If you want to build your own PC, you’ll need a proper case for it. Many users go for the full tower case since it offers the most space for your components.
Speaking of cases, today we’re going to show you the best full tower cases with tempered glass for your future PC.
Note: Deals are subject to change. Keep in mind that the price tag often varies. We recommend going on the vendor’s website to check the price. Some of the products may be out of stock by the time you’ve made your purchasing decision. So, hurry up and hit the buy button.
What are the best deals on full tower cases with tempered glass?
- 4-sided tempered glass
- 3 RGB led fans
- Vertical GPU
- Some parts might not line up perfectly and make the case close with more difficulty
The best part of this thermal case is the three RGB LED fans that provide enough airflow to the interior of the case.
With the preinstalled Vertical GPU mount and 3-Way Radiator support, plus a riser cable and GPU support bracket to release the weight on the motherboard.
The 5mm-thick tempered glass that is applied on 4 sides (top, front, left, and right) offers this case a classy, futuristic look.
- Made from SPCC
- 4mm tempered glass
- 4 preinstalled fans
- Some users had issues while installing certain components
This case comes with a 4mm thick tempered glass side panel that allows you a great view of all of your components. The case brings 4 preinstalled fans that will ensure hardware components remain cool at all times.
There are two 5.25-inch bays and 8 hidden 3.5 or 2.5-inch bays, so you should have enough space for all your storage drives. The front panel has two USB 3.0 and USB 2.0 ports as well as HD audio port.
- Modular design
- 120mm RGB fan
- Two USB 3.0 ports + one USB 2.0 port
- No space for a DVD drive
Raidmax Magnus Z23 comes with a brushed aluminum finish and 4mm dual tinted tempered glass panels. The case has 10 slots with a vertical VGA layout, and thanks to the modular design you can easily remove HDD or water-cooling tank bracket.
The case has a built-in 120mm RGB fan and two bays for 2.5 and 3.5-inch drives. Regarding the ports, there are two USB 3.0 ports, two audio ports, and a single USB 2.0 port.
- Relocatable motherboard tray
- 4x140mm fans, and can support an additional 4
- Modular HDD slots can support up to 5 HDDs, 10 SSDs, and 2 optical drives
- Minor issues while installing the power supply
This case has a tinted, tempered glass panel with LED strips and a relocatable motherboard tray that you can remove and use as a test bench. Regarding the cooling, there are four 140mm fans built-in.
Speaking of fans, this case can support up to 8 fans, which makes it perfect for overclocking. The case has modular HDD slots, and it can support up to 5 HDDs, ten SSDs, and two optical drives.
- Supports up to 285mm VGA and up to 160mm CPU coolers
- Fits E-ATX / ATX / Micro ATX / mini ITX motherboard
- Two built-in fans
- Metal case might seem a bit cheap
darkFlash BF5 case comes with a tempered glass side panel, but it also has front mesh and acrylic panel. The case supports all motherboard sizes and it comes with cable management holes.
The case supports up to 285mm graphics cards and up to 160mm CPU coolers. Regarding the cooling, there are two 200mm RGB fans pre-installed. There are also two SSD bays and an HDD bay available.
So these are our top picks for PC cases with tempered glass design. If you’re building a new PC, be sure to consider one of these models.
If you know a similar model that we didn’t include, drop us a line in the comments section.
FAQ: Learn more about PC cases
- Does it matter what PC case I get?
Yes, it matters, because the quality of the case (the materials it’s made of) can make all the difference. These are some of the best ones available right now.
- Which PC case has the best airflow?
See these six airflow cases which also have an innovative design. For sure you’ll find one that appeals to you!
- Are full tower cases worth it?
Full tower cases are usually bigger and provide mode room for components, especially cooling fans.Editor's Note: This article was originally published in November 2019 and was revamped and updated in November 2020 for freshness, accuracy, and comprehensiveness.