Lian Li O11D Mini

Dimensions (D) 420mm x (W) 269.5mm x (H) 380mm
Motherboard ATX, Mini ITX, Micro-ATX
LED's RGB
Pre-Installed Fans None
2.5" Drive Bay Two SSD's
3.5" Drive Bay Two HDD's

The Lian Li O11D Mini is a supermodular design yet one of the best smallest desktop cases that can fit a CLC unit and compensate builder-friendly components of choice. That said because Lain Li O11 Dynamic Mini does not include any exhaust or intake fans.

This mean builder can fit a choice of coolers and fans. Either 120mm or 140mm fans can provide inside the cabin without making it rely on manufacturer included fans like other cases. It does have large ventilation shrouds for ample air circulation.

By any means, builders take apart the O11D Mini case and build a reliable PC while also staying compact in small form factor chassis. The Lian Li O11D Mini has excellent potential for micro ATX and mini ITX motherboards.

The compact surface is stretch your imagination indeed. The latest upgrade to the O11 series of Lian Li cases now includes two tempered glass panels and a complete brushed aluminum chassis.

If you were aware of Lian Li computer cases, the Lian Li O11D Mini design is not new. It is the same as the O11 Dynamic and O11 Air. In styling, it looks like Lian Li combines both of them to make the most fashioned Lian Li O11D Mini for sure.

The case is suitable for compact custom water cooling to modest your ATX build without too much space consumption. Although it has a fair bit of space for four drive bays, two 2.5" SSD's, and two 3.5" HDD space, you can fillup these expansion slots or half the amount if you carry your build with a big GPU.

While the case is lovely with modern design, the I/O is pretty decent too. It has 2x USB-A 3.0 ports, a single USB type C, and a 3.5mm headphone audio input and output combo jack.

Lian Li O11D Mini can fit a large 360mm radiator on top while can hold either 3x 120mm or 2x 140mm fans on the ceiling. It is the top-rated ATX case for the Noctua NH-D15 air cooler comes in white and black ATX casings.

PC Builders can also fit 2x 120mm or 2x 140mm fans on the sides and the bottom. There is also clearance for 3x 120mm or 2x 140mm fans that builders can fit in its very compact and small chassis.

It can mount only an SFX power supply, not the standard ATX PSU that is vitals standard for all ATX builds because it is the best minimalist PC case you can buy to keep your office's minimalistic looks or working desk.

Going with SFX PSU is not bad and not too big to worry about, and a system like this can take full advantage of high-end components.

Pros
  • Best modular PC case that is small and compact to take a CLC unit
  • Modern glass design comes with Black and White color options
  • It can fit up to 395mm length GPU with all the comfort of cooling
  • The cubic design chassis has enough space for up to 280mm radiator
Cons
  • Does not fit an ATX PSU, only prior with SFX power supply but very compact and modern
  • No fans included with the case

Fractal Design Meshify 2

Dimensions (D) 542mm x (W) 240mm x (H) 474mm
Motherboard E-ATX width up to 285mm, Micro-ATX, ATX, Mini-ITX
LED's No RGB
Pre-Installed Fans (3 x 140mm) (Nexus 2 Fan Hub)
2.5" Drive Bay Two SSD's
3.5" Drive Bay Six HDD's

Fractal Design Meshify 2 is always a highlight for gamer's PC build with high-end components that need lots of cooling. The Meshify 2 case has excellent thermal performance and better acoustic sound-proofing than the predecessor, Meshify C, due to premium build quality and design reconstruction. It performs competitively to expensive premium mesh cases.

Building the best cooling computer case needs to configure the up-to-date hardware to fill the requirements. Here, Fractal Design Meshify 2 is right on the user's requirements for integrating the latest components. Large GPUs, even SLI's and custom loop water cooling systems, merge entirely in the silent figure of their lightweight Meshify 2 case.

Fractal Design’s PC cases usually have an anodized aluminum front and a solid steel design around the chassis. This Meshify 2 has a different approach to traditional design and added full glass on sides with a dark tint to mix with ambiance and re-emerge as a solid appearance. But the highlight is the front mesh that Fractal Design chooses to build as a full hinge for seeing the radiator fans and cleaning efficiently.

The front panel reveals the removable center panel and 2x 140mm fans, where you can also add up to 3x 120mm radiator. The case is flexible, with fitting large radiators up to 420mm on top, up to 360mm on the front, and 280mm on the base. You can either choose 2x 140mm fans for making airflow robust if you do use their spaces.

