AMD Budget Gaming PC Build: Case
While all of the components we are selecting here today are what we would go with, and priced from vendors we trust, it is always a good idea to shop around as deals on these, or other good options, pop up from other reliable vendors all the time. With that said, let’s dive right into the next order of business.
Cooler Master MasterBox Q500L $48.99
- Easy To Build In
- Very Good Compatibility For Its Size
- Looks Good At The Price Point
- On The Small Side (Watch Your Hands When Working)
- Lacks Some Features Found On Higher End Offerings
- Acrylic Window
- Some People May Not Care For The Styling
In our previous build guides, we have enjoyed the flame fest that has arisen from the choice of cases. So, today, we go back to the well again to see if we can build a consensus about a chassis. Remember, this is a more budget-oriented build so our case selection has to reflect that. Thus, we have gone with the Cooler Master MasterBox Q500L.
The Cooler Master MasterBox Q500L is our choice today because it is reasonably flexible for its price point, is easy to work in, is not too bad to look at, and it is a good value. On the downside, the window is acrylic (which is cheap). On the flip side though, it does come with an RGB controller for your light show which is a nice inclusion and shows that Cooler Master at least tries to throw users a bone even at this price point. So, the MasterBox Q500L is an easy pick for this guide, even if some of you will disagree with the looks and my sanity.