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 looking to create. 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 to make sure the motherboard form-factor and power supply are stated for compatibility.
Giving way for a variety of distinctive looks, Mini-ITX cases come in many different sizes and shapes. Keeping to the traditional look of tower style cases, Mini-ITX does well to shrink this down into something ideal for sitting on top of a desk or beside the display. Along with other forms such as cubes and game console-esque aesthetics, gamers, casual-users and professionals are certain to find something appeal to their use-case.
While some PC cases within this form-factor provide options for modding and larger sized hardware, most place a focus on being portable and compact, ideal for saving on space. As with traditional form-factors however, there is an extensive range of hardware options available, tailored for the purpose of accommodating these smaller sizes. Components such as SFX power supplies, low-profile CPU coolers and M-ITX graphics cards are able to deliver the same functionality, features and performance as their standard size variants, only cutting down on the physical size to meet the space requirements of the chassis.
Maintaining support for larger hardware and multiple-GPU solutions, Micro-ATX cases are by far the most common for those seeking to accommodate such preferences while still making a reduction in physical space. Proving ideal for M-ATX and M-ITX motherboards, these cases come in a variety of forms – cube, tower, travel friendly and HTPC, M-ATX cases can give way for excellent builds featuring watercooling and enthusiasts modding.
Mid Tower Cases
Allowing compatibility for the standard size ATX, M-ATX and Mini-ITX motherboards, Mid tower cases deliver a physical size that's not quite as large as full tower cases yet not quite as small as M-ATX or Mini-ITX cases. This form-factor allows users to build a rig that holds the same physical support for hardware just like the full tower, only limiting the quantity of such components by just a small amount.
This means that gamers and PC modding enthusiasts with have no trouble in building a multi-GPU setup, fully-custom watercooling with one or more radiators, and no limitations in air-cooling support. With a huge selection of styles and function-specific designs, for gamers in need of a window side-panel with blinking LEDs or professional-users looking for silence-optimized computing, both are certain to find a case that meets their requirements.
Full Tower Cases
Proving to be the best choice for gamers, modders and PC enthusiasts who demand the very best in regards to functionality, multiple-GPU solutions, fully-custom watercooling support and larger hardware, full tower cases deliver without any compromise. Featuring many designs with aluminium builds, compartmentalized hardware, large quantity of storage drives, E-ATX motherboard support, and full-side panel windows to show off your internal aesthetics, the full tower case is both user-friendly and visually striking.
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.