This time around, we’re gonna focus on an aesthetic feature that’s cool, fun, and sassy. Yep, our topic today is pink PC cases. These might not be everyone’s cup of tea. But hey, if you love the color signature, we’ve got some awesome picks for you!
Constantly shuffling between grey, black, and white can get a bit boring. That’s exactly why there are color variants like these in the marketplace for those who want to make a statement. Some might consider them to be a bit feminine. But as we know, girl gamers do exist.
So, without dragging this along any further, let’s discuss the variety of the top pink cases available in the marketplace for you. Hop in! We’re up for a ride to remember.
Reasons to Choose a Pink Gaming PC Case
Like many other PC users, you might be thinking, “Why Pink?”. Well, allow me to answer that in the following points.
Pink is often selected by PC modders as there are a lot of feminine and cute characters and game themes out there that have pink as their predominant theme color. A pink exterior really helps to mod a case with that particular theme in mind.
A Striking Appearance
Black and white can be found in almost every gamer’s home. But pink is something that can be seen as stylishly striking to many. Some might actually find it sassy to have a bold pink gaming PC case in their room (No joke).
Rare Taste Value
Pink isn’t everyone’s cup of tea. That’s exactly why it proves the rare value in taste. It gives a signature quality to the owner’s desktop. Plus, it really helps to stand out from the nay-saying crowd.
Best Picks for Pink PC Cases
Now, I’ve picked the fanciest ones that not only look cool but can actually prove to be an awesome case for your gaming build. Gaming apart, you can even consider these to be a part of your home or office desktop. Feeling eager? Let’s begin then, shall we?
The very first contender in our pink arsenal is the darkFlash DLM21. The brand might seem fairly new to many, but they’ve been at making gaming PC cases for quite some time now. Their cases are focused mainly on DIY PC builders and of course, gaming enthusiasts.
The superior quality structure of the case is definitely worth praising. Its 0.6mm SPCC is painted, and the metal structure promises a build that you can rely on. Apart from all this, the case itself is a sight to behold.
If you’re willing to build a proper gaming PC, then you need to focus on cooling. And this case doesn’t fall short on it in any aspect. The case is fully ready for 240mm AIOs. Apart from that, you can even install two 120mm or two 140mm fans for optimum cooling.
Now, let’s talk a bit about the side panel. The door opening system of the side panel and the magnetic design really puts a nice touch on the case. Plus, it’s very easy to disassemble, and the tool-free design makes like a lot easier.
The front panel of the case offers the pleasure of a succinct vision. This is made possible with the help of the low poly design. This is a sign of mastery in craftsmanship from the guys at darkFlash. Kudos to them for that.
The case itself isn’t all that big, to be honest. It has dimensions of 14.17 x 8.19 x 15.94 inches. As much as I love compact designs, I have to say that the case consumes little space and doesn’t fail to add to the sleek aesthetic value of your desktop.
The weight is limited to a mere 12.57 pounds. Not too light, but I wouldn’t really call it heavy either. It’s pretty reasonable for a Micro-ATX form factor case. Now that we’ve covered all the basics of this case let’s move on to the next!
The best selling point of the InWin A1 Plus, is probably the tinted transparent stand that it has. The deal becomes ever sweeter due to the addressable RGB modes that it offers. The RGB lights actually pierce through the stand to offer a light show to remember.
Speaking of a satisfying RGB experience, the case comes with two separate Sirius loop ASL120 fans. The matte black base structure of these awesome fans is fitted with dual RGB loops. These add to the overall radiant feel of the case. The RGB outline can be seen from both sides of the fans.
This means you won’t be missing the vibrant RGB presentation from any viewpoint. Awesome, right?
Oh, and I just have to mention that this case comes with a gold-certified 650-watt power supply straight out of the box. This is great for those who aren’t that interested in aftermarket shopping. The best part is that you’ll find the cables already managed.
To add to it, the two dedicated GPU connectors (PCI-E 6 + 2-pin) are also accommodated. You can run high-end graphics cards with no issues whatsoever.
You’ve probably guessed by the size; this case is of the Mini-ITX form factor. Yeah, it’s sort of cute in a way, and the pink color really gives it an elegant look.
The guys at InWin even added a wireless charging station. Not to mention, it’s WPC Qi 1.2 Certified. This means, it’s strong enough to emit 10W of power constantly to supported devices. This is just great for Qi enabled mobile devices and gaming mice alike.
The square external and hassle-free interior design makes hardware installation simply a piece of cake. This might be a Mini-ITX case, but that doesn’t mean it can’t house powerful hardware. You can install CPU coolers of the height of 160mm, and the case is prepared for GPUs up to 320mm in length.
Limitation in performance? Not a chance!
The materials used in the case are SECC and tempered glass. It’s small yet, offers a sturdy structure. It has the minimal dimensions of 10.7″ x 8.8″ x 14.1″. Yep, you guessed right, it’s pretty portable and can be moved just about anywhere. With a weight of 17.5lbs, you won’t be having much trouble either way.
