What’s The Best Tempered Glass PC Case in 2018?

The Ultimate Guide For Your Custom PC Build

Do you want your PC gaming rig to stand out? Are you looking for a finest tempered glass PC case with all the features like LED lights and built-in fans?

If the answer to these questions is yes, you are at the right place. We have carefully selected the best PC cases with tempered glass panels that are currently on the market, and we tested them out ourselves. We then wrote full reviews on everything they have to offer, giving you all the relative information about every brand and model.

Read on, compare them and figure out which one fits your needs the most.

The best Tempered glass PC cases we reviewed in 2018

Top Rated Tempered Glass Cases for the Money

(in mm)
Phanteks Enthoo Evolv ATX - TG EditionPhanteks Enthoo Evolv ATX TG small image
235 x 510 x 495On the left and right side10/10
NZXT S340 Elite ATX Mid TowerNZXT S340 Elite ATX Mid Tower small image203 x 432 x 474On the right side9.3/10
Cooler Master MasterCase H500PCooler Master H500P small image544 x 242 x 542On the right side9.8/10
Corsair TG Crystal Series 570XCrystal Series 570X small image234 x 512 x 480On four sides (left, right, front and top)9.8/10
Corsair Crystal Series 460X RGB Compact ATX Mid-TowerCorsair-Crystal-Series-460X-RGB small image220 x 440 x 464On the front and right9.0/10
Thermaltake Suppressor F31 TG Edition ATXThermaltake Suppressor F31 small image250 x 515 x 497On the right side8.2/10
In Win 805 InfinityIn Win 805 Infinity small image205 x 472 x 476On the left, front and right7.3/10
Thermaltake Core G21Thermaltake Core G21 small image208 x 471 x 476Left and right8.8/10
Phanteks Enthoo Evolv ShiftEnthoo Evolv Shift small image170 x 470 x 274Left and right9.0/10
Phanteks Enthoo Evolv Shift XEnthoo Evolv Shift X small image170 x 650 x 274Left and right9.0/10
Cooler Master MasterCase Maker 5tMasterCase Maker 5t small image242 x 544 x 574Left and right8.9/10
Cooler Master COSMOS II 25th Anniversary EditionCOSMOS II 25th Anniversary Edition small image344 x 664 x 704Left and right8.5/10
Phanteks Eclipse P400 TGEclipse P400 TG edition small image210 x 465 x 470Right8.7/10


  • Great design
  • Useful features
  • Cable management plate
  • RGB fans with amazing air flow
Build Quality

Our Rating: 9.8/10

This model is a modern-day reimagining of the popular HAF (High Air Flow) enclosures made by the Cooler Master and is described as the must-have case for those people that need high air flow in their PCs.

Its signature feature is the presence of extra-large fans that intake a lot of clean air, but that’s not the only good thing here.

Let’s have a more in-depth look!

The external aesthetics are a thing of beauty here, with a great-looking glass side panel and the transparent sections on the top and the front of the case. Unlike the side panel, these sections aren’t made out of tempered glass, but we can’t take that as a disadvantage due to the model’s price category.

Once you start to explore the chassis, you’ll quickly notice the places where the compromises have been made. The frontal fans, for example, offer a very good airflow but also make the chassis very bulky.

But the build quality is still one of the best in this price category, which is something we totally expected from the Cooler Master. The model’s I/O panel comes with a backlit power button, a pair of audio ports, two USB 2.0 and two USB 3.0 ports.

The inside of this chassis offers a lot of space to work with, including the 190mm clearance for your CPU cooler and the 412mm of maximum graphics card length.

There’s a lot of cooling potential here, and we really like the fact that the enormous frontal fans are also illuminated and certain to attract a lot of attention.

They come with dedicated RGB headers and are compatible with all motherboards made by the famous companies – such as MSI, ASUS, or Gigabyte.

Another thing worth mentioning is the well-implemented cable management – keeping the cables tidy is an easy task here.