Top-bottom and front have encapsulated foam dust filters and located right between the removable panels. However, a strong case still does not push hard on the mesh front door as you may vigorously clean it but do not hold it like a solid front because it is a mesh. It is not entirely smooth and angular to different edges designed to increase the airflow as Fractal Design claim Meshify 2 mesh has a benefit for large coolers and rads.

The front I/O is on top has two USB-A 3.0 ports located side by side with a USB type C and professional audio output with 3.5mm headphone and a microphone jack. It also has a reset button to align with the power button. There is a mesh panel completely covering the whole top of the case and just left the front I/O ports fixed by magnetic strips that you can use to pop up the top board.

On the back Fractal Design, Meshify 2 PC case has a removable power supply and a whole bottom covering dust filter that is a nice touch. Besides the PSU flange, there is a place for seven expansion slots with screws on covers that slide to the fan mount. It allows the builders to make enough room for a radiator fan and PSU without hurdle too much.

The mid-size Fractal Design Meshify 2 is a portable gaming desktop case with plenty of room for coolers and storage bays. It has adequate space for 285mm EATX motherboards, stock ATX PSU, and has slots that support seven removable 3.5″ drive cages inside the cabin.

The case has additional space for 2.5 inches HDDs on the side of the motherboard plate, which users can utilize and make fair use of space for either advantage as more storage or more cooling with exhaust fans to let the case breathe freely.

The Fractal Design Meshify 2 is a well-designed best budget ATX case with dark tinted side glass panels that suppress the excessive brightness when you lid some RGB lighting inside the PC case. It is reliable with a flexible hinged front mesh panel that allows air to pass freely, resulting in good thermals and performance.

Pros
  • One push front mesh cover provides easy extraction of dust from filter
  • Comfortable space for top-mounted radiator and custom loop CLC coolers
  • Flexible radiator mounts on top, front, and rear of the case
  • Provide easy to remove magnetic dusk filters that are also washable
Cons
  • Expensive compared to other mesh cases but ample airflow, reliable design, and durable build quality

Lian Li LANCOOL 215

Dimensions (D) 462mm x (W) 215mm x (H) 482mm
Motherboard E-ATX width upto 280mm, Micro-ATX, ATX, ITX
LED's ARGB LED's
Pre-Installed Fans (2 x 200mm) (1 x 120mm)
2.5" Drive Bay Two SSD's
3.5" Drive Bay Two HDD's

The Lian Li Lancool 215 is a well-packed RGB ATX case with a robust cooling solution thanks to its front mesh opening containing two large fans stock by Lian Li. That used to circulate fresh air to the CPU radiator and cool down internal components to provide long-term performance. It is the most cooling-centric ATX case with efficient airflow for advanced PC builds.

If you are familiar with the Lian Li Cases, you know the design is pretty aggressive compared to other sibling models like the Lian Li 205 and Lian Li Lancool 2 share some design similarities. It is one of their budget PC cases with nothing like cheap, considering the aesthetics, compatibility with airflow, and design that take a long shot.

Lancool 215 is almost a premium PC case but at an affordable price. It has a full aluminum design with all the essential ratings of being the most value high-end gaming PC case support ATX motherboards. It can stand all the leading manufacturer brands' expectations with a price comparison ratio of quality and compatibility.

It is a relatively affordable yet high-quality PC case. The Lian Li Lancool 215 incompletion against the Phanteks Eclipse P400A. Last year, it was expensive when comparing the same features but more heavy-duty features. The Lain Li 215 is now on the best budget price tag that makes everything clear and bold for new year's best PC case.

Lian Li Lancool 215 is a lightweight medium tower ATX model with top quality keys feature that Lian Li PC cases usually packed to give competition to big brands for years. The fully anodized aluminum body includes the front mesh panel and has asphalt sound damp for dropped fans' sound.

The mesh front has the advantage for adequate cooling and because of the Lancool competitive design. It gives an advantage of direct front-to-back cooling without pooling hot air to the CPU cooler. That makes it an efficient air cooling for beefy components while provides pressure airflow through the large front mesh opening, top cover, bottom mesh, and backsides to draw air.

It means that Lancool 215 will probably be the best PC case for being cool to keep your components at full performance. The front I/O has included two USB 3.0's, a combinational mic and headphone jack, and one LED controller button alongside the illuminated power on/off switch.

On top of Lian Li Lancool 215, there is l large mesh aside from the front I/O ports that is awesome for new generation PC components. The builder can facilitate lots of cooling from top and bottom and front large mesh openings of this case. It is useful for holding PSU in the portable shrouds and cooling it down directly from the bottom.

