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We try our best to read reviews from different manufacturers every day to detect any potential problems that may exist in the case. We also want to see what other people in the PC industry think about the chassis we choose!

When buying a tempered glass case, you need certain things, such as support for the motherboard. When buying so many situations, you also need to consider other things.

It is important to consider all these factors before purchasing your box. This is why we will discuss these things in more detail.

Before you click to buy the box you like, there are several things to consider. The first step is to understand the shape of its components. The external dimensions of the motherboard, GPU and PSU may be different, so it is very important to check if they are compatible. Consider how many fans you will install, how many hard drives you need, and what size radiator your cooler has!

Don't worry, we'll discuss these different factors in more detail below.

Before you begin, you need to understand the dimensions of the motherboard. Common motherboard sizes are ATX, MicroATX, and MiniITX. ATX is the largest of the 3 and MiniATX is the smallest. The smaller

circuit board will provide less space for your components and will generally have fewer features. If you don't need too much that's not bad, but if you're building a high-end gaming version or planning to upgrade to a mid-range version in the future, you may want to stick with the classic ATX board.

You will usually find the motherboard compatibility label in the chassis name, or you will easily find it in the specifications, which describes the largest motherboard size you can fit into the chassis. The

has 3 prominent types of computer cases (although there are more), each of which is compatible with different types of motherboards:

A good case has many cable management options. Most chassis have holes in the back panel for cables to pass through, but some chassis are better suited for cable management than others. For example, the hole may be there, but not in the ideal location. This has never been more important than a tempered glass cabinet, because some can be a little hot, but mainly because there are more systems to look at!

Nobody wants to be bothered by a noisy chassis fan. If your boxes have fans, make sure they aren't too loud, trust me, you'll thank me later. Many popular cases, including all the cases in our review, have been reviewed online. Make sure to check their reviews before buying a protective case. During testing, many reviewers will not only notice the cooling performance of the fans, but also their noise levels.

If you are manufacturing a computer, you are likely to invest a reasonable amount of cash. Regardless of whether it is a tempered glass enclosure, it is important to buy a sturdy structure, because damaging its components is the last thing you want to do.

is attractive: First of all, the tempered glass housing looks great in a modern setting, allowing a better view of the system. They look beautiful and add a touch of elegance to your build, while letting these RGB lights illuminate the surrounding area.

To be honest, the tempered glass enclosure is purely aesthetic, but some provide excellent modularity for any module manufacturer. You can also get some cool extensions. The GPU and other components are installed vertically in a tempered glass enclosure. Visual appeal is very important!

Type

MidTower

motherboard bracket

ATX, mATX, MiniITX

Dimensions (H x W x D)

500 x 237 x 507 mm

fan includes

3 x LL120 44 4 4 4 RGB 4 4 4 TX 4 4 seat 4 4 4 TX 4 4 motherboards 4 4 4 4 4 RGB bases 4 4 RGB motherboards 4 4 4 motherboards

MicroATX, MiniITX

Dimensions (HxWxD)

398 x 276 x 351 mm

fan included

2 Corsair LL120 RGB fan

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Type

Type

Center Tower 4x44X 4X 4X 4X 4X 4X 4X 4X 4X 4X 444 4X 444 4X 444 444 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 5 444 444

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complete tower Type

motherboard supports

MiniATX, MicroATX, ATX, EATX

size (H x W x D)

includes 454 x 444 mm fan

3 x 140mm RGB fan

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Type

Mid Tower

motherboard supports

MiniITX, Micro ATX, ATX, EATX

size (HxWxD)

440 × 210 × 444mm including ntilators

N / A

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type

MidTower

motherboard bracket

ATX, mATX board, MiniITX

size (HxWxD)

500 X 237 X507 mm

includes fan

3 winds Fan LL120 RGB

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PROS

Cooling

design

A large number of fans

Tempered glass panel

Acoustic performance

Disadvantages

Price

This tempered glass monster from Corsair is absolutely top-notch. Obsidian 500D RGB adopts three-sided tempered glass, which can be said to be the best tempered glass shell at present. This eye-catching case is equipped with 3 120mm fans and looks great through the glass panel.

One of the best features in this case is that the two tempered glass side panels are hinged together for easy opening, allowing you to enter the interior immediately! If you want to cool the system with water, this case supports 120, 240, 280 and 360 mm radiators. It has a large number of drive bays for 3.5- and 2.5-inch drives, excellent cable management options, and commendable airflow due to the pre-installed chassis fan and spacious interior space.

