Azza Pyramid 804 Tower Black, Gray, Transparent
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Construction-wise, this case is fully modular and made of aluminum and tempered glass. The feet are a bit narrow for a case this tall, which makes it feel a little unstable. It’s also incredibly heavy: the net weight is over 70 pounds (32kg). On top of that, the choice to make one of the display compartments the PSU sleeve feels odd as well. There is space for two 120mm case fans, which ship with the case, or two 120mm radiators, which isn’t a lot but should be adequate for most mini-ITX builds. In any case, the Level 20 is a perfectly functional case, but one that definitely isn’t going to be at the top of everyone’s list.
Form factor: Full Tower | Motherboard Support: E-ATX, ATX, Micro-ATX, mini-ITX | Dimensions: 337 x 628 x 763 mm | Weight: 45.5 lb / 20.6 kg | Radiator Support: Up to 480 mm | I/O Ports: USB 3.0 (2), USB 2.0 (1), USB Type-C (1), HD Audio (1) Furthermore, the case is a little under 40 pounds, so even if it had anything that might pass for a handle, it wouldn’t be very portable. For all the impressions of speed and movement it gives off, this one isn’t going anywhere. ATX Power supply inside its own isolated chamber,preventing its heat from affecting other components
Form factor: Full Tower | Motherboard Support: E-ATX, ATX, Micro-ATX, mini-ITX | Dimensions: 280 x 688 x 732 mm | Weight: 70.5 lb / 32 kg | Radiator Support: Up to 480 mm | I/O Ports: USB 3.0 (4), USB Type-C (1), HD Audio (1) Unfortunately, the case doesn’t offer too much customization. The open, mostly glass case looks fantastic with RGB but, unfortunately, doesn’t have any elements built-in. Besides that, it’s only available in white, which isn’t the usual default color, but we have to admit it looks good. The Core P90 is one of several open cases offered by Thermaltake. This one is minimalism defined, not consisting of much more than the chassis and two tempered glass panels to shield (and we use the term loosely) the internal components. However, when fully assembled with the right RGB setup, and it looks like the corner of a cyberpunk skyscraper.
T he entire build is centrally mounted behind a tempered glass panel, which makes this perhaps the ultimate build showcase. However, you can fold the sides down and turn your build into a test bench in a heartbeat. With its steel construction and carefully angled tempered glass panels on the front and sides, it’s easy to see why Thermaltake calls the AH T600 a “helicopter-inspired” case.
In terms of motherboard compatibility, this is a case primarily designed for mid-builds, meaning motherboards up to an ATX form factor. Mini-ITX and Micro-ATX are also an option but could make this unique case look a bit empty. You’ll need to be careful with larger GPUs, and a dual-GPU build is probably off the table.
Now here is a truly unique case. The Cooler Master MasterFrame 700 is an extremely versatile case that can hold a wide array of components. It is possibly the most minimalist of their cases, with an open design and hinged radiator mounts. Further, there are tempered glass panels covering three sides, and the frame supporting them is steel, but it’s still quite light, at a hair under 12 pounds (5.3kg). Form factor: Mini Tower | Motherboard Support: Mini-DTX, Mini-ITX | Dimensions: 265 x 414 x 230 mm | Weight: 11.8 lb / 5.3 kg | Radiator Support: Up to 120 mm | I/O Ports: USB 3.0 (2), HD Audio (1)
It’s a sleek, minimalistic machine with all the power of a traditional desktop computer and more. Above all, it utilizes the most unique PC case ever designed. However, some gaps in the upper frame can function as handles when repositioning or other short-term moving needs. Everything inside is also a bit more shielded than you’d see with other open design cases, but you’ll still be able to showcase your build with ease. If you’re at all familiar with Cooler Master, you’d probably guess that they weren’t going to rely on just the open construction to provide cooling. Each of the hinged wings has the mounting capacity for up to a 360mm radiator, and there’s further space for up to a 420mm radiator at the top of the case.