The 3.5" and 2.5" HDD drive bay combined are compact and do not need to remove for increasing airflow like other cases require to dump the expansion slots to make room for cables. This case is different here, and surprisingly no need to remove drive bays unless you want to add SSD's on the shelf.

It adds builder-friendly features for being so simple for cable management. The inclusion of an additional ARGB header in the box is compelling for RGB users to customize without repurposing the reset button efficiently. It can include a large 280mm to 360mm radiator at the front and a 240mm on top for serious gaming components.

Three fans include Lian Li, 2 x 200mm big fans located on the front panel behind the mesh grill, and 1 x 120mm at the rear. It is a solid PC case that can make every builder happy with the inclusion of big fans. So, no one worries about thermals and space. It has plenty of room to fit large components and excellent airflow to eliminate thermal integrity.

It has glass panels on both sides and is tempered proof contain a slight darkish tent to a mixup with the internal components color. Although it does a great job of looking smooth with RGB. Lancool is a good budget case for value and delivers exceptional air cooling.

Pros
  • Premium build quality in value price tag
  • Dual panel tempered glass provides excellent viewing angles
  • Included with three ARGB fans, 2 x 200mm and 1 x 120mm
  • Excellent thermal design for airflow with durable aluminum crafting
Cons
  • A single button for RGB control is not much convenient

NZXT H510i

Dimensions (D) 428mm x (W) 210mm x (H) 460mm
Motherboard Micro-ATX, ATX, Mini-ITX
LED's HUE 2 RGB (Smart Device V2)
Pre-Installed Fans (2 x 120mm)
2.5" Drive Bay Three SSD's
3.5" Drive Bay Three HDD's

NZXT is known for premium gaming cases. Especially the H series has the potential for high-end builds with popular cooling systems. The NZXT H510i is their clean line of synthetic decoration design PC cases, and it certainly has premium class features more than the previous NZXT H510.

The differences between NZXT H510 and NZXT H510i are due to I's addition, making it a special edition of H series cases. NZXT added more phantom-rated special features in the "i" series line, such as the RGB "Smart Device V2" with two LED strips including the controller and also have vertical GPU slots to add GPU vertically.

The clean and clear aesthetics of the H500 line is absolutely premium and almost like a custom mATX case with good quality. It is precisely on expectations with thermal acoustics. But the style is no different from NZXT H510 Elite and H5oo PC case.

The tempered glass on both sides of the case included the thumbscrews that make it easy to approach components inside and easy for builders to open and take apart. The NZXT H510i is the best cooling small computer enclosure for modern PC builds.

The glass panel does not fill up the whole side, but the same as the H500 cases do it only down to the head of PSU, which is flush into the bottom of the case where it can get lots of air from the back top and from beneath the case. The shrouds take out the excessive heat with the fans of the power supply quickly.

Here noise reduction is good because it has top and rear fans that produce minimal noise. You can also use the smart device with CAM software to reduce loud noises and balance the system airflow with automatic adjustments. It is a personal preference, but even without the device, the case is a silent performer.

The SSD trays have clipping. You can set them on the PSU shrouds or take them apart and fit them behind the motherboard for a different approach, and its functions the same. They are removable and do not block much air from the side ventilation. It takes front fans through the right amount of airflow that reduces the fan noise and includes dust filters.

The front I/O panel is on top and consists latest USB C port for conjunction along with a 2x USB 3.0 and 1x combine headphone jack and a power button. Surround with large mesh opening, which adequate airflow. There are also mesh on the rear end on the top panel for releasing excess hot air with the 120mm included fan.

The controllable fans with the controller either plug into the NZXT smart device or directly to the motherboard for quick access to the controls if you like. Other the device can change the speed automatically based on temperatures and loudness of fans.

It means stock fans will only run as hard when you need them. Otherwise, it reduces noise and effectively controls fans if you don't want to take the effort to change the settings. Also, RGB Hue is controlled directly from CAM software and included two stips of four color combinations lights for a lush ambiance that you can see from the side glass panel.

The panel is reliable and merges with the build, and one screw lock is suitable to address components located on the back of the case. You can fit a large radiator at the front with 3x 120mm fans or 2x 180mm for efficient cooling.

The NZXT H510i PC case comes with an included setup of two exhaust fans that support the cabin's design to have efficient cooling with either build of liquid cooling or fully air-cooled components. It makes cable management easy and hides the PSU path as NZXT does with all the H series cases. PC builders take advantage of clean cable management.