The affordable price and the handy features aren’t the only good things about the Cooler MasterH500P. This chassis also has an excellent design, with its tempered glass side panels, illuminated front fans, and the backlit power button. It’s a lovely model that’s, in our opinion, worth the money you’ll give for it.


  • Modern Styling
  • I/O Panel Cover
  • Both Side Panels are made out of Tempered glass
  • Big Dust Filters
  • Velcro Cable Ties
Build Quality

Our Rating: 10/10

When it comes to glass cases for your PC, you have to look out for a brand that can provide not just a quality aesthetic look but also a durable one at that.

Phanteks TG PC case is one of those PC cases that you can rely on when it comes to both a pleasing look as well as a quality build when it comes to sturdiness.

Their PC cases have hit the market and made a big boom as they have provided exceptional quality for the prices that they have attached to their products. We are looking forward to their newest designs all the time.

Let me start off by saying that this is one of the best tempered glass computer cases on the market. The build is awesome, the metal and the glass are sturdy and the strengths outweigh the weaknesses.

First of all, the whole case is made out of aluminum, and as such it’s not heavy weighing only 12 kg. The front has great air intake, and if you want to remove both side tempered glass panels on the case, you can do it without any issues using no screws at all.

The front IO has a small panel that can be slid up and here you have 2 USB slots, the reset button, and the audio jacks. On the top, you will also find the power button as well as some slick designed ventilation holes that keep the air out of the case.

On the front, if you take off the panel you have 2x140mm fans that are pre-installed. Once you get to assemble the case you will find the accessory box on the side that has many separate accessories like hard drive mounts and more. There is also a box for screws that is separated and it really gives you that feeling that Phanteks has everything under control and that they do it above and beyond the other companies.

The bottom has two HDD mounts that can be attached and you can see them hanging over the glass case. The SSD mounts can be mounted on the walls, all you need to do is take one of the blanking plates off and screw in the metal mount.

There’s no perfect case with tempered glass, but in our opinion this case is definitely the closest to it. When it comes to design, overall functionality and build quality, they’ve definitely designed a great PC case.

The only complaint we had of the Enthoo Evolv ATX tempered glass case would be that on the top you can only find two USB ports instead of the standard 4. But outside of that, the case is really a great product.

In terms of functionality, it has great building support and you can pretty much do whatever you want with it.

If we had to pick the best tempered-glass PC case for this year, than we would pick this one hands down.


  • HDMI connection on top of the chassis
  • Available room for a 280mm front cooler
  • Designed for cable management
Build Quality

Our Rating: 9.3/10

When it comes to glass edition case and which one is the best, you have to look at the brands that have been present for quite some time.

NZXT is one of those brands that has been present for a long time. They made its glass sturdier and from higher quality material than the rest, so that it can last longer than the usual glass for the tower cases.

The glass can resist a hefty blow and can easily be cleaned from all fingerprints and dust. The longer you have this case, the more you will learn to love it.

When it comes to quality computer cases, NZXT should be on everyone’s list. Their exterior design is unique and sturdy but not only that, their interior is made with precision and planning for the consumer.

When it comes to the dimensions of this computer case S340 Elite stands at 474mm tall, it is 203mm wide and is 432mm in length from front to back.

When it comes to cooling, they again did a superb job. On the front side, you can install a pair of 140mm or 120mm fans, depends on which one you prefer, and on the top, you can fit one 140mm or 120mm.

The back has room for a single 140mm or 120 mm fan, but here you can also find pre-installed fans.

The case has 1 audio/ mic port 2 USB 3.0 ports and 2 USB 2.0 ports. There are seven expansion slots, and it weighs 8.13 kg.

If you are in the market for a new case that also supports the new VR tech, this might be the case you were looking for all this time. We have tested it with our specifications and found that the components that we have placed inside had lots of room to work with one another. To our delight, we found that the case had an excellent ventilation and space for additional vents.

Even if we wanted to install water cooling, we had room on the front chassis to install a 280mm or 240mm radiator without any significant issues.

