Gone are the days of the light grey mega monster under your desk. If you are the handy type of person, you can built your own PC and use one of these Tower enclosures to display, rather than hide, your masterpiece.
H2 Classic Silent Midtower Chasis
This case design comes with 8 front facing HDD's for better airflow, and great deal of sound dampening material to make sure your experience is a quiet one. We love the Touch Powered fans with 30W 3-Step control and that you can hot swap the top hard drive. These are mid-tower enclosures specially designed for gamers but we can see them being use at home as a main computer
Obsidian Series 650D
This one is more for the hardcore gamer and builder and made of stamped steel. We love the monolithic design and the black textured paint. The brushed front plate brings some elegance to the overall design. We always loved a display panel on the side and this one doesn't disappoint. With 8 expansion slots and several MB support, you are covered on your next built.
LIAN LI V COOL PC-V1000 Silver Aluminum ATX Mid Tower
This is one of our favorites, even that it shows as discontinued, but with a little more digging, you can find them elsewhere. This are pretty stylish case; and the use of real aluminum is a plus. Design cues from the elements of the MacPro, like the flush drive doors and perforated surfaces, put this one on the top of the "want list".
Thermaltake's Level 10 case
This is the Lamborghini of computer cases. More like a work of art, these cases showcase engineering gone beyond performance; utilizing air flow management system and open architecture for internal components. You can bet there is some German engineering here, since BMW was part of the project. Cues from Formula 1 and Aerospace concepts are visible on this state of the art case. 9 drive bays, front and rear air intake via 140mm LED fans, asymmetrical balance and integrated handles, are just a few features of the Thermaltake's Level 10 case.