Pros
  • Support full-size high-end Graphics Cards with liquid cooling systems
  • The side panel glass easy to remove with one screw
  • Strong steel constructed ATX case with pleasing-looking aesthetics
  • Adaptive noise reduction with Smart Device included for auto controlling fans to produce less noise
Cons
  • The vertical GPU mount is not very beneficial could be a better suit for liquidd cooling builds.
  • For gamers, Smart Device is a gimmick, but editors can take advantage of silent performance

Cooler Master MasterBox NR600

Dimensions (D) 478mm x (W) 209mm x (H) 473mm
Motherboard Micro-ATX, Mini ITX, ATX
LED's No RGB
Pre-Installed Fans (2 x 120mm) (Fan Control Hub)
2.5" Drive Bay Five SSD's
3.5" Drive Bay Four HDD's

The Cooler Master MasterBox NR600 is not a very small computer case. Since it is from a reputational manufacturer, the build quality is premium. It has the compatibility of a large cooling solution such as liquid cooling and reservoir for big radiators is appreciated by builders.

There is a similarity in design with NZXT H510i. If you closely compare both, you will notice the tempered glass panel is on the same height and look identical but darker tinted color for nicely matching the MasterBox NR600 case's exterior paint.

It is an innovative CoolerMaster ATX PC case with a minimalistic mesh front that does not notice quickly at an average distance unless you closely observe it has an unusual design. But a pretty good addition for opting for two 140mm fans directly flush with the mesh makes cooling effective and provides interior room for other components.

The NR600’s front mesh cover works both as a filter and front panel, and it draws more air, which is a pretty good package for a satisfaction PC build. Two fans sit on the front mesh cool down entire every component inside the chassis with airflow.

Enthusiastic minds also appreciate its classic tower-style chassis with innovative modern design. The maximum ventilation can opt for a large 180mm or two 140mm fans that fit beneath the magnetic filter, which is excellent to keep the dust away from components and does not hurt thermals unless completely blocked by dust.

Front I/O is limited and equipped with two USB-A ports and one four-pole combined audio port for both mic and audio. A reset button and illuminated power button are all inlays aside from the top mesh, which nicely covers the whole top panel.

Cooler Master includes only two 120mm fans with the case. One is exhaust and one as an intake at the front. But leave the various mounts to a user to fill up. Like three ducts on top for reliable cooling could use 2x 120mm fans to cover up the large is beneath. There are mounts for two large 140mm fans underneath and help PSU shrouds for more consistent airflow, which will benefit long runs.

The MasterBox NR600 is one of the smallest cases for full size GPUs and has magnetically sewed dust filters for protection against dust and other entities. You will find Nine expansion slots below that DAC besides the ATX power supply mounting location. It has protected outlays with grommets, and magnetically stitch dust filters are total appreciated features.

It is a simple enclosure that’s is good for builders to build an exceptional airflow PC with an ATX motherboard but requires a couple of extra fans other than stock fans. It will drastically improve thermals and ample up the performance.

Pros
  • Minimilistic design case which perform better with additional fans
  • Enough space for installing a big GPU in the cabin
  • Excellent cable management system
  • Premium quality small case for ATX motherboard
Cons
  • It does not have a USB Type C port in I/O

Corsair iCUE 5000X

Dimensions (D) 520mm x (W) 248mm x (H) 520mm
Motherboard Micro-ATX, Mini ITX, E-ATX, ATX
LED's ARGB
Pre-Installed Fans (3 x 120mm) (Fan Control Hub)
2.5" Drive Bay Two SSD's
3.5" Drive Bay Two HDD's

Corsair 5000 series are the fanciest looking ATX cases that come with three stock RGB fans at the front of the cases to provides efficient cooling with some RGB vibes. The exact strategy goes with the new Corsair 5000X, which has a crystal clear direct airflow design to have some adequate cooling while being quiet.

Corsair iCUE 5000X is one of the anxious latest mid-ATX tower cases with enough space and an out-of-box RGB experience for full EATX and ATX motherboards. Its chassis is perfect for some cool tiny gaming pc case building to modify as a custom rig.

The side glass will show you some tremendous internal showcasing and provide the direct airflow to keep your build stable. Builders can decide either go with black ATX case or white as Corsair provide multiple color options for buyers.

It has addressable RGB lightning the can control with traditional iCUE software. Corsair claims the included fans are AirGuide RGB fans, optimized to work seamlessly and deliver customizable lighting.

