Computer Cases

The computer case serves mainly as a way to physically mount and contain all of the actual components inside of a computer, like the motherboard, hard drive, optical drive, floppy disk drive, etc. Cases are usually constructed from steel (often SECC—steel, electrogalvanized, cold-rolled, coil), aluminium and plastic. Other materials such as glass, wood, acrylic and even Lego bricks have appeared in home-built cases. The desktop computer case protects internal components from electrical interference, physical damage, and intrusive foreign objects. Systems cases provide an aesthetically pleasing appearance, generate organized internal structure, keep components separated, and help to cool systems by enabling better air circulation. These external computer case shells generate space for expansion slots, warning lights, graphics cards, RAM, and other server applications. Below are some of the Best Performing Computer cases available on the market, Start your RIG today!

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