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Loved seeing everyone's thoughts about PC cases and what is important to you when choosing. Be sure to enter to win on Day 2 here.
I already have the pc case with my AMD Ryzen 7 5800X3D 8-Core Processor.
One that has good access panels that swing open on both sides of the case but yet are easily removable.
It starts like this... by just fitting a 360 top radiator.
At least two USB 3 port and 1 USB-C port.
removeable top dust filters
room for water cooling functionality like the Hyte y60
The pc case must have for me is a design that is well thought out making the build easier and more fun while building.
Visibility windows to see all the pretty rgb's
2 hard drive slots, or more
easily removable dust filters
A good case should have enough space for a 360mm radiator in the top and bottom and have space for e atx Mainboards (so larger workstation and gaming PCs can fit in the case).
Good airflow is a must for any build.
Case must have good airflow and wire management.
I think a handle is absolutely necessary for a PC case. It's vital to be able to carry the case from place to place.
zero rgb. no lights at all.
The actual must Have are aesthetics und Airflow like a Wind Tunnel for a breeze cooling
Excellent airflow and a quiet fan design
It must have a simple to minimal design (possibly white) and with interesting solutions to manage the cables.
Must have good space for cable management.
Call me old fashioned, but I still use a blu-ray disc drive.
I have an external one that plugs in with USB-3. I can move it around to other computers if I need to.
Enough room so I don't catch my fingers on any of the potential sharp bits 🤣🤣🤣
Enough room for my Radeon 7900 xt video card to fit comfortable with my Ryzen processor
What it supports
Bottom and side intake fans and top and rear exhaust fans.
I only use ATX cases.
Bells and whistles are okay, I guess, but firstly I build for go, not show.
Must look clean for me! So all or most wiring must have a place to hide.
I am assuming that anyone who wants to buy a PC case can find one that fits their parts and fits their space nowadays. If everyone can do that, then I would say the must-have would be the aesthetics of the case. I look at my cases a lot since it is next to me and if I did not like the way it looked, it would just put a damper on anything I was doing regardless of what was inside. There are so many choices currently, so in addition to getting a case that fits your needs, get one that looks good too. I am actually a bit interested in what case modders would consider a must-have.