What are the best full-tower computer cases for gaming?
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There are 2 included fans - Fractal Design Dynamic GP14 fans rated at 1000RPM. There is 1 located in the front, and 1 in the rear. In total, there 2 are fan slots in the front, 1 in the rear, 3 on top, 2 in the bottom, and 1 on the side. These provide plenty of options for fan placement. See More
While not exceptional, the stock cooling properties of the case as well as the noise output beat average scores slightly when a similar setup is used in a different case. The GPU was a bit warm, while the CPU was considerably cooler. If you overclock, then it gets very noisy and warm - much more than other cases. See More
You won't need any tools to assemble the Shinobi XL other than a screwdriver. The drive bays have pegs that bend, holding the drive in. The PSU (power supply unit) is also a breeze to install with rubber feet that the PSU rests on helping to align it properly. See More
There's a stand on the bottom of the case (perfect for a liquid cooling radiator) that can't be unscrewed while inside the case (the front panel of the case blocks the screws). If you intend on connecting some of the cages, be warned that the paint will flake off easily. This making adjusting the internals of the case more difficult. See More