Amazon Prime Day - Check Out These Amazing Deals On Some Of The Best Gaming PC Cases And PSUs Ahead Of The Big Sale

It's the perfect time to get into PC gaming, as it's raining deals the whole season long.
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Amazon Prime Day is almost upon us, and as such it's the perfect time to check out some of the best deals on PC cases and power supplies right here. Cooler Master

We’ve covered plenty of PC gaming-related stuff here at Player.One, and with the release of the new chips from AMD, Intel and Nvidia looming in the horizon, now is looking like the best time to get into arguably the best platform to game on. What’s more, it’s also that time of the year again when it’s raining deals and there are sales all over.

For Amazon Prime users, it’s the ever-spectacular Prime Day, two days’ worth of absolutely amazing deals and prices on all your favorite stuff – for us here, and to all our readers, that means gaming stuff. Combine that with the current market for PC gaming, and you’ve got yourself one of the best stretches of time to get into the hobby yourself – starting with a good, durable and stylize PC case, as well as a tough and reliable power supply.

Of course, if upgrading’s more your thing, then you can check out some of our best mid-range GPU deals here. No build is also complete without a good screen to play it on, so if you’re in the market for one, check out our list of relatively cheap monitors here.

Without further ado, and in anticipation of Prime Day, let’s take a look at some of the best deals available now for PC cases and power supply units.

PC Cases

Rosewill Cullinan V500

Rosewill Cullinan V500
Rosewill Cullinan V500 Photo: Amazon

For a time, it seemed like people were content with two panels of tempered glass, as those pretty PC cases showed off RGB lights on the inside via a left side panel and those colorful spinning fans via a front one. Of course, being that it’s PC gaming, you can always expect things to escalate, and the Rosewill Cullinan V500 case is a perfect example of this. Instead of two tempered glass side panels, you get three, which means more angles for your build, and more to ogle at for you.

The Cullinan V500 also comes with four pre-installed case fans of the RGB color of your choosing. The fans also have their built-in fan controller with three presets available. The mid tower also supports E-ATX motherboards for those who really want to go all the way with their build, and you can get all these features and more for under a hundred bucks.

Corsair Carbide Series SPEC-DELTA

Corsair Carbide Series SPEC-DELTA
Corsair Carbide Series SPEC-DELTA Photo: Amazon

Corsair’s Carbide Series of cases has been one of the most popular and highly-rated towers for any PC gamer worth his or her salt, and with good reason. They’re absolutely aesthetic, and built like a tank inside and out – not to mention those sleek curves really brings out your build in the best way possible. While most people opt into a regular RGB Carbide, a true patrician gets the SPEC-DELTA, which is the epitome of the Carbide lineup.

The SPEC-DELTA’s angular design isn’t just for show, because this case also boasts quite the mean airflow, keeping your whole system cool even in the most intensive gaming sessions. Lighting is accentuated on the front panel with this opalescent material that showcases the three RGB fans within. The inside is pretty minimalistic as well, featuring a shroud to hide that cable management away and keep your power supply out of sight.

NZXT H500i

NZXT H500i
NZXT H500i Photo: Amazon

Water cooling is a serious sub-hobby within PC gaming, and it’s usually these special builds that take the cake when it comes to overall performance due to their cooler temperatures. If you’re looking to get into that scene and want something nice and simple to compliment it with, then there’s no better choice than the NZXT H500i, which is one of the best cases offered by the manufacturer. The case comes with Aer F120mm fans for optimal airflow, which is the only pieces you’ll need if you’re going water-cooled.

The H500i comes in a wide variety of color combinations for every kind of taste there is. Special editions have even been made for PUBG and Overwatch. If you’re thinking minimalistic, though, nothing beats the classic white, which sports the cleanest look I’ve seen in a case. The H500i also includes adaptive noise reduction features for silent gaming; not that you’ll need it anyway, if you’re taking the water-cooling route.

Thermaltake Level 20 MT

Thermaltake Level 20 MT
Thermaltake Level 20 MT Photo: Amazon

While some may go for that muted, yet still quite aesthetic route, others opt into showing everything off on display – and for those that do, there is no case better than the Thermaltake Level 20 MT. This case is insane when it comes to its tempered glass panels, as you can see the insides of your case quite clearly, which is a bonus if you’ve got yourself RGP everything – from cooler, to motherboard, fans, graphics cards and everything else in between.

The Level 20 MT also comes with three preinstalled fans at the front, which are Sync-compatible with most popular RGB software out there. You also get one black fan at the back, which means that you only need some on the top vent and you’re all set. The Level 20 MT also takes its RGB game very seriously, boasting a built-in dual-mode 5V ARGB switch board capable of 27 LED modes through an I/O port button. If that doesn’t satisfy your need for colorful stimulation then I don’t know what will.

