Best Airflow Pc Cases

This entry has been published on July 31, 2021 and may be out of date.

Last Updated on November 14, 2022 by admin

Best Airflow Pc Cases – If you have reached so far in this article, we assume you have already checked out all the listed PC cases in the article and also read the buying guide by now. So, we assume you are currently deciding and picking up the best suitable PC case for yourself. We hope you are not having any difficulties or confusion related to anything about the PC cases as we have covered it all in the buying guide for you.

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1.NZXT H510 – CA-H510B-W1

The NZXT range is by far one of my all-time favourites. They’ve always put themselves at the cutting edge of the PC case market. From the old school Phantom series that every high-end PC gamer had to have ten years ago. Now, we’re up to the H-series, which feature ultra-clean lines, integrated smart-features, modular hardware, and a range of designs giving you a choice of colours, as well as a choice of a standard, smart or elite variants.

There’s the NZXT H510, which for lack of a better word is the base model. However, it’s still very much a premium case in its own right. Then you also have the H510i which comes with their smart fan control system built-in. Above that, you have the H510 Elite. This is the smart version of the case but comes with more tempered glass and RGB. Which one is right for you? That’s for your eyes and your wallet to decide. However, the core design and features of all three models remain the same. The H510 is available in matte white, matte black and matte black/red; we have the white version in for review today.

2.MUSETEX 6pcs

MUSETEX computer case adopts magnetic hole design which is easy to install and disassemble. The glass on the side of the game box is high quality glass with which you can output RGB lighting.

Storage space This mid-size ATX case provides enough space to set up the system and keep accessories clean. It supports ATX, Micro-ATX and ITX motherboards. Internal Slots: 2 x 3.5 HDD, 3 x 2.5 SSD (not included). Powerful heat dissipation system, six pre-installed 120mm RGB LED fans in PC game case and up to 360mm liquid cooler at the front (optional)

3.Corsair 4000D Airflow

Featuring a front panel covered in triangle perforations, Corsair’s 4000D Airflow PC case has a distinctive-looking face and delivers what it promises: ample, well, airflow to keep your PC components cool under pressure. Priced at a low  with a tempered-glass side panel, it’s far from the most feature-packed ATX mid-tower we’ve seen for under low price.

But its affordability and construction quality make it worth a look if you’re shopping for a spiffy-on-a-budget PC case while saving up for the stuff inside.

4.Cooler Master MasterBox TD500

The Masterbox TD500 fits squarely into the enthusiast mainstream segment with its looks, glass side panel, and RGB fans. While you may think this review will be quite ordinary, the TD500 Mesh actually has a few nice design touches that set it apart from the competition out there.

Available in black or white, we got the black variant of the Masterbox TD500 Mesh for review with us today.

5.Phanteks Eclipse P300A

This new front facade should do the case some favors in terms of temperatures, but the chassis only comes with one fan included, and that isn’t much.

But the basic setup also means the price is low; you can buy yourself the Phanteks P300A for just  which might just make you forgive it for its lack of included extras. At this price, the company is targeting the entry-level builder who wants an ATX chassis that cools well and isn’t overly designed or flashy.

There’s a lot to like here, but will the P300A make it to our best PC cases list? First, let’s take a close look at the Eclipse P300A’s specs.


Best Airflow Pc Cases – Since you have decided to build a new PC for yourself, you must be looking out there for the best PC components possible. Apart from the PC’s performance, the way it would look on your desk matters a lot. For that, we suggest you to spend on a decent-looking PC case that not only looks good but also has good airflow to keep your PC components cool.