Easy and convenient side access to the interior for replacing parts. Windowed side panel allows for interior LEDs. Comes with room for two hard drives for extra storage.
Certain CPU radiators may be too big to fit inside the case with large motherboards.
Allows you to install up to five drives at the same time, without tools. Internal cable routing makes it easy to organize cords and cables cleanly. Dust filters on the fans keep dust and debris from getting on sensitive components.
Support hardware sometimes comes stripped or broken.
Clean, modern design makes the case suitable for office PC builds. Four hard drive trays support regular and solid state drives. Features accessible USB and audio inputs in the front.
Case is made of cheap plastic components that can bend and flex when removing panels.
Included LEDs shine colors through the vents and windowed side panel. Large 240-millimeter front fan draws air in directly onto the CPU and components. Drive installation requires no tools.
The angular front panel is difficult to mount correctly after accessing the interior compartment.
Tempered glass panels along the front, top, and sides allow LED lighting to shine through the case. Case offers better airflow with up to six case fans and 360-millimeter radiators. Velcro straps help organize cords.
Removing the tempered panels requires unscrewing the mounts, making it harder to access the interior.
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Mid-tower cases are a perfect option for DIY PC builders needing an affordable desktop with room for large components and parts. Typically, the mid-tower size is large enough for most serious gaming computers that require big graphic cards and CPUs to run modern games at full settings. Corsair offers several mid-towers mainly aimed for gaming builds. This means you can expect better ventilation, extra fan mounting spots, and enough room in some models for a liquid cooling system. If you want an extra touch of uniqueness, choose a case with built-in LED lights to make the computer glow as you play.