The price for this tempered glass case is pretty reasonable, given the fact that NZXT stands behind great build quality for their products.

When it comes to raising the bar and making new cases, NZXT is the brand that every other can look up to. The case is extremely well done, and they did not just slap a new paint job and called it new, they actually implemented lots of things that the community wanted. We highly recommend this case for everyone that is in the market for a a glass case.


  • Tempered glass on FOUR sides
  • Customizable lighting
  • Cable management friendly
Build Quality

Our Rating: 9.8/10

Some people (we’re looking at you, PC gamers!) like to have their builds on the show, using cases that have glass-made panels and lots of lights and RGB fans to light up the components.

If this is your passion, you definitely have to take a look at the Corsair Tempered Glass Crystal Series 570X – this case is something extraordinary, and one of the best choices when it comes to glass-made models!

Corsair did an outstanding job here – they have decided to equip this case with as many interesting features as possible, in order to attract the potential buyers.

One of the first things to notice here is, obviously, the design.

The 570X is surely among the sleekest cases on the market right now, having glass panels on four sides and allowing you to take a peek at your components from all the directions.

This, of course, makes the case quite heavy, but also makes it feel extremely solid.

When it comes to lighting, it is customizable and will allow you to finally make your PC look like you always wanted it to look.

The LED lights that are present on the three SP120 fans are, of course, configurable, and give the user a good amount of personalization choices.

The spaciousness of this attractive case is also something worth mentioning. With six mounting points for the fans and compatibility with most of the radiators, Corsair 570X will allow you to easily place all of your components inside the case and get them up and working in no time.

The cable management system and the ease of cleaning also deserve words of praise, with our only complaint being the fact that there’s no fan controller included in the package.

Corsair Tempered Glass Crystal Series 570X is certainly a model that raises the bar, and something that the other PC case-manufacturing companies will look up to. The panels made of tempered glass combined with the LED-equipped fans can make your build look absolutely stunning – the 570X is definitely worth the money!


  • Great filtering system
  • Installed Corsair SP120 RBG fans and controller
Build Quality

Our Rating: 9.0/10

Corsair is one of those brands that extends its production outside of its comfort zone. It’s well known that the Corsair makes great memory, but how do they perform when it comes to making tempered glass cases for your PC.

The answer is: they make GREAT cases!

The company has built up its name when it comes to PC components, and with that name, they have just branched out and started making things that they thought they could do better than the rest of the market. The Corsair tempered glass case is perfect for everyone who wants to build their custom PC.

This case comes at a higher price than its former counterpart the 400C. The price tag may be $50 higher, but the features of the case justify the price.

The glass panel is placed on the right side of the case and also on the front which gives it a unique feel and aesthetics. They paired it with 3 SP120 RGB fans which give the case quite a unique flare, and they have a large air intake.

The glass mounting is a bit awkward as the glass is being held by four screws and a little rubber addon that keeps the glass from being scratched by the crews. There is nothing holding the glass so you might need to turn the case to the side when you are taking the glass off.

The top of the case has a magnetic dust filter, and it’s stealthy as the color blends together with the case. The only issue we had with this case was that the back of the case had no exhaust fan to keep the airflow fluent.

On the bottom, you have mount two drives, and if you remove the shroud, you can add even more. The cables at the right side are a bit out of space as the area also hosts the SSD’s, and the clamp that keeps those SSD’s in place is a bit strong with its spring so you might want to remove the spring.

Corsair has made a case that the fans asked for but we would like if they would integrate more finesse into their product design as this case offers some awesome features, but some of them are crude and need more work. The case looks amazing, and it’s definitely one of the best-looking cases you can buy for this price.


  • Extremely quiet
  • Mark and fingerprint resistant TG
  • Vertical GPU mount
  • Stealthy design
  • Ample cooling options
Build Quality

Our Rating: 8.2/10

When it comes to quality over quantity, the Thermaltake has its priorities set in the right direction.