With Corsair, you know you'll get a sturdy, well-built case that won't let you down, although the case is a bit pricey, it's worth the investment. Perfect first class case

If desired, it can provide additional airflow. Actually, the

isn't that bad for a compact chassis, and there's even room for water cooling, which looks great in a compact chassis. So a small box with a lot of features, it manages to keep the noise level quite low, which is very impressive and a worthy competitor. Type

Mid-Tower

motherboard compatible with

MiniITX, MicroATX and ATX

Dimensions (HxWxD)

210 x 460 x 428 mm

Includes fan

2 x Aer F * 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 simple S 4 4 4 4 4 Simple 4 4 4 Amazon Fan 4-Fan Cable Management Option

This compact mid-tower ATX case from NZXT is a great choice for anyone who wants style and performance at a low price. The

case is black and made entirely of steel. Of course, the cabinet has tempered glass side panels, especially the RGB on the system looks great. It may not feel very unique, but this situation gets things done the right way, whether it's impressive cable management options or water-cooling capabilities, this situation can be done at a low price.

We've already started to expect enough airflow in the NZXT's case, and the H500 won't disappoint. This enclosure comes with 2 x

AER F * fans, these fans are 120mm and the ready-to-use high efficiency airflow can be installed in multiple locations depending on the cooling solution or preference.

In this case, you can get ATX motherboard support, as well as space to install a 280mm radiator in the front (liquid cooler) and a 120mm radiator in the rear air outlet. You get 3 dust filters, which do an excellent job of limiting the amount of dust that gets into the components, and they fit perfectly into the case regardless of price. The

NZXT chassis is known for its ease of construction. Not only does it have good cable management options, it is also a good example for any custom modifier who wants to water-cool its construction. The number of features you get in this seemingly clean situation is staggering for the price and worth considering.

Type

Complete Tower

motherboard supports

MiniATX, MicroATX, ATX, EATX

Dimensions (H x W x D)

592 x 274 x 577 mm

includes fan

3 x 140 mm 44 44 RGB 44 44 RGB 44 44 44 44 The best aesthetics of the RGB enclosure

Good airflow

Maintains low temperature for the all-tempered glass case

Side panel hinged (most convenient)

Disadvantages

Price

No PCIe extension cable

Heavy duty

Is the best cable management option

Thermaltake's view The 71 RGB version may seem expensive, but it is infused with tempered glass and is one of the most beautiful cases today. Regardless of the price,

tempered glass has become the norm in most cases, but Thermaltake's this one goes a step further, with 3-sided tempered glass; side panels and front panels. It looks great, but in the past, beautiful glass plates often encountered strong cooling problems, but Thermaltake seems to have cracked it. The

enclosure does a good job of airflow and provides enough air to keep the interior at a reasonable temperature, which surprised us due to the amount of glass surrounding the enclosure. The RGB version has 3 RGB fans, which are static pressure fans that actually pump air into the chassis. The

chassis supports motherboard up to EATX and there is an installation option that allows your GPU to be installed vertically. This is a great option for customers, but they sell the Expansion (Riser) cable separately, unless you spend extra money, otherwise this cable is useless. Except managing the cables in this situation is a bit tricky, which is largely the only downside, but it can be challenging for seasoned builders. The

fan support is excellent in this case, with room for 3 x 120mm fans at the front and top of the chassis. Actually, you can install 3 x 140mm fans on the top, but you can only install 2 x 140mm fans on the front panel. Therefore, airflow is of course something that has already been considered, and you can easily achieve icy coolness through your build with minimal additional cost. In other words, the out-of-the-box temperature is good enough, so if you don’t want to, you don’t have to spend extra money, but it definitely needs to be considered because it is a 3-sided glass box. The

chassis uses an innovative 3.5-inch and 2.5-inch tool-free drive bay design, eliminating the trouble of installation and disassembly, allowing you to easily exchange 3.5-inch and 2-inch storage drives freely. 5 inches. The View 71 TG RGB version has pre-designed modular panels, racks, brackets and mounting molds, which is very suitable for custom manufacturers.

This may not be the best case, but it's hard to deny how good its appearance and hinged side panels are-a good choice!

Type

Mid Tower

motherboard supports

MiniITX, Micro ATX, ATX, EATX

Dimensions (HxWxD)

440 × 210 × 480mm

Fans Included

N / A 4 S

Fan

Very spacious

For budget-conscious Very cost-effective for people

Disadvantages

Does not include fan

Economic version does not include cover

No rubber gasket

Deepcool Matrexx 55 case is the cheapest recommendation in the list, but this does not mean that it is not rich in features. The

case is visually very beautiful and the tempered glass makes this case feel much higher than its price. This cheap version does not come with

To ensure that they operate at a stable temperature, but with a tempered glass shell, you can add glitter!

We want to know which situation you choose to house your building and whether you have any other suggestions for us to discuss.

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