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The one must have is that the case must have enough room for the AMD Radeon graphics card I choose to fit in it.
A case that looks cool. I don't really mind anything else and I can work around most shortcomings but if it doesn't look cool then I probably wouldn't bother.
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The one thing, that I have now learnt from PAINFUL first-hand experience. CLEARANCES! The case must have the right CLEARANCES!!!!!!!!
I am looking for something that will show off the changing colors!
airflow / shielding
One case must have when choosing one is, make sure its big enough for a liquid cooling setup either custom or hardlined.
The HYTE Y60 is a beautiful case! I've seen a few live builds on Twitch with that particular case as will as plenty of PC build pics posted on PCPartPicker. Thanks HYTE and AMD! Good luck everyone!
Tiny PC size.
At this moment it doesn't really matter as long as there is enough room and good airflow so I can get my AMD built RX 6750 hotspot below 100C with the default fan curve 🙂
It needs to have enough space to build a new system easily inside of it without hurting my hand or twisting them to an uncomfortable way.
A bay for a DVD drive. Probably why I've used the same case for my last 3 builds, they're slowly disappearing.
Huge EATX/XL-ATX for large boards. Also large enough for raid arrays and cooling.
Good airflow with built-in RGB fans & controller.
I'm old school I like to have some 51/4 bays for a DVD player and a sata removable hard drive bay.
Corsair 570X Crystal-series case is my favorite case because it has enough room inside for the enormous graphics cards that are being sold currently by Nvidia as well as they are also tempered glass so it's really beautiful especially when using a lot of RGB fans and LED lighting inside the case to show off your build and components!
Good amount of space/zones for cable management!
Needs to have a great cooling system or room for one
Must have good acoustics as well as proper airflow!
These days a usb-c header in the front of the case is welcome in order to shuffle around data/settings to external drives.
One must-have is a PSU Shroud for sure. Cannot let the cables distract you from your GPU.
Filters. I just can't without dust filters anymore.
Hmm my one thing my pc case must have, is a very open glass window. The new cases that have wrap around glass, (like the HYTE 60) and hopefully the 011 EVO XL. Hope to see that one soon!
Enough room to put whatever oversized GPU I want in it!
Cooling is always my concern with good airflow. And another good thing is cable management
A case has to have good airflow while looking good
I look for a case that has enough room to work inside the case and space for cable management. It must also hold an AIO on the top along with vertical GPU mounting and 2x3.5 drive bays with room for an ad in card or 2. I currently have the Y60 from Hyte, and it is perfect for me
My one PC Case must-have is that it must be the size of an NZXT H510 or smaller. I need my desk space, but can't handle putting my pc on the ground lol
Coming off of a fresh re-home into a Torrent Compact here…..
MUST HAVE: Adequate space on the side for wire management.
My fellow Torrent Compact owners everywhere are agreeing right now 🙅:male_sign:
must be able to hold a 360 water cooler without being too tight
Good airflow is always a must for me.
First of all - air flow... then design and then everything else.
The one must have is great cooling and it has to look good doing it. Oh and it has to be red lol
Most importantly good airflow with dust filters. After that, I guess I'd go for something that can look good both with and without RGB
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Front USB 3.2 port