If there is one thing clear about the world of gamers is that hardware performance is just as important as looks.For that reason every piece of hardware, whether it is a gaming mouse or a gaming headset gets a dedicated designer team to make it look as good as it performs, if not even better. So far, we have shown you how to put together the best gaming PC, by giving you the Best CPU processor for gaming and the best gaming motherboard. That means we now need to give you a couple of options for the best Gaming Computer Case of 2020.
These are Gaming Computer Cases that not only look exceptionally good, but they also have performance-boosting capabilities. In case you have never seen a high-end gaming case, it is a lot more than a regular tin case designed to look good.
The Best Gaming Computer Cases we have chosen for our list have a ton in interesting an cool features and we are going to get into those in the in-depth reviews we have created for them.
|Thermaltake Level 10 GT Snow Edition Case||4.4 / 5|
|Nzxt Technologies Phantom with Green Trim||4.5 / 5|
|NZXT Phantom 410 Mid Tower USB 3.0 Gaming Case||4.6 / 5|
1. Thermaltake Level 10 GT Snow Edition Super Gaming Case
Let us start by making it perfectly clear that the Thermaltake Level 10 GT Snow Edition is our favorite Gaming Computer Case of all the cases on the market.
As long as you have the money for it, this is definitely the case that you need to get and we are going to give you just a couple of reasons why that is.
For one, anyone who has ever owned a PC knows how difficult and frustrating is to have to keep reaching in the back of the case for the USB ports.
The Thermaltake Level 10 has
4 forward facing USB 2.0 ports, which, as useful as that may be, is not that special in this day and age.
You may be accustomed with the easy to remove HDD bays on most computers, where you have to remove a panel and then you can just click them out. With the Thermaltake Level 10, you do not even have to do that, you just press a button on the front of the computer case and that releases the hard drive.
You can secure all the hard drives with the aid of lock and key supplied with the computer case, so if you go to a LAN party, you can make sure that no one will try to get one of your HDDs. And the final extremely cool feature of the Thermaltake Level 10 is that it has, on the half panel that actually opens up to give you access to the inside of the computer, a huge fan.
That fan is protected by its own removable filter. The fan has a total of 4 fans, but the point is that you can activate just that one fan for day to day use and the inside of your PC will not get covered in that annoying, suffocating dust in just a couple of months.
2. Nzxt Technologies Phantom Full Tower Gaming Case
If you simply cannot afford the Thermaltake, there is a cheaper alternative in the form of the Nzxt Technologies Phantom with Green Trim.
It does not have a front or even top facing USB 3.0 port, but it does have 2 USB 2.0 ports which will come in handy. It also has ports for the mic and the headset.
The thing that makes us really like the Nzxt Technologies Phantom with Green Trim is the fact that it has slots for a lot of fans and it even comes with 4 of its own.
You have individual controls for those fans right on top of the case. The biggest fan sits on the top side of the case and is protected by a grill.
That grill has a double purpose because, on the one hand it keeps things from falling into the computer case, but it also allows you to see the glow from the LCD lighting.
Lastly, the design of the entire case is very cool, the top side has a multi angled design that makes it stand out, and it will also prevent you from placing drinks on it, and the green glow from the LED system is just bright enough to draw the attention, but not so sparkly to make it look like a Twilight vampire in the sun, which is to say nauseating.
3. NZXT Phantom 410 Mid Tower USB 3.0 Gaming Case
Before we say anything else about the NZXT Phantom 410 Mid Tower we need to point out something that you may or may not have noticed in its very name.
This is a Mid Tower Gaming Computer Case, which means it is slightly shorter than a regular case and that can cause all types of ventilation or even fitting problems, if you are the type of gamer how uses a lot of PCI cards, extension cards and so on.
That is why it costs so much less than the other cases and why it is on the number 3 spot on our list of the best gaming cases of 2020.
Still it has earned a 4.6 star rating on Amazon from over 300 customers and that was well earned because of its many interesting features. For one, it does have 2 forward facing USB 3.0 ports.
And all the fans you would need to keep the case cool under regular conditions. It has just 3 BlueRay or DVD bays, but 6 internal HDD bays.
So, even though we left it for last, if you use a clean system with just a video card and maybe a dedicated audio card, NZXT Phantom 410 Mid Tower can be an excellent choice.