Discussion in 'Die-hard Overclocking & Case Modifications' started by 0blivious, Oct 19, 2014.
Lian Li, Corsair, Rosewill, and Silverstone.
But also cannot forget Apple. Mac Pro is sexy....
I really like corsair and fractal design.
Coolermaster, NZXT and Lianli
Coolermaster because a drunken play fight knocked the PC off my desk from about 1m and nothing other than the chassis got damaged, PC was powered on too and all HDDs were fine
Plus they are pretty big, bought this HAF922 many many years ago and it still fits everything I've bought for it
Anyhting that's open air. Dimastech is my favorite manufacture for test benches.
Not an expert on this but bought a very nice case by Antec some years back. And then when I needed a new one bought a Fractal Design case as it was the one that was both good and not eye-wateringly expensive. Very happy and my next case will probably be from Fractal Design, too.
I like In Win especially their open air designs
I had an IN WIN dragon rider and it was Now I have a Rosewill Thor V2 and its good.
Next is a Corsair case.
NZXT cases I like cuz of their designs, but I would really like to get a Corsair 900D.
Phanteks. A full tower that is completely painted (no unpainted aluminum), has color changing LEDs built in, superb cable management, rivet-less design (can be completely disassembled with a screwdriver), air filters covering every air inlet, and tons of water cooling options and mounting points built right in, and all for $150.
Haven't tried their other cases yet, but their Enthoo Luxe is by far the best case I've owned.
Was partial to Thermaltake years and years ago but haven't purchased anything from them in years.
Also Lian-Li for more conservative builds. Pricey, but built fantastically well.
I don't like flashy or "meshy" cases, so i went with fractal design and i'm very happy with it.
I don't mind mesh designs, but it can't be cheap plastic or painted steel mesh. Brushed aluminum only!