I’ve recently discussed some of the powerful parts you might want to use in building a computer for Windows 11. Now we’ll look at a case to house all of those parts. Yes, there will be an Amazon link that earns me a tiny commission if you use it to buy something. I’d be thrilled if they wanted to send me a free one, but that didn’t happen. Below are the parts I’ve specified for the new computer so far.
- Intel Core i9-10900KF CPU Good Start For Windows 11 Computer
- Asus ROG Strix Z590-E LGA 1200 Motherboard Delivers Power
- Give Windows 11 Lots of RAM With Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro 32GB
- Power Your Graphics With ASUS NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3070 Ti
A case is the most visible part of a computer though there are only so many ways to make a black box look good. The Phanteks Enthoo Pro 2 Full Tower Case looks good while helping the computer run better and cooler. This version of the case includes a large tempered glass window so that you can see what’s inside the computer. Does this help performance? Not at all. But it looks cool.
Other surfaces of the case are made with a highly breathable nylon fabric mesh. This allows air to flow easily and there are plenty of fans to keep the air moving. If you want water cooling, the case is ready for it.
At the top front of the case is a small compartment with USB ports and a headphone jack. These are extra as most connections are on the back of the computer via the motherboard. But having a few of them easily accessible is great for flash drives or charging devices.
Overall this case will serve you very well while keeping the components inside cool. I’ve used the same case for the last 3-4 computer builds and I’ll keep this one in mind when I’m ready for my next build.