There are three models Corsair introduced of the same design chassis but with different cooling suits. One is 5000D Aircool, 5000D RGB, and 5000X is the premium version of three with better acoustics and a lush glass front that provides mesh openings in the mesh, top, and bottom back of the case.

The front I/O panel includes two USB 3.1 ports, but one is USB A, and one is USB C with Gen 3 speed. There is also a single combined audio and mic jack alongside with power button. Since the front I/O is limited, the case has efficient space for front fan mounts.

You can fit a sizeable liquid cooler perfectly either on top or bottom while also efficiently adding a radiator. The case's top and bottom surface has magnetic dust filters and clears up the air of intake fans and exhaust fans on top.

While the front mesh comes with a dust filter attached both magnetically and secured with the screws. It comes with accessible one-click mount bays supported by four 3.5 and 2.5 SSD's and drives.

The design of the Corsair 5000X is not just good for decorations but also emerged as a PC case with good airflow. That makes it one of the coolest desktop cases on the list. Its side panels are glass connected to two-panel tempered on the left side, which provides a fully transparent view of the internals.

The Corsair 5000X can easily hold large 300mm RTX GPUs and RX 6000 even with a beefy cooling water system on top of the case and one at the front of the case. Thanks to large SP120 RGB Fans at the front and top, and bottom, the airflow is not a problem. Combined power keep your rig running cool and steady for years.

Pros
  • Excellent and clean premium build durable steel body ATX case
  • One of the best-design cases for RGB PC setups
  • Support CLC water cooling for better and efficient performance
  • Quality construction and good cable management
Cons
  • Strange old fashioned cutout for power supply shrouds and radiator at the front

Phanteks Eclipse P500A

Dimensions (D) 505mm x (W) 240mm x (H) 510mm
Motherboard Micro-ATX, Mini ITX, ATX, E-ATX width upto 280mm
LED's DRGB (Controller + Expansion)
Pre-Installed Fans (3 x 140mm) (DRGB Fans)
2.5" Drive Bay Three SSD's
3.5" Drive Bay Two HDD's

The Phanteks Eclipse P500A is an all-rounder micro ATX SLI case for PC enthusiasts, gamers, and editors. It has worthy expansions slots for multiple GPUs and support for CLC, close loop CPU coolers to perform even better with other fans.

It is a premium range flexible silent ATX case with and silent cooling design for offices and work builds. It is not that different from P400A, a legendary smallest mid-tower case with some good following from enthusiasts, winning an award for adequate cooling, design, and durability back in 2019.

Comparing the features of this newer model, P500A has digital upgrades and advanced features with slightly better efficiency due to its width. It performs excellently with all the new-gen hardware. It has the compatibility of a small pc case with full graphics card companionship.

The lighting effects from DRGB add up to the design with three 140mm fans at the front, which Phanteks refers to as addressable RGB's somehow. Although it is a micro ATX SLI case from the Eclipse lineup of Phantics, you can consider it a high-end option for expensive builds.

The Phanteks P500A chassis comes with easy to access compatibility functions with push unlock side glass panels that make it easy for builders to fit all of the components conveniently and make future upgrades without handling to screwing.

Phanteks Eclipse P500A has plenty and plenty of room for up to 10 storage bays, a couple of large 420mm GPUs, same size fat radiators, and all are portable in the functionality of ATX motherboards.

Front I/O is healthy with 2x USB 3.0 A ports and one USB-C Gen 2 with a combined audio mic and headphone jack. There are additional switches signs of a luxury case. Separate LED/RGB mode button, reset button, RGB color button for changing profiles, and a power button.

P500A has many premium signs for the awesome build. It is the best cooling computer case with lots of mesh openings like strips on top and front panel, lit for PSU shrouds, ontop controller for switching lights, and excellent cable management.

Pros
  • Space efficeinet case for large 420mm radiator to fit at front end
  • Excellent cable management also supplies with a kit of velcro strips, covers, and zip ties
  • Support multiple cooling options and has excellent airflow
  • Useful customizations ideal for enthusiasts
  • Durable and has hinged side panel for easy opening
Cons
  • It is a bit bulky than other cases, maybe because of the thick steel sheet durable for design support
  • Most expensive mesh case but considerable premium

Riotoro CR1080

Dimensions (D) 394mm x (W) 245mm x (H) 359mm
Motherboard ATX, Mini ITX, Micro-ATX
LED's RGB
Pre-Installed Fans 1x 120mm
2.5" Drive Bay Two SSD's
3.5" Drive Bay Two HDD's

Riotoro CR1080 ATX case is the best in modular design and is one of the best ATX cases that supports a standard ATX motherboard in a compartment design with effective cooling but carries an upside-down motherboard.

