A Beginner's Guide to Building a PC for $500

Case

Deepcool Tesseract SW ATX Mid Tower Case

Price: $29.99 at NewEgg

A case holds all of the parts that are in a computer. They are completely subjective and come in a range of different sizes and colors, with various features. Honestly, if you find a case you like that is compatible with all of your parts, go ahead and jump on it.

The case I have recommended here is the same case that I use for my computer. It came with two case fans that have blue LEDs that light up when the computer is powered on. It has four hard drive bays, a windowed side panel on the left side and multiple drive ports on the front.

On the top of the front panel with the power and reset button is one USB 2.0 port, one USB 3.0 port, a headphone input and a microphone input. I have found no issues with this case and have been extremely happy with my choice. For $30, this case is perfect for a first gaming build.

Published Dec. 3rd 2016
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