Phanteks P400S

Tempered glass is all the rage these days for PC cases. Not only does it add some premium style, it's also much more durable and scratch resistant than acrylic panels and won't attract nearly as much dust.

The drawback is that it usually costs more, and the more glass you have the higher the asking price. But that's not to say there aren't plenty of great options out there, whatever your budget.

So, if you're in the market for a great tempered glass case, check out this little lot.

Phanteks P400S


The P400S by Phanteks is a stunning case, priced at around $85 — depending on what color variation you opt for.

The case itself is a mid-tower, sporting ample room for even the largest of GPUs and has a bunch of handy features that make for a gorgeous yet functional PC build.

It comes with two 120mm fans and supports up to a 360mm radiator, as well as full-sized power supplies, and has soundproofing included for a quieter build.

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Thermaltake Core P5

Core P5

Thermaltake is the company behind the awesome Core series of full ATX cases. The P5 is the larger sibling of the P3 that allows for full water-cooling solutions to be installed with ease.

What makes this case extra interesting is how all components are on show thanks to no side or top panels. It can be left completely open or with the 5mm thick tempered glass kit, you can seal it a little.

The Core P5 is extremely versatile. It's a modular PC case, and it can be stood, laid down or even mounted on a wall. It's around $220 for the version with tempered glass, but it's impossible to find another case that looks quite like this.

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Corsair Crystal Series 570X RGB

Corsair 570X

If you're spending money on a tempered glass PC case, you want it to look impressive. The Corsair 570X is just that, with a tempered glass front, top and sides and RGB lighting with an integrated controller for that extra wow factor.

Tech wise, the 570X is a mid-tower with stacks of space to play with. It supports up to six 120mm fans, while supporting 240mm, 280mm and 360mm radiators.

Cable management in a case that's glass all over is important, and Corsair has included a number of dedicated cable channels with velcro ties and mounting points, to make sure your cable game is firmly on point.

At around $170 it's also pretty good value considering the amount of tempered glass you're getting.

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Cooler Master Masterbox Lite 3.1 TG

Masterbox 3.1 TG

Tempered glass cases don't have to be expensive, as the Masterbox Lite 3.1 from Cooler Master proves. For around $40 you get a micro ATX case with a single tempered glass side. But at this price, that alone is pretty astounding.

The Masterbox Lite 3.1 has three different colored trims and supports up to two 120mm fans at the front, or a 240mm radiator, and it's also spacious enough to support up to 380mm graphics cards. Which basically covers every card on the market.

Behind the motherboard tray there are mounting points for cable management, and while you don't get as many channels to play with as on a more expensive case, it's still fairly easy to keep things neat and tidy.

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Phanteks P350X

Phanteks P350X

The P350X recently went on sale after being unveiled by Phanteks earlier in 2018 and it's yet another brilliant and affordable mid-tower case. Despite being small, there's plenty of space for an ATX build, with hidden drive cages in the base and at the back of the motherboard tray.

The P350X features a tempered glass side panel joined by an RGB strip running along its base, along with two further RGB strips on the front. Each side of the front panel is covered in mesh so you're getting solid airflow, and it supports dual 120mm or 140mm fans in the front or a 280mm radiator.

Part of keeping this case to a tight budget is in the detail. The power supply shroud is a single, non-removable piece built into the chassis, which in turn also reduces the size of the tempered glass side panel. Your power supply remains hidden, all your awesomeness remains on show, and your wallet stays a little fuller. At less than $100, this case is a steal.

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Updated June 9, 2018: The new Phanteks P350X joins our list of top tempered glass PC cases.

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