In today’s guide, we take a look at a handful of the top cube-style computer cases. We’ve rated seven of the best cube PC cases and provided a rundown of what makes each of them a worthy option.
While not as popular as mini-ITX cases, or PSU shrouds, or tempered glass side panels, the cube-style computer case has carved out its own fan club among PC builders. Of course, a cube-shaped case can also be a mini-ITX case, or can have a PSU shroud, or can come with tempered glass panels.
Really, of the cube cases that are out there, there is a pretty wide range of the types of features they can offer. There are cube cases that can accommodate E-ATX motherboards, come in smaller form-factors, are perfect options for liquid cooling, and so on.
So, if you’re in the market for cube-style PC case, in this guide we’ll give you a list of some of the best options.
Below, we’ve picked four of the top cube cases currently on the market. We’ve selected our favorite all-around cube-style case (with price considered), the cube case that we think has the coolest design, the best value option, and the best ultra-budget option. We’ve also included a few honorable mentions further down in this post as well.
Corsair Carbide Air 540
anidees AI Crystal
Thermaltake Core V21
Thermaltake Core V1
*Click the “Read Review »” button to jump to the overview of the case. You can also keep scrolling down to see our Honorable Mentions.
Is a Cube Style Computer Case for You?
While cube-style cases often come in more compact designs, they still are able to offer the main features that you’ll need in order to build a high-end system (they’ll work for budget-friendly gaming PCs as well). They can accommodate full-size graphics cards and air coolers, have a good range of options for airflow and liquid cooling and can look pretty cool, too.
In the end, cube-style PC cases won’t be for everyone, but if you are someone who likes the boxy-type of design, then the options listed above are probably right up your alley.