Cooler Master MasterBox TD500

Cooler Master MasterBox TD500
Cooler Master MasterBox TD500 Photo: Amazon

If you’re looking for something out of the box (pun intended) when it comes to design, but don’t like the look of those cube cases, then the Cooler Master MasterBox TD500 is your best bet. It doesn’t stray too far from the modern tower design we know and love, but is very special in the way it handles hardware. This case features a three-dimensional diamond cut design extending from the front bezel to side panel, which gives it this unique look.

The side panel also carries a unique twist, as the MasterBox TD500 features an edge-to-edge transparent acrylic panel which lets you peer inside your build with greater clarity. It also comes with three pre-installed RGB fans with a built-in controller and dedicated power button, all so you can control it whenever you please.

Power Supply

Thermaltake Smart 500W 80+ White Certified PSU

Thermaltake Smart 500W 80+ White Certified PSU
Thermaltake Smart 500W 80+ White Certified PSU Photo: Amazon

For low-power builds, there are very few options out there in terms of power supplies that feel premium without breaking the bank. One of those few comes from Thermaltake, offered in the small, but quite powerful package of the Smart 500W PSU. Unlike other contemporaries, the Smart 500W PSU boasts an 80+ White rating, delivering a continuous load of 500W at an operating temperature of +40 ℃.

Sure, there’s no modularity whatsoever, meaning you’re stuck with the wires you get, but this doesn’t pose a problem for the expert cable manager. The smaller profile also helps it fit into a lot of smaller cases, which makes this perfect for a low-powered LAN machine.

Cooler Master MWE 650 Gold Full Modular PSU

Cooler Master MWE 650 Gold Full Modular PSU
Cooler Master MWE 650 Gold Full Modular PSU Photo: Amazon

Modularity in power supplies allows for pretty powerful customization, as you can basically mix and match all components of your build, even the cables, down to a T. If you’re in the market for that, but in a somewhat lower wattage thanks to your mid-range build, then look no further than the MWE 650 from Cooler Master. It’s a fully modular PSU on the cheaper end of the spectrum, but still capable of 650W of juice for your build in a smaller form factor than most other offerings.

The cables themselves make for great stock choices, coming in as full modular flat cables that are easy to install, reduce clutter, and maximize airflow for your smaller case. It’s also 80+ Gold certified, and boasts durable and silent LDB bearing performance.

Thermaltake Toughpower GX1 RGB 700W Gold PSU

Thermaltake Toughpower GX1 RGB 700W Gold PSU
Thermaltake Toughpower GX1 RGB 700W Gold PSU Photo: Amazon

As crazy as it sounds, the RGB craze has affected even those that weren’t previously. However, this is a boon for those looking to join in the craze, as you can now buy the Toughpower GX1 from Thermaltake and see those pretty lights in action – even for your power supply. The PSU has an RGB LED fan capable of displaying seven colors within three illumination modes, and all of these are controllable with one single button push.

The Toughpower GX1 also boasts an 80+ Gold rating, which means that you get up to 90 percent efficiency, fully optimized and ready for C6/C7 States. The 700W capacity is perfect for mid to high-end performance, and makes for great headroom if you’re using it for a mid-range build.

CORSAIR RM750x RMX White Series PSU

CORSAIR RM750x RMX White Series PSU
CORSAIR RM750x RMX White Series PSU Photo: Amazon

In contrast to the last entry, there’s a growing audience in PC gaming who builds machines in the cleanest possible look, without too much flashing lights and all that jazz. A minimalist white aesthetic never goes out of style, and if you’re building one yourself, you can extend that to your PSU as Corsair has a White Series of their RM750x, which is also fully modular for cable management convenience.

Coming in at a smaller form factor, the RM750x is an amazing choice if your build is small, but powerful, as there is quite the overhead for the 750W of juice this gives. The fully modular, clutter-free, Para-cord sleeved cables also allow for easy cable routing and elegant aesthetics, all while keeping in line with your color scheme (or lack thereof).

CORSAIR RM1000x PSU

CORSAIR RM1000x PSU
CORSAIR RM1000x PSU Photo: Amazon

Raw power is still king, especially if you’re building a beast of a machine loaded with the latest hardware and components. It might be a bit overkill, but the RM1000x is one of the best options for that specific job. It also comes in this no-nonsense look, which makes it perfect for just about any build – as long as it’s hidden with a shroud, of course.

The fully-modular RM1000x also carries an 80+ Gold certification, along with All-Japanese premium 105 capacitors. Since it’s also such a loaded power supply, the RM1000x features a zero RPM fan mode for lower powered machines, running at both low and medium loads.

So, what do you think? Which of these peripherals are you anticipating in time for Prime Day? Let us know and stay tuned for more recommendations from us on the best deals on peripherals, accessories and other hardware as Prime Day draws near.

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