Cases are one of the least frequently updated PC parts. You might get a new motherboard and CPU, more RAM and a bigger hard drive, but you stick those parts in the same old case. Even my own workstation – if you added up the age of all the parts in the PC (my parts have an average age of 10 months) they’d still be collectively younger than my case (six and a half years). But the time comes, and the bell tolls for these old cases. Once at the top of their game, they now are relegated to the cellar. Bigger fans and fancier features make the old cases look prehistoric. Features like cable routing, integrated rubber spacers for vibration abatement and rubber grommets for routing your liquid cooling tubes are all the rage these days.