The size Riotoro carries with CR1080 easily holds a close loop cooling system and even high-end graphics cards. Besides, delivering exceptional cooling in such a compact design requires multiple dedicated intake fans.

Being a tiny ATX case, Riotoro claims CR1080, the world's smallest pc case in mid tower full ATX compatibility that looks like a mini ATX tower design that is effortless for an exceptionally efficient and adequate home setup. The looks are pretty sleepy, but in performance, it can hold high-end beast performance.

The I/O is on the top panel, consisting of 2x 3.0 USB ports, a dedicated microphone jack, a headphone port, and a reset button alongside the power button.

Riotoro CR1080 has a tinted acrylic glass window on the left side that can show off components. It is wise for flexible large CPU coolers to place comfortably in small chassis, unlike the smallest CPU cabinets.

The drive bays include two 3.5″ drive on top and one 2.5″ drive on the bottom. There is also a 3.5 inches convertible day for either a 3.5" drive or a 2.5" drive. But it is better to use only a 2.5" drive as they are small and bulders can rely on motherboard M.2 SSD for snappy PC.

It will be an excellent minimalist PC case for business persons who want some super sleeper-looking ATX case that can hold a full-size ATX motherboard.

Keeping bulky stuff like power supply and hard drive bays on the right-side chambers is the right decision from Riotroro as it eases for builders to fit all the components without worries about the PSU system.world's smallest pc case

Since the power supply is behind the motherboard tray, It can equip two long GPUs and a radiator exceeding 300mm sizes exactly. Builders can also stack heigh enough components in the Riotoro CR1080 PC case for performance-enhancing inside the left side chamber.

Riotoro CR1080 has good management and has a separate route for long cords to tie the design and builder-friendly options. Withstand comes with a standard 120mm stock cooling fan with decent RPM. Additionally, it has support for two additional 140mm and 120mm fans to support powerful hardware cooling.

reThe Riotoro CR1080 case dual compartments help the airflow and maintain any modern hardware system's performance with modern ATX motherboards. It will be enough cooling with RGB lightning emphasizes compact build.

Pros
  • Lightweight and rigid aluminium body most modualr designed ATX case
  • Value for money ATX case for a compact system
  • Most suitable for m-ATX and ITX small form powerful PC builds
  • Tinted acrylic glass not just show off RGB but also provide space for large coolers
Cons
  • There is no dust filter for the bottom mesh opening
  • Very much compact designed not fit for large radiator coolers

Cooler Master SL600M

Dimensions (D) 544mm x (W) 242mm x (H) 573mm
Motherboard ATX, Mini ITX, Micro-ATX, E-ATX up to 300mm
LED's RGB
Pre-Installed Fans 2x 200mm
2.5" Drive Bay Four SSD's
3.5" Drive Bay Four HDD's

The Mastercase SL600M from Cooler Master is the best case you can get for your ATX build with many advantages like extended height, flush front, and full metal chassis. It has a high-quality brushed aluminum finish that provides premium looks and offers a generous amount of airflow from the top, bottom, and front.

Cooler Master SL600M Airflow engineered SL600M design with top-bottom fans for natural airflow like a chimney. That is true. It has a chimney airflow design that comes with a unique chimney effect. The air intake from the bottom of the case goes to the roof of the case with mesh airflows containing two 200mm fans.

A truly innovative concept, nothing had seen like this before, Cooler Master did it right and make it the smallest desktop case for some powerful and unique builds that could be a masterpiece for the best design and thermal performance.

The design is premium, and the finish is beautiful with fully curved angles. Its shiny aluminum craft chassis has a future-proof I/O stack full-on hipe, which features 2x USB 3.0 A ports, one USB C Gen 3.1, 2x USB 2.0, a combo 3.5mm headset and mic jack, along with another dedicated mic jack.

There is a fan controller, a rest button alongside the power button, and equipped LED indicators for power and HDD. Being modern is one thing, but both lightweight and robust at the same time is outstanding.

The port selection is fantastic, and all the ports come with proximity sensors that are unique and safe for users and the environment. So no more hassle for finding the USB ports in the dark because it has illuminated ports and buttons beside the RGB fans.

SL600M has support for large 360mm radiators at the top and bottom, just like a premium ATX case does. The top panel can popped-up builders can align GPU vertically utilize the rotatable PCI brackets. The Cooler Master SL600M has optimal airflow, appropriate for liquid-cooled GPUs and CLC units to place. The advantage of side-tempered glass panels makes the internal components more prominent with the ARGBs.

