what you want to show off, in which case, this is the perfect case for you.

Raidmax does include velcro cable straps to help you tame your cables. This leads me to another point about the PSU. Unlike other cases, the Z23 does not have a shroud to hide your cables and power supply. Again, this is completely up to your preference and might just be what you’re looking for.

All in all, there are some unique features to the Z23 that make it an excellent choice if you’re looking for a case that is absolutely gigantic on the inside. It’s pricepoint is also just below $90 which is pretty impressive considering this is a full tower case. It does seem to have more of an open-view plan so if you’re a pro at organizing cables, you’ll definitely want to show off your talent with the Z23.

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10. Thermaltake AH T600

Form Factor: Full Tower | Motherboard Support: Up to E-ATX (up to 10.5” wide) | Dimensions: 628.3 x 337 x 763 mm | Weight: 20.64 kg / 45.5 lbs | I/O Ports: (1) USB Type-C, (2) USB 3.0, (1) USB 2.0, (1) HD Audio

Thermaltake AH T600REASONS TO BUY

  • Aggresive, Unusual Design
  • Tempered Glass on the Sides and Front
  • Has USB Type-C Port
  • Plenty of Cooling Options
  • Rich I/O Selection
  • Qulity Build


  • Premium Price
  • Extremely Heavy
  • Not for Everyone

Our Rating 8.8/10

Maybe you’re specifically looking for a PC case that will put all modest PC cases to shame. Price is no problem for you and you’re not too focused on cramming as much hardware inside the case as humanly possible. You also don’t need something so customizable you can hang it upside down from the ceiling.

But more than anything – you want something so badass, your friends will ache with jealousy. Okay okay. Then you’re going to love the Thermaltake AH T600. Yes, it is last on my list, but only because it has a very specific look that either makes it or breaks it for potential buyers.

So this case is shaped like a helicopter. Not only does the outside scream fear in your enemy’s eyes, but you can also show off your hardware thanks to two 5mm tempered glass panels on either side and three 3mm smaller tempered glass windows at the front to make it look more like a helicopter (people will wonder where the tiny pilot went).

Even with its wild design, the AH T600 offers a pretty competitive interior that’s very similar to the P3 ATX – ample space for motherboards up to 10.5” wide, plenty of cooling options including liquid cooling to keep your system safe as it flies through the sky and a riser for the GPU to keep it stable and sag-free (keeping your GPU safe). The I/O ports include one Type-C, two USB 3.0, one USB 2.0, and one HD Audio so you’re not missing out on any features there.

And just like the P3 ATX, the AH T600 is also open frame, which makes this case really difficult to overheat. Some downsides are of course the price (just under $250) and the size (25.39” x 14.37” x 30.1”). If neither of these is a problem for you and you’re really in the market for a case with a unique design and functionality, then the AH T600 is a great option. Fly well.

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How Do You Choose the Best PC Gaming Case?

Like I said in the beginning, there are so many factors that help determine which gaming case is right for you. Before you start getting inundated with options, make sure you know what you’re looking for.

Do you have some serious hardware that needs a big enough case to house it? Are you a beginner, just looking for a budget option that’s still smart enough to house your build well? Do you value brand-loyalty? Do you absolutely need water-cooling or will fans do the trick? How customizable is too customizable? And of course, how highly do you value the overall look of your PC?

There are no downright right or wrong options in my list as each case offers something different that may or may not satisfy your needs. Putting together a PC is a process that takes time but picking out the right case from the above options should help make things a bit easier for you.

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Overall, my top pick was the Thermaltake Core P3 because even though it was on the larger size, it showed off all the right features I was looking for in a PC gaming case while still being customizable and giving me the option to change my setup in the future.

While it was a bit on the pricey side, this helps me feel confident that it will be a while until I have to look for a replacement. Its design isn’t too over-the-top and would look good in any gamer’s room and screams “serious build.”

I also love having the option of liquid cooling because it helps keep the hardware from ever getting close to overheating. While some may find it a bit too customizable, I personally love that I can set up my Gaming PC without being limited by the case.

In fact, if you go online, you’ll see some pretty cool builds people have come up with using the P3. The open-frame design is also pretty good looking and again, no way are you ever overheating this thing unless you throw it in your jacuzzi.

Of course, if this case is a little too out of your price range and the limitless customization feels daunting, there are a number of equally powerful cases for you to choose from without having to give up much in terms of what you can fit inside and how nice it looks.

If choosing for yourself is too complicated, you can always close your eyes and point anywhere on this list, letting the case choose the gamer… (also not recommended).

About Richard Gamin 57 Articles
Hi, My name is Richard and my biggest passion is gaming and basically anything that has to do with computers. With almost 20 years of experience under my belt, I specialize in reviewing computer related products, writing helpful guides and researching interesting facts to provide the most value. If you ever need a hand with anything, feel free to contact me!

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