From Gaming PC cases, to small and silent office suitable Computer cases, Novatech stocks an extensive range of cases to suit everyones tastes. If you fancy a gaming rig with plenty of space for expansion, or room for a water pump or two with some neon lighting, then we have brand leaders such as BeQuiet, Coolermaster and NZXT.
We also have a huge range of PC Case accessories which includes Card readers, PC case lighting, fans and more for you to be able to customise your PC Case to make it as unique as you want.
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There are many types of computer Case, but a Tower is the most common. What differs Towers on the consumer market is their size; you can get Full Tower, Mid Tower, Mini Tower, and Small Form Factor Tower’s, all with their own defining uses and distinctions.
Let’s start with the big boys; Full Towers, the largest available PC cases. Their heights vary around 56 cm (22 inches), with a width and depth that varies depending on the brand and producer. Full Towers are for those that need a large number of Hard Drives (between 6 – 10), and you’ll find no problem fitting any type of motherboard that you desire within it, from ATX to a mini ATX.
A Full Tower case is the best fit for those looking to fit a lot of hardware into their PC, giving you plenty of room for excess cables that might otherwise be squashed in your PC with demanding cable management, which also means Full Towers are a great choice for gamer’s that need to fit in their shiny new motherboard or array of full-sized graphics cards.
However, as well as being a benefit, the large interior space can also be negative; if you need to move the PC case around, its insides are likely to slide around, which could be dangerous.
Remember, although many takes for granted the choice of their PC cases size, it’s a decision that can affect your PC build and any future hardware purchases that you may wish for in the future – including adding a beefy liquid cooling system to your machine!
There are many different types and sizes of PC Cases including Full Tower Cases, Mid Tower Cases, Mini ITX Cases, Mini Tower Cases and also Rackmount Cases. If you're upgrading your current PC Case make sure you choose the correct size, a normal size motherboard won't fit into a Mini ITX Case no matter how cute it looks.
If you want enough room to eventually upgrade make sure you keep this in mind when selecting your case, you don't want to get a case which only has 2 or 3 internal drive bays as you'll struggle to conventionally fit in more than 3 hard drives and therefore not being able to have any extra storage. Keep an eye on the PC Case dimensions too if you're looking to make a monster Gaming rig, you'll want some extra space for anything such as any Open Loop Watercooling additions.