The 7 Best White PC Cases for Your New Build

White PC CaseIf you’re looking to put together a white-themed PC build, in this guide, we’ve rated and compared seven of the top white PC cases currently available.

While there is a nearly unlimited supply of black PC cases on the market, there aren’t quite as many white PC cases out there. However, if you are looking for a white PC case so that you can put together a white-themed gaming setup, you do have a few options.

In this guide, we’ve rated and reviewed seven top white PC cases across a few different categories. So, whether you’re looking for a high-end white PC case, a small form-factor white case, or a budget-friendly white PC case, there’s likely an option listed below that will suit your needs.

A Quick Look at the Top White PC Cases

For a quick look at our top picks for the best white PC cases, check out the table below. We’ve made selections for our top pick overall, our favorite value case, a small form-factor cube-style case, and a cheap white PC case option as well.

NAME SPECS RATING
TOP PICK
EVGA DG-77 White

EVGA DG-77

  • 15.4″ GPU
  • 5.9″ Cooler
  • Mid Tower
  • Windowed
8.9/10

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VALUE
NZXT H500 White

NZXT H500

  • 15.0″ GPU
  • 6.5″ Cooler
  • Mid Tower
  • Windowed
8.8/10

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CUBE
CORSAIR CRYSTAL 280X White

CORSAIR Crystal 280X

  • 11.8″ GPU
  • 5.9″ Cooler
  • Micro-ATX
  • Windowed
8.8/10

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BUDGET
Thermaltake Core V1 White

Thermaltake Core V1

  • 11.2″ GPU
  • 5.5″ Cooler
  • Mini-ITX
  • No Window
8.2/10

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*For more information on the cases listed above, click the “Read Review »” button to skip down to that case’s overview. You can also see our Honorable Mention picks by scrolling further down.

Our Top Pick:
EVGA DG-77

EVGA DG-77 White
  • GPU Length: 15.4″
  • Cooler Height: 5.9″
  • Mid Tower
  • Windowed

Our Rating: 8.9/10

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The EVGA DG-77 isn’t the biggest or roomiest case on this list, but it is definitely one of the whitest. While all of the cases on this list have a white exterior, a lot of them do not have a white interior. The EVGA DG-77, however, does have an all-white interior.

The DG-77 does come with a few black case fans pre-installed, but you can always swap those out for white case fans if you want to go with a full white out look.

As for features and specs, the DG-77 is a mid tower case that comes with a tempered glass side panel and a full length PSU shroud. It can accommodate graphics cards up to 15.4-inches long and CPU coolers up to 5.9-inches tall.

And, if you’re looking to cool your CPU with an AIO cooler or a custom liquid cooling setup, the DG-77 can also hold radiators up to 360mm long. So, you shouldn’t be limited to what kind of AIO you can put into this case.

Overall, the DG-77 is our top pick for the best white PC case thanks to its all-white color scheme and its sleek minimalist design. At a little over ~$120, though, it isn’t the cheapest case on this list. If you’re looking for a more budget-friendly option, you might want to check out some of the options listed below.

Our Value Pick:
NZXT H500

NZXT H500 White
  • GPU Length: 15.0″
  • Cooler Height: 6.5″
  • Mid Tower
  • Windowed

Our Rating: 8.8/10

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Like the EVGA DG-77, the NZXT H500 has a simple—yet sleek—design. However, unlike the DG-77, the H500 doesn’t have an all-white design. While the front panel, right-hand panel, and the bottom portion of the left panel on the H500 are all white, the interior is black and so is the back panel of the case as well.

Of course, this is fine if you don’t mind the contrast. But, if you were looking for an all-white case, this might not be the best option for you.

As for specs, though, the H500 is a mid tower case that can hold video cards that are up to 15.4-inches long and CPU coolers that are up to 5.9-inches tall. It also comes with a tempered glass side panel and it can hold up to a 280mm radiator on the front of the case and a 120mm radiator in the rear fan position, too.

The H500 comes in two different styles. There’s the H500i, which comes in at about ~$100, and the H500. The difference between the two is that the H500i comes with RGB lighting and fan control, whereas the H500 does not.

Ultimately, if you’re looking for a white PC case and you don’t mind it having a black interior, the NZXT H500 is a fairly affordable option that will allow you to build a powerful gaming PC inside of.

White Cube-Style Case:
CORSAIR Crystal 280X

CORSAIR CRYSTAL 280X White
  • Max GPU Length: 11.8″
  • Max Cooler Height: 5.9″
  • Micro-ATX
  • Windowed

Our Rating: 8.8/10

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If you’re looking for a smaller case and/or a cube case, the Corsair Crystal 280X is worth considering. The Corsair Crystal 280X is a compact micro-ATX case and it is available in an all-white color scheme (you can also get it in black or silver, too.)

The 280X can hold graphics cards that are up to 11.8-inches in length and CPU coolers that are up to 5.9-inches in height. So, it is quite a bit smaller than the two options listed above. But, seeing as how you can get some of today’s best GPUs on cards that come in at under ~12-inches, you shouldn’t be too limited in what kind of system you can build in this case.

There are two different versions of the Crystal 280X. There’s an RGB version and a non-RGB version. The RGB version of the case comes with two RGB fans and an RGB lighting controller and the non-RGB version doesn’t. However, the RGB version of the 280X comes in at ~$60 more expensive than the non-RGB version of the case.

