Top 10 Best Rated Mid Tower Cases 2021

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The best mid-tower cases are very vital for owners of personal computers, especially fellows who enjoy gaming. These cases are reliable and versatile, as they meet at any level, from high-end gaming PC build to systems with the best of graphics cards, these towers are designed to handle whatever you throw at them.

When selecting a case, there are certain factors that are important, but overall the best mid-tower cases are compatible with ATX motherboards, and factors like cable management solutions, ease of access to computer components and overall quality of the case.

Today, we bring you some of the best mid-tower cases on the market and why they will serve you well.

Best Mid Tower Case 2021

  1. NZXT H710i

This latest model of NZXT’s smart case wields a number of new features that help to modernize your build. This straightforward and very clean mid-tower from NZXT portrays convenience over everything. This case still has certain characteristics of its predecessor, but has a couple of sleek changes and is costlier.

The H710i has integrated RGB lighting around the tempered glass side panel and is controlled by the NZXT CAM software with a built-in LED lighting hub that allows easy manipulation of the RGB lighting and fan speeds.

Price: $169.99

Pros

  • CAM powered smart device
  • Has an integrated addressable LED lighting and also possesses vertical GPU mount

Cons

  • The HDD space is cramped up
  1. Cooler Master SL600M

This mid-tower case comes with anodized aluminum with a sand-blasted finish and has a sleek, elegant and futuristic look to it. The Cooler Master has a vertical chimney design that actually works.

The Cooler Master has the lowest GPU temperatures of mid-tower cases in the market, the case has all of the convenience you will want in a high end mid-tower case.

Price: $190.19

Pros

  • Displays excellent cooling characteristics with the GPU
  • Has decent noise reduction

Cons

  • It, unfortunately, does not come with a GPU riser cable
  1. Cooler Master H500M

Another case from Cooler Master, the 500M is the company’s latest model. Measuring 21.4 × 9.8 × 21.5 inches, this case is one of the largest on our list. Thanks to its size and internal layout, it supports a variety of components and is easy to build in.

The H500M has two massive 200mm RGB LED fans that do a great job at ensuring there is increased airflow outside the box. The case however lacks easily removable magnetic dust filters for the front fan.

Price: $219.99

Pros

  • Has good airflow with two 200mm RGB fans
  • Supports E-ATX

Cons

  • It is an expensive mid-tower case to consider
  • Does not come with magnetic dust filters
  1. Lian-Li PC-011 Dynamic

This case comes in handy when you want to save on floor space. It is a shorter alternative to the longer necked cases. This Razer-designed PC case has a tempered glass design and makes installing components in it relatively easy. The insides can easily be accessed by removing the top and both sides of the chassis.

Price: $134.99

Pros

  • It has plenty of headroom for upgrades
  • Comes with Synapse 3-compatible RGB lighting

Cons

  • The instructions are not properly written and explained
  1. Snowblind Elements

This case from Ibuypower comes with a 1024 × 1280 LED screen, this screen functions just like a monitor and lets you to add wallpapers, change the background and run apps at a skewed aspect ratio.

This case uses a raised slat to rout cables to the back of the case, its fan mounts are not particularly remarkable and this adversely affects the airflow inside of the case.

Price: $199.99

Pros

  • The cable management is solid
  • Uniquely designed mid-tower case

Cons

  • Unremarkable fan support system
  • Expensive
  1. Corsair Obsidian 500D RGB SE

This case, which is an intelligent hybrid of brushed aluminum and smoked tempered glass gives the case a good look. It supports liquid cooling, as it has loads of space inside to mount the liquid kit and also boasts a lot of cable management options.

Its fans come with a fan controller that houses three pre-installed RGB fans. It has a wonderful looking chassis and is very functional

Price: $279.98

Pros

  • Good looking cover
  • Supports liquid cooling

Cons

  • Very expensive
  1. NZXT H200i-Mini-ITX

This mid-tower case is a well-designed case that also does not ignore good functionality. It has SSD mounts, a PSU shroud, fan controller and a tempered glass side panel. The case has solid radiator and fan mounting capabilities.

It possesses two 120 mm fans that are pre-installed to give you ample airflow out of the box.

Price: $109.99

Pros

  • Good fan support system
  • Aesthetically pleasing and functional design
  • Reasonable pricing
  • Has RGB lighting and fan control

Cons

  • The case may be slightly noisy at full fan speed
  • It has no front panel USB-C ports
  1. NZXT H510i Elite

This mid-tower case has the classy design that we have all grown used to from NZXT and has awesome features to go with it. The case has a good fan support system ensuring proper airflow, yet still maintains quietness during operation. This case is perfect for builders, both veterans and beginners.

Price: $149.99

Pros

  • Solid fan support system
  • Impressive cable management
  • Good aesthetics

Cons

  • Does not have a USB 2.0 on the front panel
  1. be quiet! Silent Base 601

This cheekily named computer case is not perfect, but has a great design, shows quality craftsmanship and has great features that make it an interesting option. It lacks a tempered glass and RGB lighting.

Like the name implies, it is mostly very quiet during use, has enough room for large components and has excellent dust filtering capabilities.

Price: $139.90

Pros

  • Very quiet when idle
  • Good dust filtration mechanism
  • Can easily accommodate large system components

Cons

  • Does not have a type-C USB port
  • Performs poorly when the thermal load on it is increased
  1. Cooler Master Silencio S400

This case is one of the few that offers sound damping sheets, front panel door with reversible swing and somehow is still reasonably priced. The Silencio has reduced noise that gives it a better performance balance, but has an average temperature that is higher than average.

Price: $108.54

Pros

  • Awesome sleek design
  • Solid build quality
  • Has a reversible front door
  • Possesses a 5.25-inch ODD slot

Cons

  • The thermal performance can be better
  • The front radiator support needs hard drive rack removal

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