Sometimes, you just have to go big. Whether it's a custom cooling loop or an extended-ATX motherboard, there are plenty of reasons to consider going with a full-tower in a build.
Full-sized towers can get really big really fast. The only real limit to how big a tower can be is the length of the PSU and SATA cables you've got. With their size comes immobility: Full-sized towers are a major pain in the ass to move. When you've got $2,000 (or more) of parts in a steel two-feet-tall behemoth, you tend to try to move the rig with care.
One thing to consider about a big case is its looks. It's hard to hide a big tower in a room, so you might as well make sure it looks handsome. Cases with excessive lighting or garish color themes might not be the best way to spend your hard-earned cash when it comes to a machine that you'll likely be looking at every day.
We've seen plenty of great innovations in the mid-tower and small form factor markets in recent years, but some full tower classics just can't seem to be beat. Here's our picks for the best full-tower cases available now.