Best case for RX 7900 XTX & XT (2024)

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Buying the best case for RX 7900 XTX or XT will give your sparkly GPU the home it deserves.

AMD consciously made both GPUs, the RX 7900 XTX and XT, focus on compatibility. This means that, for many, buying a new case won’t be a necessity to get using the RDNA 3 architecture.

However, buying a new graphics card, especially one as powerful as AMD Radeon’s RX 7900 XTX or XT, is a great time to upgrade and improve your whole build. This could include, getting a new PSU, motherboard, cooler, and case. We’ll just be covering the best cases for the RX 7900 XTX & XT here.

Cases come in varying shapes and sizes. The RX 7900 XTX itself is 287 mm, while the RX 7900 XT is 276 mm, both have a slot size of 2.5 slots. This makes it smaller than its direct competition, the RTX 4090 and 4080.

This means the RX 7900 XTX &XT both fit into cases that the RTX 4090 and 4080 cannot. All the ones listed here are compatible with both, the RX 7900 XTX and the RX 7900 XT so lets get cracking with our top picks.

Best case for RX 7900 XTX & XT

We’ve got a variety of cases here, ranging from premium to budget friendly. We’re confident there’ll be something here that is right for you. The main factors to consider are budget and desk space. If one of the cases on this list suits your needs for both of those, we reckon is a good one to go for.

Best overall case for RX 7900 XTX & XT Corsair 5000D

Corsair 5000D RGB

Corsair 5000D



Radiator support



RGB lighting, 3x 120mm fans included, cable management solution

The Corsair 5000D is a premium case. With a mid-tower design and tempered glass, it looks amazing and has a design quality that matches its looks.

The dimensions of the case will leave plenty of space with the compact RTX 7900 XTX or XT installed. This will only further serve the very effective airflow that the case is built around delivering.

That airflow comes from the whole design of the case and the two Corsair AirGuide 120mm fans. These use anti-vortex vanes to focus the airflow to the specific areas of the case that require cooling. This results in both less noise and power than needlessly cooling the whole case.

Another strength for the Corsair 5000D is cable management, with a simple to use single hidden channel with 25mm of real estate to house your cables. This should mean you can get your RTX 7900 XTX or XT fully connected with ease.

Best Compact Case for RX 7900 XTX & XT – NZXT H1 Version 2

NZXT H1 Version 2

Auto Draft black and white nzxt computer case with a perforated panel design.

Case size



404mm x 195mm x 195mm


2 x USB 3.2, 1X USB-C

The RX 7900 XTX and XT fit snuggly in this case, with still enough space for decent breathing room. This is significant, as the case is too small to house the direct NVIDIA equivalent, the RTX 4080, or 4090.

Another big selling point for many will be its easy of set-up. The NZXT comes with an included PSU and AIO cooler already installed, reducing the components you need to research, buy and install.

On top of that it has a really satisfying and sleek compact look. It is a bit on the pricey side but you are getting a high build quality and an effective case.

Best mid tower ATX case for RX 7900 XTX & XT – Lian Li PC-011 Dynamic

Lian Li PC-O11DW 011 DYNAMIC

Empty desktop computer case with transparent side panel, saved as Auto Draft.

Case size



520mm x 365mm x 563mm


2 x USB 3.0

The Lian Li PC-011 Dynamic chassis is stylish and affordable, a dream combo. It will house your brand new RX 7900 XTX or XT with almost enough breathing space around it to swing a cat.

The large build might be a turn-off for some, especially considering that the RX7900 XTX and XT aren’t gigantic. Nevertheless, the overall look of this case is brilliant, and there’s no harm in having a case that is not as compact as possible.

In fact it can both help with airflow and future-proof yourself against needing to buy a new case, the next time you want a new GPU or motherboard.

The really well-integrated water cooling support is another useful touch.

Do AMD cards overheat?

No – if you built your PC with suitable functioning airflow your AMD card will not overheat.

Do all PC cases fit?

No – you have to ensure the dimensions of your components are compatible with the dimensions of your case. This is not just for each component as well, you need to consider how much space they take up when all put together next to one another.

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Rory Greig

Rory Greig works as a tech writer for Videogamer. He is a writer with a strong knowledge of gaming technology and an eye for detail. He is especially interested in graphics cards and generative AI.