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Last updated on February 23rd, 2024 at 02:46 pm

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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Lian Li O11 Vision

It's easy to see that the Lian Li O11 Vision has been developed and built for enthusiasts by the enthusiast community. The three sides of the glass mean that no matter which angle you look at the case from, you can see the creation you have put together. The adjustable motherboard tray provides versatility to the system builder, whether you are using an AIO, air cooler or custom cooling the case can adapt to either situation.

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be quiet! Dark Base Pro 901

The Dark Base Pro 901 includes some pretty cool features like Qi Wireless charging and state of the art touch-sensitive controls for fan speed adjustment and ARGB lighting effects. The included VGA support bracket, that also doubles up as a shroud for concealing PCIe cables, works perfectly and the modularity of panels means that the case is easy to disassemble to improve access during system installation and switch between high airflow or low noise configurations.

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Endorfy ARX 500 ARGB

Building a system with the case is a joy, the interior is very spacious, it supports a good range of hardware, large radiators and very tall air coolers so cooling options are great even if it is a compact ATX chassis. During the build phase, I didn’t run into any compatibility or alignment issues with the hardware which is impressive as its a high-end hardware specification.

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Our first impression of the NZXT H6 Flow RGB was 'OK, well that's interesting,' but as we dug deeper we became more impressed by the design of this case and merely considered the angled front corner to be the final styling flourish. NZXT has managed to deliver a case that obviously has a large area of tempered glass, however it also packs in a lot of mesh for air flow, and that is an intriguing combination.

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Lian Li Lancool III

We took a look at the Lian Li Lancool II when we reviewed the Cyberpower Ultra 7 RTX Gaming PC back in 2020, and that whetted our appetite for a review of the new Lian Li Lancool III which brings a number of significant updates to the party. With four 140mm fans and acres of mesh it may indeed provide enough cooling for the imminent RTX 4090.

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