The stock expansion slots are eight in number. There are 4x SSD's and 4x HDDs. The configurations Cooler Master delivers in SL600 make it work even if the user rotates the case and usually uses it in a vertical orientation on the cooler or, if needed, for a temporary configuration change. The proximity sensors cut the power when the case accidentally tip-off.

Overall, it is the best thermal case, builders can pass literally through any beefy components in it, and it will chill without making any noise. Speaking of noise, it has acoustic noise reduction technology, which does add up a completely sealed front panel. But the maintaining of fan noise with efficient cooling is adjustable.

It can perform silent without irritating users with loud fan noises. But not as lightweight with a full metal build chassis. We can say that this is the most user-friendly featureful case that has a premium approach to every element.

Pros
  • Adjustable top mesh cover opens in three different positions and can altogether remove
  • Excellent quality best I/O user-friendly ATX case
  • Dust filter with every mesh opening on top, bottom, and at the front side
  • Acoustic noise reduction technology makes it a silent case
Cons
  • Expensive but outstanding ATX case for excellent PC builds

Corsair Carbide 400C

Dimensions (D) 425mm x (W) 215mm x (H) 464mm
Motherboard ATX, Micro-ATX, Mini ITX
LED's RGB
Pre-Installed Fans (1x 140mm) (1x 120mm)
2.5" Drive Bay Three SSD's
3.5" Drive Bay Four HDD's

Corsair Carbide 400C is one of the top 10 ATX cases you can say that this a premium looking case with a compact design and a decent price tag. The case includes two cooling fans, 120mm, and the other is 140mm efficient for a high-end performance build, which is not a common thing for budget-friendly and compact PC cases.

The Corsair Carbide 400C has easy one-click lock glass panels that provide an excellent view of the internal components, show off water cooling systems or some RGBs for mood. It is very nicely appreciated in modern cases to have enough space for an additional fan for strong airflow from the top, rear, and front.

The Carbide 400C is a small footprint computer case that Corsair wisely utilizes its precious space for airflow and water cooling systems. That makes it a member of our top ATX cases because Corsair design this case to support three radiators and cooling systems in mind for best air cooling and RGB showcasing.

The 400C cooling is excellent for modern requirements. It can hold a large 360mm radiator, but because it is a small ATX case, the limited space is not fit for over 360mm large radiator because it requires swapping of front intake fans. If you do so, then you have to add fans on top and bottom generously.

So cooling is not a problem and builders can build some of the most compelling sleek-looking mid-tower ATX computers out of Corsair Carbide 400C sleek mid-tower ATX case. Which can quickly build a powerful PC without tangling and messing cables as it has decent cable management with rubber grommets but not excellent due to limited space.

The I/O is limited because it is a Corsair budget PC case. It features 2x USB 3.0 ports and two separate audio and mic jack. The case includes magnetic strips everywhere, at the front, top, and bottom. It is a decent space small PC case full graphics card support for awesome rigs.

Corsairs build Corsair Carbide 400C with the most passion and merge all the standard good-looking details and features. The transparent clear glass door on the left side provides an excellent view of the budget-friendly line's internal components that looks like the tallest computer cases in terms of visuals.

Pros
  • A rigid steel body with premium finishes provides gorgeous looks
  • Support water cooling system preferable for high end builds
  • Different compartments separate PSU from HDD's, motherboard, and GPU
  • Can support big 360mm cooling radiator in front of the case
Cons
  • The I/O is limted but it is a good looking compact ATX case
  • A bit tight on cable management

Thermaltake Core G3

Dimensions (D) 371mm x (W) 140mm x (H) 454mm
Motherboard ATX, Micro-ATX, Mini ITX
LED's RGB
Pre-Installed Fans 2x 120mm 
2.5" Drive Bay One SSD
3.5" Drive Bay Two HDD's

Thermaltake Core G3 is a slim ATX mid tower case that supports high-end graphic cards and provides pretty good airflow from the front mesh show some RGB if you install it. It can layout in two ways either stand like a tower or lay down to cover the area on the ground while being stable in thermals.

Thermaltake is being innovative and cutting the millimeters of compact chassis even further and making it the world slimmest ATX case that can fit a full water cooling system onboard without compromising the acoustics design airflow.

Making it a beast of a PC case for minimalistic modern looking builds because it is the smallest case for full size GPU. It has slim aesthetics of design that user can sneak it under the TV table horizontally or vertically. It can also stand vertically and suitable to run VR setups conveniently because it can hold RTX GPUs evenly in a slim chassis that works in both layouts.