The Thermaltake TG case is one of the sturdiest cases you can get on the market.

The market is quite saturated, and the best ones needs to stand out with their build quality. Once you are in the market for the best tempered-glass PC case, we wouldn’t mind recommending their cases to anyone that’s looking for a well built case that will last.

When it comes to silent PC cases, this case has a lot going for it. It features acoustic dampening material making it one of the best cases in this category.

The dimensions of this case are: 497mm in height, 250mm in width and 515mm in depth and its 10-kg heavy.

It has a large glass window on the side and has plenty of ventilation at the front,  accompanied by acoustic dampening material. The front has 2x 5.25-inch drives that can come out easily and a pre-installed 120mm fan.

There is also space to install two more fans at the front and the top where it has a huge magnetic dust filter. Also on the top, you can fit three 140mm or 120mm fans, and the top I/O consists of 4 USB ports, 2 are USB 3.0, and 2 are USB 2.0, the power button, reset button and the audio jacks.

At the back of the case, you can find one 120 mm fan which is used as an exhaust. We recommend leaving that fan there because it gives you a better airflow inside your case.

On the bottom, you can install three 2.5-inch drives, and there is space for additional two 140mm fans. Also, like most cases today your power supply will be found here with many rubber grommets to rout your cables through and make your system look cleaner.

In our honest opinion, this case is top notch. The overall quality of this case is superb, and for the price that they are selling it, it truly is a bargain. If you are in the market for the best case in this category look no further, as you won’t have any issues down the road with it.


  • The Infinity mirror
  • Spacious
  • Beautiful design
Build Quality

Our Rating: 7.3/10

Sometimes, a PC case doesn’t need to have a complicated shape to look interesting – the simple rectangular look can do the job as well. That’s the shape of 805 Infinity, but there’s a little twist that makes the thing a bit more interesting. This case possesses the LED lighting effect that creates an illusion of endless rows of the LED lights which look pretty awesome – they’re calling it the “Infinity Mirror.”

Of course, this luminous visual experience is not the only good thing about this chassis. The side parts of the case are also covered with the 3mm tempered glass panels that will allow you to take a peek at your PC components whenever you want, while the top part brings a classic brushed-aluminum surface that looks outstanding. This high-quality material is sturdy and durable, which is always a big plus in our book.

Another thing worth mentioning here is certainly the presence of all the necessary ports – on the frontal part, you’ll find the large on button, as well as the 2.0 USB, 3.0 USB, microphone, and headphone ports.

The inside of this chassis deserves only the words of praise – it may look basic, yes, but it’s very spacious and makes installing the components an easy task to do. We like the fact that the 805 Infinity is AURA ready, allowing the users to download this software and control the lighting effects with unprecedented ease.

There’s also the cooling system that can accommodate 2 radiators and allow quick heat dissipation and a good thermal solution, although it’s not as good as the cooling systems on some other cases in this price category. The 805 Infinity also comes with the ROG certification, which guarantees reliability and a quality product.

This case is surely something worth checking out if you’re looking for a simple chassis that will still provide you with an attractive visual experience. Not only does its “Infinity Mirror” look great, but the 805 Infinity also has some interesting features that make it a model worth purchasing.


  • Good design
  • Modular concept
  • Great cooling capabilities
Build Quality

Our Rating: 8.8/10

When it comes to good choices for building the rig that you’ve dreamed about, we can’t overlook the Thermaltake Core G21. This chassis is popular for a reason – it brings a lot of convenient features and also looks quite sleek and modern.

One of the first things to notice about this case is the presence of transparent windows on its sides – they are made out of 4mm thick tempered glass, which is durable and allows you to showcase the components of your rig. Unfortunately, the glass is quite prone to scratches, and one needs to be extra careful with it. One of the greatest things about the G21 is surely the fact that it’s very easy to reorganize the things in its interior – there’s a lot of space, while the tool-less drive bays make interchanging the hard-drives an easy task to do.

