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KITGURU SHORTLISTS: THE BEST CASE OF 2019

Every enthusiast’s requirements are different. Some might be space limited, others will want as much air-flow as possible and some of you love the sound of silence. Here is a shortlist of the best chassis in the market right now – as determined by KitGuru Labs’ testing. Our current choice for ‘BEST OF…’ is at the top, but all 5 should be considered.

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Phanteks Evolv X – Best of the Best

The Evolv X really has it all - there's endless space for custom watercooling or storage drives, while you can even use it to house dual-systems if you want. Cable management is also excellent, and you don't lose out on good airflow either. It really is the best of the best.

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ASUS TUF Gaming GT501

With space for up to EATX motherboards, plenty of cooling and features like a tempered glass window and RGB fans, it seems to tick plenty of boxes. The industrial style, protective coating and strong carry handles all give this case its TUF name and make it stand out from the crowd. But do the features on offer make it worth the £145 asking price? 

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Cooler Master MasterCase SL600M

Cooler Master opts for something very different with its design of the SL600M - by going with vertical airflow. That's not a criticism, though, as it actually works really well thanks to the dual 200mm fans, while it is also very quiet in operation - making this a very appealing chassis.

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Fractal Design Define S2

Fractal Design's S-series has long been regarded as an excellent choice for custom watercooling enthusiasts, and the Define S2 proves that is still the case. There's also added extras like USB 3.1 Gen. 2 Type C on the I/O panel, and an included Nexus+ PWM Smart Hub which make this a very well-rounded option.

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SilverStone Precision PS15

It may only cost £40, but SilverStone's Precision PS15 is a great case regardless. It has a fully mesh front panel which makes for excellent airflow, while it also sports a tinted tempered glass side panel and a dust filter on the top panel. It is pretty compact, but if you're looking for mATX on a budget - look no further.

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