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The Corsair 5000D Airflow is the first full-tower chassis from the brand with their new signature look, and the yellow color accents we first saw in the 4000D. As the name and form factor imply, the 5000D Airflow is both taller and deeper, but still follows the same clean and beautiful design language while offering more space and cooling possibilities.
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With the Divider series, Thermaltake is introducing a new line of cases featuring clean glass panels, plenty of cooling, and an internal layout that goes beyond what the mass market provides, while utilizing solid glass and sturdy steel. The Divider 300 is the first of the series, with more sizes being introduced in the near future.
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The Irid 353 ARGB sports three 120 mm fans and a fully fledged ARGB controller right out of the box, along with a useful fan hub. It even incorporates a glass front and side panel, which has the Irid 353 ARGB stand out from among a plethora of affordable mATX choices.
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The Antec P10 Flux brings Antec's signature five-fan setup to the P-Series: You get the clean, minimalistic look with the sound dampening and fan control while staying clear of ARGB lighting. This makes the Antec P10 Flux a unique and surprisingly useful option for workstations and professional users.
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The Genesis Irid 503 is a fully equipped mATX enclosure with four ARGB fans and a sizeable controller included out of the box. On top of that, it features a sturdy glass side panel, all while pushing the envelope when it comes to pricing, it's sold for just $75.
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Things have been quiet around the Nanoxia brand for a while, but with their latest chassis, the Deep Silence 8 Pro, they are back, looking to offer a modern case with an emphasis on silence and functionality while sticking to an attractive price point.
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The Enermax MarbleShell MS30 is a compact chassis sporting a unique front, four fans, a universal ARGB controller, and a well-rounded set of I/O. Because of good pricing, the case is an interesting choice for budget builds that stand out a little by showing off the hardware.
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The Thermaltake S100 TG is the mATX version of the S300, with both being part of an all-steel family of enclosures. The S100 TG sports a magnetic swing-open glass side panel and the same solid metal cover design as its bigger sibling, while clocking in at a lower sub-$65 price point.
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Over the past couple of years, the Lian Li O11 Dynamic has become their hero product, and while smaller, the Mini seeks to keep everything that impressed us about the original without compromising on functionality. With clean looks and two large glass panels, the Lian Li O11 Dynamic Mini seems to pull it off nicely at first glance!
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The be quiet! Silent Base 802 is the successor to the 801 that will be phased out soon. As such, it features a similar core, but updated external design and functionality, as well as I/O. On top of that, you may choose between variants with a solid or windowed side panel.
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Seasonic has been pretty bold by offering their Seasonic Connect 750W PSU with its unique distribution system in the recent past. With the Q7 series case, they go a step further and offer a case that allows for the seamless integration of their Seasonic Connect, all while focusing on quality at the same time.
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With the Meshify 2, Fractal Design is refreshing the series with all the elements we have seen and loved in the Define 7. That said, they naturally kept the mesh front design to maximize airflow for great temperatures. At $139 with three fans included, pricing is very reasonable, too.
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The Montech Sky One ARGB sports a fine metal mesh cover with 1 mm holes, which is something we have not seen from many other brands out there. On top of that, with its ARGB elements and built-in controller, the Sky One ARGB could make for an interesting alternative to the more established brands out there.
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The AH T200 from Thermaltake is essentially a smaller T600 wrapped around an mATX chassis. Smaller in size, the AH T200 is a lot more manageable while offering all the cool Apache attack helicopter details of its bigger brother.
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The SilverStone Sugo 14 is not just another rehashed SFF cube. It has been designed to offer the best of all worlds when it comes to an ITX chassis. The Sugo 14 has amazing hardware support. You may install a long triple-slot graphics card, a large tower cooler, an ATX PSU, and 240 mm radiator.
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The Dan A4-SFX V4.1 is the smallest ITX chassis with full GPU support that we've ever reviewed. It also manages to walk that incredibly difficult line between the smallest dimensions and uncompromising SFF component support alongside full-length GPU capability. On top of that, it also performs extremely well with even big-boy hardware.
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The Silverstone LD03-AF improves upon the original LD03 with better airflow for potent GPUs and updated I/O while retaining the same excellent use of space for large air coolers and the ability to utilize liquid AIOs.
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The Thermaltake Level 20 RS takes some design cues from the Level series but is an ARGB-equipped, liquid-cooling-capable enthusiast offering at its core. With two glass side panels, you are meant to show off your hardware–ideally with lots of colorful lighting sources and clean cable management.
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The Corsair 4000D Airflow aims to combine excellent ventilation capabilities with a detailed, yet understated design and solid material mix. Available with or without RGB lighting elements, it caters to the vast majority of customers in the $80-$100 range.
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The Thermaltake S300 TG is slightly smaller and simpler than the S500 TG, but just as solid, and is noticeably more affordable. This could make it an interesting option for those on a tighter budget, or users who simply don't need all the bells and whistles in the larger S500 TG.
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The Antec DF600 Flux clocks in at just $70, but comes with all the bells and whistles we are used to at the $100 price point. Five fans, a clean window, Velcro strips, plenty of space for cooling and storage, RGB controller, and fan hub—the DF600 Flux looks to be breaking new ground in terms of value for your money.
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Sharkoon aims to eliminate plastic altogether with the Sharkoon Pure Steel chassis, a solid enclosure with a unique layout at a price that essentially makes it a no brainer in both its basic and ARGB variant.
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The Sharkoon TG6 RGB costs less than many ATX cases with four LED fans. It leaves a good impression thanks to its solid material mix and sensible implementation. While the brown-tinted front glass panel may be a bold move, the uniquely designed LED elements of the fans really make it stand out nicely.
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The Montech Air X comes with two 200 mm intake fans in the front, up from the three 120 mm units in the Air 900 model. With its cool looks and clean window coupled with the solid frame, the Air X is surprisingly affordable to boot.
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The Phanteks Enthoo Pro II takes the frame of the Enthoo 719 but has a simpler shell for a much more affordable price point. However, the Pro II still has an ace up its sleeve even so: a fabric mesh at the front allows for high airflow, which could be quite enticing to the dual-system fans out there.
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