But the thing that makes this case so popular is its cooling capabilities – they’re just superior! The Thermaltake Core G21 is optimized for the liquid-cooling solutions and the fast ventilation, cooling your components as efficiently as possible and making sure that they don’t overheat. This can be especially important if you’re a video game enthusiast who lives in a tropical area or doesn’t have good ventilation inside the house/apartment.

And when it comes to fan support, rare are the cases that can beat this model – the G21 allows the user to put two fans on the front, two fans on the top, one on the rear, and one on the bottom. There are seven expansion slots here, two 3.0 USB ports, one HD Audio port, as well as the VGA length limitation of 410mm. That is pretty impressive, wouldn’t you say?

As you can see, the Thermaltake Core G21 is truly something extraordinary – this case brings a number of handy features and will allow you to properly showcase and cool your components, giving your rig a longer life. The only flaw that it has (windows prone to scratches) certainly shouldn’t stop you in considering it for purchase.


  • Sleek and modern design
  • Excellent build quality
  • Easy assembly process
  • Great side panels
Build Quality

Our Rating: 9.0/10

During this year’s CES, the Phanteks has caught our attention with their Shift series of PC cases, especially with those under the Evolv family. They revealed both the large Shift X and the more compact Shift case – let’s see what they have to offer!

The smaller of the two (Shift) is a more mainstream version, and it looks beautiful – it features edgy corners and straight lines, reminding us of the legendary Silverstone Fortress FT03 case. The front is covered with a solid aluminum plate, and the case’s sides consist of tempered glass. The top part looks like a heatsink and is made out of plastic (unlike on the Shift X). There are two USB 3.0 ports, as well as the power and the RGB LED buttons.

The Shift X, on the other hand, is a much larger chassis, but it doesn’t take up a lot of place thanks to its slim height and width. The top part is made out of aluminum, and the model offers a lot more internal space than its smaller brother. This doesn’t go only for the components – with Shift X, you’ll be able to use large water coolers (like the 280mm radiators). It will also allow you to use an ATX power supply of the regular size, although Phanteks recommends an SFX model.

The small footprint of both the Shift and Shift X means that you’ll be limited to using the Mini-ITX motherboards. But the tiny footprint also means that these cases can be easily hidden under the table, and you can even put them lying down under your TV. The design of these models is one of the best we’ve seen yet, and we’re sure that they will fit nicely inside any room.

In conclusion, we think that the new Shift cases from Phanteks are something certainly worth considering for purchase. They look absolutely sleek, provide a great view of your components, and the larger version (Shift X) is able to house some pretty powerful graphics cards, fans, water coolers, and power supplies. What’s not to like?


  • Good air flow
  • Great-looking color combination
  • Sturdy carrying handle
  • Decent cable management
Build Quality

Our Rating: 8.9/10

When it comes to PC cases and various gaming peripherals, the Cooler Master is undoubtedly among the leading companies. They’re always at the pinnacle of innovation and design, which is exactly why we’re always glad to review their products. Let’s see what the new model, the MasterCase Maker 5t, has to offer!

This is one of the heirs to the original MasterCase 5, with one of the most obvious changes being the addition of the glass panels. A number of exciting features have been carried over from the original – for example, the LED control unit on the motherboard tray or the basic fan. But, unlike on the Maker 5, the Maker 5t has a carry handle, allowing you to easily transport the whole thing from one location to another.

The tempered glass panels are a bit darker than on some other PC cases, giving the user that “smoked” view of the components. Once you remove them, you’ll notice an internal chamber that sports a dual color scheme – gray and red. Just like its predecessor, the 5t also uses the modular (free-form) design, and that means that anything can be taken apart or upgraded. That’s always a big plus in our book!

There’s a 5.25″ storage cage (for two 5.25″ devices) and the HDD cage for two 2.5″ mounting plates and 2.5″/3.5″ drives. There is also the SATA powered light & fan controller PCB, as well the USB 3.0 ports, a power button, and the jacks for microphone and headphones. Once again, we should mention the presence of a well-designed handle, which has a capacity of up to 62.8lbs (28.5Kg).

