In fact, you should make your choice from among the tested cases basing not only on the temperature diagrams but on their design, chassis and price. For example, the Gigabyte Poseidon is considerably cheaper than the others. The noise factor should be taken into account, too, and the Gigabyte is the leader again: its quiet 120mm fans cool the case well and do that very quietly. You can set them at a lower speed in the 3DAurora which you cannot do in the ASUS Vento 7700 and the Cooler Master ITower 930. The former has 80mm fans that can’t be slowed down much as their performance will drop down dramatically. The latter’s fan in the HDD cage is noisy due to an improper configuration of the cage itself. Noise is a common thing for a server system, but the borrowing of ideas proves not very successful for a home PC.
So, the two leaders of our tests are the system cases from Gigabyte. If you want to put together a PC in a high-quality case quickly and easily, these two will suit you perfectly. The mediocre chassis lets down the ASUS Vento while the Cooler Master ITower 930 has flaws in the interior design. These two can be recommended for special occasions when you are 100% sure these system cases will suit you fine.