As funky as a pink helicopter sounds, this case is pretty darn gorgeous to look at. I’d recommend this one to anyone who wants a pink PC case that creates a solid impression. Why so? Let’s get into the details.
This one is basically the smaller version of Thermaltake’s air-force-styled PC cases. Keep note that this one is a Micro-ATX case. Which isn’t really a letdown. You can actually build an enthusiast-grade rig with the AH T200. There’s enough room for the biggest and baddest hardware in town.
The case features a 4mm thick side panel on both sides. This is great for those who want to showcase their inner components to the onlookers. Besides that, the thicker glass is more scratch-resistant than your everyday acrylic-made panels.
Plus, there are two other 3mm glass panels in the front to compliment the helicopter design. These offer an additional viewpoint to your beloved hardware as well.
The bit I liked the most about this case is the fully dismantlable design. The modular structure not only offers a great show of the hardware but really helps to enhance the building experience from the ground up.
The sophisticated and well-crafted interior design of the case allows proper cable management. Which really removes a lot of hassle in making things look neat and clean. There’s enough space inside as well for modders to have their way with the case’s appearance.
I really liked the open frame design from Thermaltake as it allows ample airflow throughout the case. With some proper cooling gear, the interior of the case should remain cool at all time.
If you’re worried about hardware compatibility. You’ll be glad to know that this case allows the maximum CPU cooler height of 150mm. Not only that, but you can go for GPUs with a length of 320mm max. As for the PSU, your limit will be 180mm. Not bad, eh?
Thermaltake didn’t fail to impress on the I/O department as well. They included the ever-demanded USB Type-C port along with two USB 3.0s. A pretty darn awesome case all in all!
Moving on to the next one, let’s talk a bit about the Apevia Predator-PK. I mean, if you wanna go pink, do it with style! This case looks really awesome straight out of the box and doesn’t disappoint when it comes to the build quality as well. What more does it have in stored? Let’s find out.
The case offers a single tempered glass side window. Like all the good ones, it’s just great to showcase your build to your peers. Apart from this, you also get a removable front panel. This mesh panel works both ways. Cooling efficiency and a stylish appearance all at once.
You’ll also be glad to know that the case comes along with a set of four pre-installed RGB fans. Not to mention, both the inner and outer rings of the fans glow. This means no matter how you install them, the RGB goodness will always be in clear view.
The case is ready to go for ATX, Micro-ATX, and Mini-ITX motherboards. You really don’t have to worry about size here. Unless of course, you want to go for something really big like a full-fledged E-ATX motherboard.
Many of us often feel a bit curious. “Will this case be able to handle a full-length GPU?” well, the Predator-PK most certainly can. The maximum supported GPU length of the case is 350mm, which is pretty much enough for the big flagship GPUs as well.
But remember, for the CPU cooler’s your height limit will be 160mm max. Which is good enough for most. Unless you really wanna go super bulky.
Along with the pre-installed fans, the case can house up to six 120mm fans. You’re all good if you wish to go for a 240mm radiator at the top or in the front. Cooling efficiency matters. And this baby here simply nails it.
The I/O panel is pretty interesting with this one too. There’s a dedicated LED button that allows you to switch between 16 lighting modes. How cool is that? There are thirty other playthrough options as well. These include: Single color, Light off, Breathing etc. LED lighting at its finest.
This metal-crafted case has the dimensions of 15.94 x 7.91 x 17.13 inches. Which is rather okey for a basic mid-tower case. This isn’t as small as the few previous ones that we discussed. But for the added features, it’s definitely worth it.
If you’re a fan of cases that have a solid style signature and an impressive build at the same time, then you’ll love the Apevia Crusader-F-PK. This case is crafted with solid steel and offers a modern look all in all. I have to add the full tempered glass side panel really does have impact on the overall aesthetic.
The four pre-installed fans, just like the previous case that we discussed, really helps out with the cooling. These ensure that the inner components of the case receive proper airflow at all times and stay within the right temps.
No need to worry about the motherboard compatibility either. As long as you’re not opting for anything larger than an ATX MOBO, you should be fine. If you’re willing to install Mini-ITX boards or a Micro-ATX one, you shouldn’t be facing any problems whatsoever.
You’ll notice the mesh design on the front really looks nice. Aesthetics apart, it really helps to maintain the proper airflow of the case as well. Also, they offer a clear view of the well-lit fans installed behind. It really does offer a nice show.
Just like the Predator, the Crusader-F-PK also has a dedicated LED button on the I/O panel. It helps to play through 16 distinct light modes. You have complete control over how you want the Case’s LED lights to appear. There are 30 separate playthrough options as well. This really is a nice touch if you ask me.
There’s no point in worrying about the GPU length support either. This case can handle GPUs with a maximum length of 350mm. Modern-day graphics cards really don’t cross this threshold in the general sense. But keep in mind that the CPU cooler should be within the height of 165mm.
With a moderate dimension of 15.5 x 8 x 18 inches, the case weighs about 13 pounds. It’s fairly reasonable in the size to weight ratio if you ask me. You shouldn’t have much trouble moving it around either. The case proves itself to be a rather nice addition to our small array of pink gaming PC cases.
