PC Cases


S-Tier Aesthetic Case


Modern Aesthetic Case

Ouro Kronii Y60 + Desk Pad Bundle

Modern Aesthetic Case

Hakos Baelz Y60 + Desk Pad Bundle

Modern Aesthetic Case

Revolt 3

Premium ITX Small Form Factor Case


Benefits of Choosing PC Cases by HYTE

Building a PC should be fun. That’s why we design all of our cases to be both easy to build in and beautiful to display. Whether you’re looking for an ATX or ITX PC case, we’ve got you covered. Check out our full PC case selection today!

HYTE’s Custom PC Cases Include

  • Memory Card Slots

    Whether you’re using a traditional 3.5” hard drive, a 2.5” SSD, or an M.2 NVME drive, we have space for just about any storage solution, in both ITX and ATX form factor cases.

  • Cooling

    The reviews don’t lie - our cases keep even the latest hardware running cool. If you decide to build a custom liquid cooled PC, or you decide to use fans for air cooling, HYTE PC cases are a perfect choice.

  • Power

    Don’t worry about having space to power your PC. Our cases can house most PSU form factors. Our REVOLT 3 ITX case contains space for SFX and SFX-L PSUs, while our ATX cases can accommodate even larger sizes.

  • Size

    Save space without sacrificing power, or build your dream tower! Our ITX cases are small enough to travel with anywhere. Our ATX cases are roomy enough to showcase the hardware you worked hard to buy. No matter what size you’re looking for, we have a solution for you.

  • Unique Features

    Our cases are designed to stand out from the rest. The REVOLT 3 includes a handle and accessory holders for maximum portability. The Y60 features panoramic glass and exclusive vertical GPU staging. See why your next build should be in a HYTE PC case.

HYTE’s Custom PC Cases

With every case we release, we want to show you what’s possible. Working with major PC Modders like Liquidhaus and ModsByBen, our signature builds are featured at all our events. Our hope is to inspire you to learn and modify your own PC, to make it uniquely yours.

Choosing the Right PC Case For Your Style

The case you select for your next custom PC is one of the most important decisions you’ll make when planning your next build. Your case will help determine what hardware works best for you.

  • Mini-ITX PC Case

    ITX Cases are great for builds that save space without sacrificing performance. Our REVOLT 3 case is the perfect solution for creators on-the-go, dorm room desks, or for anyone looking to take advantage of the ITX form factor.

  • ATX PC Cases

    ATX Cases are designed to house high-performance hardware and keep it cool. There are many more customization options with ATX cases. While some cases can live under your desk, we designed our first ATX Case, the Y60, to show off your hardware and build skills. Take a look and see what’s possible!


What is a PC Case?

The computer case is not just for show. It actually serves an important role in protecting all of the internal components from harm, like dust and shock hazards that could happen when you're not careful with your belongings!

The exterior design should reflect this functionality by being sturdy enough to protect your hardware while remaining stylish and customizable.

PC cases come in a variety of sizes and types, from mini-ITX to full-tower ATX PCs. Each type comes with its own benefits and drawbacks, so it’s important to do your research and determine what your hardware needs are.

You’ll want to decide on your PC case form factor before making any other hardware decisions. Your case size will also determine your motherboard size. ITX and ATX motherboards will also impact the hardware included in your build.

Once you have determined the size of your build, consider the appearance and overall build plan. Custom PC building is an expression of your own personality, so its important that you like the look of your system, and not just how it performs.

Yes! Your case size will impact the rest of your build, and set the stage for your system. Your hardware decisions are limited to the space you give yourself to build in. It also is the first thing you see when looking at your PC, so you want to make sure your like the look and feel of the case in your room.

There are plenty of ways to further customize your case. If you’re new to PC modding, start simple, with paint, vinyl decals, and RGB lighting. More experienced modders create custom liquid cooling loops, modify their case panels, and much more. Check out our blog for more inspiration and guides on how to start modding your PC today!