Cases & Modding
For many PC gamers, building a custom gaming rig is as much about the performance as it is the aesthetics, and because of this, the PC chassis plays a prominent role in having their PC be a showpiece. It's more than just a shell holding their components in place – it's a demonstration of craftsmanship, time, effort, and personality. From the large copper heatsinks resembling a Supercharged 69 Camaro, to the custom watercooling set-ups which adopt the visual traits of a futuristic chemistry lab – PC enthusiasts take pride in their builds and will stylize their chassis to present their internal component choices driving their gaming experiences.
Providing cases for all sizes, shapes, requirements, and personal taste, our extensive range of chassis will have you covered for whatever your build may be. Whether it's fitted with LED backlighting, built with an aluminium structure, or optimised for noise-dampening, when buying a PC chassis it's important make sure the motherboard form-factor and power supply are stated for compatibility.
Ideal for building a PC of the smallest physical size while still being able to support high-end hardware – the Mini ITX form factor gives way for cube and game console size builds, proving that towers are simply a matter of preference as opposed to being a requirement.
Only slightly larger than the Mini-ITX sized form-factor, the M-ATX allows for larger and additional hardware such as dual graphics cards, an increase in storage drives, and more flexibility for watercooling setups. Cases within the M-ATX form-factor are available in cube, mini-tower, full-tower, and game console sizes.
Allowing support for larger hardware and additional graphics cards, with more options for cooling such as larger fans and watercooling equipment, the standard ATX size case features a greater range of styling and sizes, with some chassis being the same physical size as a M-ATX case – allowing the internal component layout to appear more compact. Should users desire a larger case then the choices go even further.
E-ATX Full Tower
Designed for use with standard ATX and E-ATX size motherboards, full tower cases vary greatly in size with some being only slightly larger than the standard ATX, while others being physically unable to fit atop a desk. As with all form-factors, chassis are all about preference. For the PC enthusiasts looking to build a rig fitted with dual or quad applied graphics cards, along with extensive watercooling and multiple radiators, the E-ATX full tower chassis proves to be the most versatile form-factor for compatibility.