So, even if you do want to put RGB fans in the 280X, you’d probably be better off choosing the non-RGB version and then purchasing RGB fans separately.

The Corsair Crystal 280X won’t be an option that wins everyone over, but with its compact design and its multiple tempered glass panels, there are bound to be some users out there who would love to use this case in their upcoming build.

Budget White PC Case:
Thermaltake Core V1

Thermaltake Core V1 White
  • Max GPU Length: 11.2″
  • Max Cooler Height: 5.5″
  • Mini-ITX
  • No Window

Our Rating: 8.2/10

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Another compact cube-style case that you might want to check out if you’re looking for an ultra budget-friendly option is the Thermaltake Core V1. The Core V1 comes in at a few bucks under ~$50, so it will work perfect for a budget gaming PC.

Although, as it is a mini-ITX case, you will need to pair it with a mini-ITX motherboard. It cannot house a micro-ATX or standard ATX motherboard.

Despite its compact nature, the Core V1 should still be able to house a fairly powerful system. It can hold video cards that are up to 11.2-inches long and CPU coolers that are up to 5.5-inches tall. Those clearances should be enough to allow you to fit at least a mid-range video card and cooler in it as there are plenty of low-profile CPU coolers and mini graphics cards that will fit just fine in this case.

And, if you want to go with a small AIO cooler, you can also fit a 120mm radiator inside of the Core V1 as well.

Another thing to note is that the Thermaltake Core V1 is one of only a few options on this list that offers both an all-white exterior and an all-white interior. However, the case doesn’t have a side window, so you won’t be able to show-off the white interior.

The bottom line, though, is that the Thermaltake Core V1 is the perfect option for budget gamers who want a white PC case that comes in a smaller form-factor. For another cheap white PC case option that comes in a standard form-factor, check out the Fractal Design Focus in the Honorable Mentions section.

Honorable Mention #1:
Cooler Master MasterCase H500P

Cooler Master MasterCase H500P White
  • Max GPU Length: 16.2″
  • Max Cooler Height: 7.5″
  • Mid Tower
  • Windowed

Our Rating: 8.9/10

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I actually use the original H500P in my main build and, for the most part, it is a solid case. However, my H500P doesn’t offer ideal thermals as it came with an acrylic front panel that restricts air flow coming in. Fortunately, the revised H500P comes with a mesh front panel and that has helped it solve its low air flow problem.

And, the H500P is now available in white and it comes with an all-white interior, too.

The H500P is also the roomiest case on this list. It can hold video cards up to 16.2-inches long and CPU coolers up to 7.5-inches tall. You can also put a 360mm radiator on the top panel, so you can fit a robust liquid cooling setup in the H500P, too.

The downside of the H500P, though, is the price it comes in at. At just under ~$155, the H500P is the most expensive option on this list. Of course, if you have the budget and you could utilize the extra space it comes with, then it is a worthy option.

However, with options like the EVGA DG-77 and the NZXT H500, you could save some money without losing the ability to build a high-end system.

Honorable Mention #2:
Phanteks P400S

Phanteks P400S White
  • Max GPU Length: 15.2″
  • Max Cooler Height: 6.3″
  • Mid Tower
  • Windowed

Our Rating: 8.8/10

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If you’re not quite into the NZXT H500, one similarly-priced alternative is the Phanteks P400S. Like the H500, the P400S is a mid tower case white a white exterior and a black interior.

The P400S also has enough room inside of it to house a high-end build. It can hold video cards that are up to 15.2-inches long and CPU coolers that are up to 6.3-inches tall. And, if you want to go with a liquid cooling setup, you can fit a 360mm radiator on the front of the case, a 280mm radiator on the top of the case, and a 120mm on the rear fan position.

The H500 also comes with a full-length tempered glass side panel and RGB lighting on the front panel.

Overall, the P400S will offer a similar experience to the H500. It does cost ~$10 more at the moment, but if you prefer the P400S’ design over the H500’s, I don’t think anyone would blame you.

Honorable Mention #3:
Fractal Design Focus

Fractal Design Focus White
  • Max GPU Length: 15.0″
  • Max Cooler Height: 6.5″
  • Mid Tower
  • Windowed

Our Rating: 8.2/10

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If you are looking for a cheap white PC case, but you don’t want a mini-ITX case like the Thermaltake Core V1 listed above, then you might want to take a look at the Fractal Design Focus. It comes in at just a little under ~$50. And, it is a mid tower case, so you can fit a standard ATX motherboard inside of it.

The case can also hold video cards that are up to 15.0-inches long and CPU coolers that are up to 6.5-inches tall.

The Focus also comes with a transparent side panel but it doesn’t come with a PSU shroud. So, you need to make sure your cable management is on-point in this system. And, you might want to consider a modular power supply to pair with this build as the bulky leftover cables on a non-modular power supply will stick out like sore thumb in this build.

Ultimately, the Fractal Design Focus is a nice affordable option for anyone that is looking for a white mid tower case. It isn’t perfect, but, then again, neither are most budget PC cases under $50.

Which White PC Case is Right for Your Build?

If you’re looking to build an all-white gaming setup, or you just want a white PC case, there are a handful of options available to you on the market. In this guide, we’ve taken a look at seven different white PC cases and rated and compared them to help you find the best option for your needs. So, whether you’re looking for a high-end option or a budget-friendly option, there should be a white PC case listed above that will work for you.

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