Best Pc Cases for Dusty Environment

Best Pc Cases for Dusty Environment – If you are looking to purchase a PC case for a computer that will be used in a dusty environment, there are a few things you may want to consider before you pull the trigger. While most cases don’t need maintenance or this much care, these will.

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1.Fractal Design Define R5

Pros & Cons

Having reviewed most past Define R-Series cases, it is only natural that we take a look at the latest and greatest in this family of enclosures. The Define R5 is a much needed update to the line and is available in 3 colors, each with or without a window. Before we dive into this review, here is what Fractal Design has to say about their case:

The Fractal Design Define R5 is the next evolution in the widely popular Define Series. Packed with intelligently designed enthusiast-oriented features delivering a silent case with powerful and expansive air and liquid cooling support, presented in a stunning Scandinavian inspired construction.

The Define R5 case reaches the highest level of silent computing through strategically placed dense sound-absorbing material, ModuVent fan vent covers and finely tuned Dynamic Series fans.

2.Lian Li PC-O11DW 011

Pros & Cons

The fact that this chassis is equipped with a full-cover tempered glass side panel isn’t anything special, many cases these days have one or more glass panels. But It’s the rather ingenious way the tempered glass panels are attached to the case that make this chassis stand out.

The tempered glass panels can only be detached once the top panel has been removed. This clever design minimizes the possibility of dropping a glass panel during installation or maintenance, and the lack of traditional thumbscrew fasteners gives the PC-O11 Dynamic a sleek and stylish look.

3.NZXT H710i

Pros & Cons

The NZXT H710i ($169.99) ATX PC case sits close to the top of NZXT’s product lineup, and for good reason: It’s big, it’s bold, and it hides a bunch of cool, premium stuff under the hood and behind its panels. It delivers notable improvements over the company’s well-received H510i case, and it’s worth looking at if you are a fan of the distinctive clean-design, futuristic-looking chassis ethos that NZXT is known for.

(But you should also be looking for lots of space for big motherboards and serious cooling; it’s no compact box.) Given that this is a premium chassis, we’d like to see a few additions to the port loadout and some polish on a couple of items, but the H710i is solid for aesthetes, performance hounds, and serious tweakers looking to do liquid cooling with a multi-fan radiator, or heavy-duty air cooling.

4.MUSETEX 6pcs

Pros & Cons

Musetex is rated an average of 4.61 stars by more than three hundred customers on Amazon, which means that the majority of shoppers are satisfied with their purchases.

They mainly sell electronics products under the brand of MUSETEX. At present, they offer eleven products for sale, some with Prime shipping available. The average price of all the products in Musetex is roughly $82.

In our ranking for Amazon sellers, they are ranked 24666th this month. However a month ago they were ranked 21351st. The ranking of the list is based on the number of feedbacks received over the past year, while taking into account the reduction of negative ratings.

5.Corsair CARBIDE 275R

Pros & Cons

If Corsair’s recently launched Obsidian 550D premium chassis is a bit too extravagant for you, the compact mid-tower Carbide 275R may be just what you are looking for.

The first thing you will notice about the Corsair Carbide 275R is the chassis’ overall basic-black demeanor. If you were to place it next to other mid-tower chassis with a tempered-glass side panel such as the Riotoro CR500, the Fractal Design Define R6, and the Antec P110 Luce, you would be hard-pressed to tell them apart. But, before we get ahead of ourselves, let’s look at this chassis’ tech specs.


Best Pc Cases for Dusty Environment – If you live in a dusty environment, you need to find a dust proof PC case. This will protect the sensitive pieces of the computer that need to function properly. Most importantly, they need to keep the fans free of dust so that they are able to move and keep the heat moving out of the case.