OC3D’s Best of Computex Awards 2024

OC3D Best of Computex 2024 – Best PC Case

Welcome to OC3D’s first “Best of Computex” Awards

Computex is always an incredible event, not just because of the new hardware, but because of the people behind it. Where else do you get to see so many hardware enthusiasts and engineers in one, albeit huge, space? It is a melting pot filled with awesome stuff, so much so that it’s challenging to cover everything we want to on the website. After all, we are a small team, and Computex is a busy event.

This year, for the first time, we wanted to highlight some of the best products we saw at Computex. This year, our list of best products include cases, power supplies, graphics cards, PC handheld, SSDs, and accessories. Some products will be receiving our new “Best of Computex” award, with others getting a honourable mention.

Best PC Case of Computex 2024 – The NCORE 600 PRESTIGE from Cooler Master

Starting off with PC cases, our first “Best of” award goes to Cooler Master’s NCORE 600 PRESTIGE. This case is glorious! In our eyes, it is an evolved version of Cooler Master’s SL600M from 2018, opting for a Chimney-style airflow pattern with air flowing from the bottom of the case to its top. At the show, Cooler Master only had a pre-production model of this case to show us, but it was more than enough to get us dreaming about the PCs we could build inside of it.

With space for a lot of fans, liquid cooling radiators, and large components, it’s easy to imagine the super-powered PCs that could be built inside this enclosure. Cooler Master, we want to see this case come to market, and if it does, we want to build a rig in one!

Honourable Mention – G.Skill’s Project Alpha Concept

As an honourable mention for the case category, we have G.Skill’s Project Alpha concept case. This case was designed by Mike Peteryns, the legendary case modder. Currently, it is unknown whether or not this case will make it into production, but we certainly want it to.

This case is very customisable, allowing users to adopt a standard or inverted layout for the chassis. It even support BTX motherboards! We appreciate this unusual design of this case, and its striking aesthetic. It’s great to see a case that does things differently.

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