Desktop computers are known for the ability to install varied internal components, allowing a PC user to customise their machine to match what they’re using it for. A big factor which allows for all of this customisation is due to the fact that the components are housed in a case, keeping them together and easily accessible.
There are many types of cases that you can choose to house your components. From small and compact cases to large, aerated towers. The range of casings is vast, so too are the differences between them.
To start off, making the most out this customisation requires that the user has a decent amount of computer hardware knowledge. If you are not sure of what a motherboard is, you will have a steep learning curve if you are buying an empty case and are aiming to fill it with components.