Best PC cases for a new PC to buy [2020 Guide]


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Black Friday is a great day to snap up some bargains. That is the day after Thanksgiving Thursday in the USA when companies widely discount prices. In fact, some companies offer BF deals throughout November at least.

So this might be a good time to get a new PC case! A case with an appealing design and plenty of expansion slots will be essential for anybody assembling a custom desktop. The likes of Amazon and Newegg are discounting a few noteable PC cases for the Black Friday period. These are five Black Friday PC case deals that are worth noting.

Note: Deals are subject to change. Sometimes, some of the deals listed in our guides may no longer be available by the time you hit the buy button. So, hurry up and grab them while they’re hot.

Best PC cases deals to get

1

Corsair Mid-Tower Cases

Black Friday deals on pc cases from Corsair
This season comes with some nice savings on PC cases from Corsair. Check them before they are out of stock!

CORSAIR Carbide SPEC-Omega RGB

CORSAIR Crystal 570X RGB Mid-Tower Case, 3 RGB Fans, Tempered Glass

CORSAIR Carbide 275R Mid-Tower Gaming Case, Window Side Panel

CORSAIR Carbide SPEC-04 Mid-Tower Gaming Case

2

Rosewill PRISM S500 ATC Case

 

This is an ATX mid-tower case that includes several expansion slots, four 120 mm pre-installed fans and five drive bays. It is a steel and transparent case with a tempered glass side panel.

The PRISM S500 also includes novel LED lights along the ring fans and side strip that illuminate the case with some dazzling RGB lighting effects.

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3

Rosewill CULLINAN

The CULLINAN is an elegant mid-tower case for gaming desktops that has three tempered glass panels at the sides and top. It includes four 120 mm LED fans with alternative blue, red and white color variants that light up the desktop.

This case supports ATX, XL-ATX and E-ATX motherboards and includes several expansion slots, two 3.5 drive bays and three 2.5 drive bays. You can also connect devices with the CULLINAN’s one USB 3.0, two USB 2.0 and two audio in/out ports.

Editors Note: If you’re interested in other PC cases, check out our wide collection of guides.

4

Thermaltake View 71

 

The Thermaltake View 71 is among the most transparent desktop cases as it includes tempered glass panels on both sides, the top and front. It is a full-tower case that supports ATX and ITX motherboards and comes with three Riing RGB fans.

The case packs in 10 2.5 and several 3.5 drive bays and up to 10 expansion slots. The View 71’s front panel also includes two USB 2.0, one HD Audio and a couple of USB 3.0 ports.

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5

Rosewill Thor V2-W

 

The Thor V2 is a full-tower ATX case more specifically designed for gaming rigs. As such, this is an expansive case with 10 expansion slots that can fit 12.99-inch graphics cards.

The Thor V2 includes four fans, six external 5.25 drive bays and six internal 3.5 drive bays. There are also two USB 3.0, one e-SATA and two USB 2.0 ports at the top of the V2.

6

Thermaltake View 31

 

The Thermaltake View 31 mid-tower case is similar to the CULLINAN as it’s another one with a transparent tempered glass design. It also includes three 140 mm Riing RGB fans that add similar lighting effects to the case.

View 31 is compatible with ATX, Micro ATX and Mini ITX motherboards, and it incorporates up to 10 expansion slots and three 3.5 or 2.5 drive bays. The case also includes four USB and one HD audio input/output ports.

Those are a few cases that are currently discounted with which you can set up a new desktop. Remember that most of the Black Friday discounts probably won’t last much longer than November.

You will, of course, need additional hardware for your desktop case; and this page provides further details for Black Friday PC part discounts.

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Editor’s Note: This post was originally published in November 2018 and has been since updated for freshness, and accuracy.