Like we already said, the default layout of this case is only one way to install your components, with the rest of the pieces being reconfigurable in dozens of ways, allowing you to support a particular component or the whole build.

We really like the look of the MasterCase Maker 5t, and we’re thoroughly impressed with its concept of easy modification. The PC builders will certainly love this model, and we have to give it our big recommendation.


  • Unique Cosmos design
  • Bent glass panels
  • Lots of space for the components
  • Six USB ports
  • Multi-GPU setup friendly
Build Quality

Our Rating: 8.5/10

After 25 years of existence, the Cooler Master decides to celebrate the anniversary by bringing us a little bit of nostalgia with the new Cosmos PC case. During the last decade, the Cosmos cases have been this company’s flagships, seeing a number of revisions. Is the 25th Anniversary Edition a revision worth your money?

The attractive metal side panels are no more – in their place, the Cooler Master decided to put tempered-glass sheets. Their design is almost jaw-dropping, as they have no bezels and sport a seamless design which is guaranteed to attract attention. There’s also the engraved aluminum motherboard tray, the blue-lighting LED strip, and the brushed aluminum handles. All of this gives the case a very sleek look and one that deserves only the words of praise.

The interior of this case will be quite familiar to everybody who owned a Cosmos II case, as the features and the layout are pretty much identical. It is quite stark, which is a nice change after Cosmos II’s moody black interior. The interior brings 11 storage bays, as well as the two external hot-swap bays (3.5″).

The engraved motherboard tray that we mentioned has some ample routing holes, and all of them are sealed with rubber grommets. The hard drive cages come with places where you can hide the cables, although we’ve seen better solutions for this in other cases. Many of the model’s drive bays can be easily removed, but the Cosmos II 25th Anniversary Edition isn’t exactly a modding-friendly case. This isn’t such a big issue, as we’re pretty sure that many people will get this case primarily because of its raging aesthetics.

The manufacturer also gave this model a nice stack of fans – 140mm at the rear, 200mm at the front, and 120mm on the top, and there’s also room for three more to keep the hard drives cool.

This case looks fantastic and certainly pays a nice tribute to the history of this brand. It’s a true blast from the past that offers updated materials, and is surely something that you should seriously consider for purchase.


  • Solid construction
  • Minimalistic design
Build Quality

Our Rating: 8.7/10

The guys and girls working at Phanteks have created numerous quality PC cases over the years, earning the status of a company that’s trusted and respected. With that in mind, we’re excited to take a look at their newest model – the Eclipse P400.

The case is well-sized – its dimensions stand at 8.3″ x 18.3″ x 18.5″, which makes it just a little bit smaller than your standard mid-tower cases. There are no external drive bays here, but the model features analog audio connections and USB 3.0 ports on the top. The frontal part sports an ornate bezel with the cooling panel which supports 140mm/120mm fans. If you turn the model around, you’ll notice that its power supply is located on the bottom.

One of the highlight features here is certainly the presence of the side panels, made out of tempered glass and providing the user with an unobstructed view of his PC components. They’re made from thick glass and sport that shaded look that adds style and looks very attractive, at least in our opinion. The power button can be found on the top part and will be clearly visible if you decide to place the case beneath your desk.

Just like many other Phanteks models, the P400 also takes a minimalist approach when it comes to interior design. The long 295mm cards can be installed only if you’re not using the 3.5″ drive trays. The back of the model gives you access to dual-tray 2.5″ SSD trays and the 3.5″ drive rack, and you’ll also find grommets for the cable routing and some space for the cable management. Along with those 3.5″ drives, you’ll also be able to install five more just next to the motherboard. It is also worth mentioning that the case features two 4-pin RGB strips – one comes as an accessory, and the other is located on the front panel.

