Top RGB Computer Case for RGB Gaming PC

Written by Muqadas Wattoo | Published on May 28, 2019

One of the most desirable features in PC cases is RGB lighting. The RGB lighting can help easily change the entire look of your gaming unit. Many PC users like to design the RGB lighting around their PC units themselves, but several companies are releasing cases that already include RGB lighting.

These cases look incredibly cool and are much more efficient than having to set up your RGB lighting. However, there’s more to a computer than just the RGB lighting. The Article is going to give you an overview of the best PC cases that come with RGB lighting. Without spending time being idle, let us look at the first PC case.

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7 Top RGB Computer Cases Review

Below we will talk about 7 best rgb pc cases available in the market:

2. Thermaltake View 71

Thermaltake View 71 RGB
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The Thermaltake view 71 is a full tower PC case making it large enough to let you create an entire monster gaming unit. These cases have enough space to support all the power you need to play modern video games in 4k resolution. The tower stands at 23.3 inches tall and weighs around 42 pounds. It isn’t a case that’s easy to move, so make sure you decide where to place it beforehand.

Apart from being an absolute monster chassis, the Thermaltake is gorgeous to view as well. With four tempered glass scenes, the PC case offers a great view into the core of your system. Furthermore, the two side doors easily slide open, allowing you to get as DIY as you want with your PC without the hassle of having to unscrew any bolts. Furthermore, the glass panels efficiently provide enough space for optimal airflow.

In addition to the use of tempered glass, the PC case comes with three pre-installed led fans. The LED fans come with two modes. You can choose to let them stay either Red, Blue, White, and Green or Cycle randomly through 256 colors. Furthermore, the tower case holds the room for five more 120mm size fans. Additionally, the larger size of the case allows you to fit in a larger motherboard or multiple smaller motherboards. The case supports room for a 410mm size Graphic processing unit. The case further has support for ten expansion slots with room for 4 Accessible drive days and three hidden.

The PC case is a full tower case and has a much higher price than a mid-tower PC. The PC generally ranges from $290-310 and if you’re looking to make a monster gaming unit, then be ready to invest your money. Without a full tower case, it becomes impossible to max out performance in certain modern games.

4. Cougar Panzer EVO

Cougar Panzer EVO RGB
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Let’s move back towards the full-size towers for those of you who need maximum power. The Cougar Panzer EVO RGB is a solid choice for anybody looking for a full aesthetic tower PC case. It features a four tempered glass design that allows you to view the entirety of your internal components.

Additionally, the case comes pre-installed with four RGB fans. Each fan contains 18 LEDs, and you have great control over all of them. Furthermore, the cougar panzer RGB system comes with a control panel allowing you to choose between a hundred dynamic modes. The fans on their easily create an incredible atmosphere.

However, the Cougar Panzer also allows for more lighting sources. The Core Box can easily incorporate up to 8 RGB fans and an additional 4 LED strips. They are quickly making enough room for an almost Tron like light display. The LED fans aren’t just for show; they can immediately help keep the temperature of your PC core down.

The Cougar Panzer can easily support five different forms of motherboards. Furthermore, being a full tower case, there’s enough room for two 310 mm graphics cards. The place for such customization allows you to tinker and maximize your gaming performance quickly. Nothing is the limit with a full tower case, allowing you to play 4k games easily and even dabble with virtual reality at high frame rates.

Another exciting feature of the Case is the Front Panel. The Front Panel includes several new connectivity ports allowing you to connect modern devices to their maximum potential.

The PC case costs a very reasonable. If you take into consideration the number of features on offer a full tower PC case like this usually costs upwards of $200. The only significant feature missing is the tempered windows don’t prop open. The window bolts into the sides which may be a minor inconvenience when you’re making changes to your PC.

Considering all things, however, the PC case is an outstanding value for money and will serve you will for a long time.

6. CORSAIR Crystal 570X

CORSAIR Crystal 570X RGB

Another incredibly unique PC case by CORSAIR is the Crystal 570X. The crystal 570X comes with four tempered glass panels on the sides, front and top. The four glass panels allow for easy viewing on the insides of your system. Letting all the gamers around you see the monster components of your PC.

The PC case comes with three LED fans. The LED fans also have an RGB controller that allows you to switch between different settings. You can choose whatever color mode suits you best and roll with it.

Apart from the incredibly unique aesthetics, the case has a very spacious interior that gives you a considerable amount of room. You can tinker around with radiators and graphics cards to find the optimum combination between power and cooling.

An incredibly useful feature is the cable guidance. The cable routing channels allow you to manage all your cables easily.

The case in question is available for $$$ and is slightly expensive for a Mid-Tower Case. However, the extent of features on offer means you can quickly pay the extra $30-40 for this case.

7. Rosewill Nighthawk Z

Rosewill Nighthawk Z-RGB

The Rosewill Nighthawk is the last RGB PC case on our list. The Nighthawk Z comes with a single tempered glass pane on the side. The Panel allows you to view the running’s of your system from one hand easily. Additionally, the computer case comes with an open front panel that will enable you to look into the PC case.

The front fans are easily visible, and there are three of them. The first three fans, along with the open panel, create an incredible look. The fans are incredibly cool looking and also make for an efficient cooling system.

The Nighthawk is a very spacious interior, and you can use the interior to fit in several large-sized radiators. Furthermore, the interior is spacious enough to support any significant motherboard.

The PC case costs 1$$, and you may think your paying for a quality product, but the company is relatively small so be careful ordering this particular case.

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