Cooler Master MasterBox TD500 Mesh White Airflow ATX Mid-Tower w/E-ATX Support, Polygonal Mesh Front Panel, Crystalline Tempered Glass & 3 ARGB Fans w/Controller
You can easily hide all your cables between the cable routing shield, the power supply cover and the deep area behind the motherboard. The attached image on the back is before adding 3 RGB fans, an RGB controller, an 8-way fan splitter, 3 low noise adapters and another SATA power connector. All cables are still hidden. Any attempt to manage cables has been canceled. However, the housing can still contain everything without bulging the side wall.
Many placement options for coolers and fans. All technology bulbs have reviewed this case: Gamers Nexus, Pauls Hardware, Bitwit and Hardware Canucks. I don’t remember if Linus checked. Anyway, Cool Master, this is a very nice case. I am still using a CM 690 II Advance and it has been home to my EVGA X58 system since 2010. I also have a CM Storm Scout 2 Advance and a MasterBox 5. I am looking forward to my next construction and assembly of my 1080ti in an upright position.
Although it is approximately the size of HAF 922, it is much lighter. It is well built and allows a good air flow with the network structure. RGB introduces too many unnecessary cables. Cable management could be a bit better, unless all your hard drives / SDDs are m.2. I use H500 to host the Asus Zenith Extreme, Deepcool Fryzen, SuperNova 850Watt and the 2950X CPU motherboard. The housing offers enough space for the Fryzen and keeps the air moving efficiently.