The case provides enough space for some high-end beefy components and supports up to 4x storage drives, either 3.5 inches HDDs or 2.5 inches SSDs. But the power supply unit can only support the smaller version SFX PSU. Like the EVGA Supernova GM SFX power supply can fit without much hassle.

The I/O features are pretty stacked and showcase on top of the front mesh opening. It consists of a power button, 2x USB 3.0 Type-A ports, and 2x USB 2.0 ports with dedicated audio and mic jacks and a reset button. There are LED indicators for HDD and Power.

For cooling, the two 120mm, turbofans can combine with other 3x 120mm fans on top of the case to ample the airflow for running extreme cooling configurations. Builders can also shift the position to make it a horizontal mobo case or stay it stand vertically as they want.

The Thermaltake G3 is a portable yet slimmest mid tower ATX case capable of holding powerful components with liquid coolers. It is best for sneaky a rugged PC builds with standard GPUs and CPU with CLC for full potential consistency in reliable two-way layout, vertical and horizontal. Its placement does not hurt the tempered glass panel on the side.

Pros
  • A best slim ATX case that support up to ATX motherboards
  • Durable steel material build quality and considerable GPU support with water cooling
  • Works well either vertically stand or horizontal laydown
  • Portable and easy to fit anywhere in home and office
Cons
  • Instead of a standard PSU, it relies on a small SFX PSU due to space limitations

Montech X1

Dimensions (D) 380mm x (W) 190mm x (H) 447mm
Motherboard Micro-ATX, Mini ITX, ATX
LED's SRGB
Pre-Installed Fans (4x 120mm ) (front and rear)
2.5" Drive Bay Three SSD's
3.5" Drive Bay One HDD

Being the most affordable and value-for-money option cheapest ATX case, Montech X1 is an obvious choice for all budget gamers. The most comfortable four stock fans included are also Rainbow SRGB.

It is fantastic for a mid-tower case that included RGB fans and pre-fit for builders to build a dream rig under the budget quickly.

Montech X1 affordability is re-imaginable for those who need a solid PC build but has a limited budget. This X1 ATX case from Montech will probably be an essential PC case that reflects inspirations and chambers of all the stuff and components that builders make PC smooth for running all work tasks.

Having outlandish design is not a thing for every PC builder. Some prefer simplicity over the random curves. Cooler Master did it simple but also stylish for those who desire value over a new style.

The Montech X1 is best for starters. It is a sleek design with few accent colors customized with changeable brackets for the top crown and bottom chin.

The I/O features are great for value case that being so budget-friendly. It has 3x USB Type-A ports, two of which come with 2.0 speed, and one is Gen 3.0. There is also a reset button and features a separate headphone and mic jack for audio input and output.

The Montech X1 houses a dedicated RGB controller button that controls the static RGB fans and indicates the power and HDDs staus with LEDs in the I/O panel.

It has a full front cutout mesh for prior airflow and a beautiful side glass panel that blends the RGB colors like a decoration piece. Montech X1 can cover all the mesh openings with fans and included a generous amount of 4x fans, all pre-installed in the case.

One is exhaust fans, and three are front intake fans for cool air. Builders can also increase the airflow with an additional pair of two 120mm fans on top for more air to provide cooling to some beefy system and showcase a unique look with all the ventilation holes at the rear and bottom cover with RGB.

Even though it is a budget case, it has SRGB fans that are not every manufacturer included with the case. The Montech X1 supports up to an ATX motherboard and stack Micro-ATX or Mini-ITX; if the build requires, it can hold a sizeable high-end GPU of up to 307mm clearance of space for a closed-loop cooling configurator system in that length.

On the contrary, a unique style tempered glass side panel emphasis its design from a brand known for customizable PC components. PC builders can expect a good budget PC with Montech X1 ATX case that delivers quality and customization options within the budget.

If you are looking for a robust build with a single GPU and CLC unit, this case is for you. It has decent cable management space that leaves all the cords without zip ties, and it still looks good.

The Montech X1 cost is around $50 with tempered glass on the side. It provides premium looks and gives credit to customization options to make it even more loveable.

Pros
  • High airflow front mesh panel addup the looks and increases perfromance of any build
  • 4x SRGB fans make excellent overall cooling while staying within a budget
  • Side panel tempered glass has 4mm of thickness, which is removable and transparent
  • Decent size for ATX compact build
Cons
  • The quality is not top notch but have an excelent value for budget builds