All in all, we think that the Phanteks didn’t go wrong with the Eclipse P400. This one offers solid construction, beautiful glass-made side panels, and an open-interior design. It’s a simple yet functional and attractive solution for your PC-building needs.

Things to Consider When Choosing a Tempered Glass Case

PC cases that have glass panels on their sides are a bit special in some ways, and if you want to make your PC unique, you can try to add a glass case in your build. Before that, there are a couple of things you should look out for when buying one of these cases.

image showing inside of the PC case

The Size of the Motherboard

The size of the motherboard is the first thing you should think about as it defines the size of your PC case. Cases with a tempered glass panel are available in all sizes, but you need to get one large enough to accommodate the motherboard and other hardware.

There are three main motherboard sizes.

  • Mini-ITX,
  • MicroATX, or
  • ATX.

Mini-ITX stands for the smallest while ATX stands for the biggest type of motherboards.

PC cases can hold smaller motherboards than their rating. That means if you have a PC case that can accommodate a standard ATX motherboard, you can also install the smaller versions we mentioned.

With that said, you should try and match the size of the case with the size of your motherboard. If you install a smaller board into your PC case, your PC may end up not looking as good as it could. You will be left with plenty of empty, unused space.

The whole point of a TG PC case is to display the impressive looking system, not something “half baked”, right?

image showing front panel connectors on the case

Front Panel Connectivity

Most PC cases have standard front panel connectors like a couple of USB ports, a headphone jack and a microphone jack. All other features are a bonus.

For them to work, the connectors have to be attached to the motherboard via the pin connectors. If the case features more than two USB 3.0 ports, the chances are you’ll need two USB 3.0 motherboard headers, but many have only one. Typically, motherboards feature one USB 2.0 and one USB 3.0 ports.

The newest addition to PC cases in 2018 are the USB Type-C ports. Some PC case and motherboard manufacturers have included the USB Type-C connectors on the front panel. The new generation of Intel-based boards feature these ports. If you are looking for this feature, you have to pair the motherboard with your PC case.

The front-panel HDMI port is even rarer than the USB Type-C port. Some PC case manufacturers have started to include this feature for easier connectivity to VR headsets. This is a must if you want to play VR games. And in order to do so, you will have to connect the front HDMI port with the same port on your graphics card.

Position of the glass windows of the case

The Window

The main feature of any TG PC case is the glass panel that lets you see the components of your computer, cable management and also your water-cooling system if you have one.

When you’re looking for this type of case online, look for photos with built-in systems, to make sure that the management of components fits your preferences.

Some cases have a panel that only shows a part of your rig, like the CPU and memory area. If you want to display your SLI connected graphics cards, you’ll need a larger glass. Some models hide their power cables and cooling systems which are exactly what you need if you want to get a minimalistic look.

Installed Front Coolers


Having plenty of cooling power is crucial, but you don’t want it to ruin the looks of your case. Most chassis have one or two fans installed already, one at the front and one on the rear. Everything depends on the type of cooling system you have.

If you want to use a large air cooler for your CPU, you need to make sure that there is enough space for it. One of the most common issues is that you won’t be able to close your side panel because the heat sink of your cooler is too tall.

If your choice is water cooling, make sure that there’s enough space for the radiators and fans that go on them. Do the measuring in detail before making a purchase.

Detail of the lights and water cooling in a pc case with a glass window

The Lights

If you want a good looking PC case, you need to pay attention to the lighting inside. Even so, you can add some LED strips if needed. Most chassis come with LED lights built in already. This is a purely aesthetic feature that will be able to give your PC a little bit extra flare together with that tempered glass.

To Summarize

The market is full of customized tempered glass PC cases. There are plenty of trusted brands and models to choose from, but they all have specific features that can make a huge difference in the results.

The glass panel is a just one feature of these PC rigs; you need to make your choice based on the size of your hardware, lightning, cooling capacity of the case, and many other things.

We’ve created our top picked list in order to help you find a PC case that fits your needs, and we hope that you found the information you need to make the right choice in our reviews.

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