Since we’re talking about the top pink PC cases available in the marketplace, it would be unjust not to talk about the astoundingly beautiful Apevia G-PRO-PK Genesis Pro. You might be thinking I’m a die-hard fan of the brand, but the case’s features and craftsmanship really speaks for itself.
The case offers a modern and classy look. The two separate tempered glass windows on the side and front really add to the overall aesthetic value of the case. Unlike the previous models, this one has six RGB fans pre-installed.
You’ll be glad to know that both the inner and outer rings of the fan glow. Which means no matter how you install the fans, the RGB goodness will be visible from different viewpoints. The tempered glass windows offer a clear view of the lights along with the inner components of the case itself.
The case can house up to six 120mm fans and radiators up to 240mm in the front and at the top. So, optimum cooling is promised without any drawbacks.
Just like the predator, this case too supports motherboards up to the ATX form factor. You’re good to go with Mini-ITX and Micro-ATX MOBOs as well. Just don’t go beyond these ranges. Yes, I’m talking about the larger E-ATX boards. This case really isn’t built for that.
But have no worries; the case can handle high-end hardware that offers impressive performance. The GPU height support for the case extends up to 350mm, and the max CPU cooler height is 165mm. And these measurements clearly say that the case can house pretty much all the best ones.
The dedicated LED button is also available with this one. The 16 lighting modes and 30 separate playthrough options are available here too. These lighting options make the G-PRO-PK Genesis Pro seem like a truly stylish and contemporary gaming PC case.
That pretty much covers how awesome the case is all in all. Let’s see what more we have in our list of the best pink computer cases.
Let’s kick things off with the side panel design of the TW7-Pink Case from Morovol. I really liked the magnetic suction opening design, which is very easy to handle. Not only that, but the entire case is very user-friendly. Hassle free installation of your required hardware has been ensured all the way.
The case is pretty well crafted. The mesh front panel deserves praise and I should also mention that it comes with two ARGB fans pre-installed straight out of the box. The brand claims an 84% increase in the overall cooling capacity. They ensure continuous high airflow and dust filtration at all times.
Which is really a lifesaver for both in the temperature regulation and the maintenance department.
This one is a Micro-ATX case that has enough room for installing the most powerful hardware available. Also, it has ample space for proper cable management. This helps to keep the interior of the case neat and tidy. Trust me, this increases the aesthetic appeal a lot.
As for storage, you get enough room for a 2.5-inch SSD, and two separate 3.5 inch HDD. Oh, and apart from M-ATX boards, you can also think about installing ITX boards.
The case is ready for 120mm/240mm radiators and can house air coolers up to the height of 160mm. Not to worry about GPU length compatibility either. As you can easily install 300mm graphics cards in this one. Keep in mind the limitation for the PSU is 180mm in length.
Now let’s talk about the lighting a bit. The two pre-installed ARGB motherboards can be controlled by a dedicated button or with a compatible MOBO. This allows you to create stunning lighting effects for your build.
As an M-ATX case, I find the dimensions of 14 x 8 x 15 inches to be quite reasonable. As for the weight, it’s not too much either. The total weight of the case is 13 LB. It can be moved around with ease (Even with a full-fledged build inside).
Finally, the I/O panel doesn’t fail to impress either. There are two USB 3.0 ports, 2 HD audio ports, a single LED button, and a power button. Pretty basic, but it gets the job done nicely.
Let’s finish this off with yet another amazing pink gaming PC case from Apevia. Just like the last one, this too is an M-ATX case. But it seems that the motherboard size limitation isn’t a drawback for this one as it checks all the boxes to be a gaming PC case worth looking into.
The tempered glass on the case is on the left side only. Since this one is a Micro-ATX case, Apevia threw in three pre-installed RGB fans. Just like the other models we discussed, the inner and outer rings of the fans glow. A clear view from any angle is promised with this feature.
Improved cable management is something very much expected from a case from Apevia, and they certainly do not disappoint. There’s ample space inside for high-end components as well. Oh, and apart from M-ATX, you can even consider the Mini-ITX MOBO variant too.
Along with the three pre-installed fans, this case can house up to six fans in total. All these fans can be lit up through 16 lighting modes using the I/O panel’s LED button. Not to mention the thirty other playthrough options that include lights off, breathing, RGB, single-color, and many more.
Hardware compatibility really should be an issue here as you can install GPUs up to the length of 350mm. As for the CPU cooler height, your limitation, in this case, is 165mm. Liquid cooling is an option, too as you can mount 240mm AIOs in the front and at the top.
If you’re thinking about the dimensions, this case measures around 16.14 x 7.95 x 15.55 inches and has a weight of 13 lbs. The proportions seem to be just okay in my opinion for a Micro-ATX case. And, that’s all there is to it.
A Pink Finish
I believe you’ve gone through all that I had to say and got a pretty good idea about the style signature a pink PC case can have. I hope you found the right one from the list that I gave you. There are a lot of options still. Choose wisely with the specs and features in mind. Not all of them will be promising.
So, that’s pretty much it for now. Let’s wrap this up!