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Last updated on September 14th, 2020 at 09:04 am

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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Cooler Master MasterBox NR200P – Mini-ITX Done Right!

Cooler Master claims their MasterBox NR200P  delivers 'Unlimited Options' which is not quite correct, but neither is it far off the mark as this impressive Mini-ITX case packs in most of the features you associate with a regular ATX tower. You can install a number of storage drives, a 240mm or 280mm radiator and a triple slot graphics card in either the horizontal or vertical position. You may think we're building up to hit you with a high price but no, NR200P is also pretty darn cheap.

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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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Phanteks Enthoo Pro II

Priced at around £125, the Phanteks Enthoo Pro II represents astonishing value for money. The number of possibilities with this case reaches far beyond what some would call normal for a budget full tower chassis. Granted, not everyone wants a large case of this type, however for those that do, there isn’t much at all to complain about with the Enthoo Pro II, which makes it a must-have for anyone in the market for a well built feature-rich full tower chassis.

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NZXT H1 is a Mini-ITX chassis that comes complete with a 140mm All In One cooler and 650W SFX-L power supply. All that included hardware makes the price fairly steep at £299.99, however you have very few decisions to make about the components and the build time is very short. We were impressed that would could build a tiny PC using Ryzen 9 3900X and RTX 2080 Super yet it looked neat and tidy and had good cooling performance.

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