First off, it was a case of convenience (as in it fits in a space left in this desk), sadly, that is where the "great" part of this convenience ends.
I have an i7-6700K (not overclocked, can't), undervolted AND underclocked (why, read on).
I ended up having a bit of a bizarre "what died first" situation, was in the middle of a relaxing game with a family member a bit over a year ago and the machine froze, extremely rare, but it can happen. I pushed the reset button as nothing else worked (yes, have one of those, they DO still come in handy), the machine came back up what looked normal and proceeded to BSOD. It wasn't a virus or anything malicious, turned out if I had anything IN any USB port, the machine would crash, even tried booting with the Windows DVD (Windows 7) and bang, that died if I had even a USB keyboard plugged in. So I got a support ticket to ASUS and to Intel, because neither knew what happened because I couldn't plug anything in to test it, BUT Linux, which neither wanted to hear as all their tests were Windows based, so ASUS RMA'ed the board and I got a replacement, put the system back into the P-50 the same way it was beforehand, turns out that now the CPU was spiking towards the T-Case (which Intel sent me in an email with the T-Case circled and a note that was hand written over it, don't get too close to this).
The previous motherboard seemed to actually have had a flaw in it, the 6700K could never go over 4GHz (no turbo, ever), but the new board, yes, it is, but that extra 200MHz was the difference of pushing the CPU right up to the T-Case (61C) which Intel said "that chip must have also been damaged somehow, we'll RMA it" (not their exact words, as I was on the phone with Intel). So the new chip showed up (rattling around in the box inside the shipping package, so someone was drop-kicking it), made a video of it being removed and then got it into the case, but right away, I saw temps spike up, so I figured, another cooler, same thing (the Antec P-50 is barely useful with radiators, let alone coolers due to the space constraints). I decided to go with an H80iV2 from Corsair, that was super cramped, right now it's on the bottom spot in the front, the heat from it is cooking the GPU (1050Ti Dual OC), but I don't run super high games, so I am not really worried too much about that, I'm an I.T., so most of my work is researching problems, seminars online, online classes to keep my vendors happy, etc. As of late the H80iV2 seems to be losing the battle (and destroying my hearing) with it having to go to 100% fan speed at 37C which makes me rather stick my head in a jet turbine and tell them to crank it so I'll hear some peace and quiet in comparison, the unit is over a year old, think myself that the coolant in it is failing, as now it crept to 40C (which Corsair recommends avoiding) and I had a poweroff set for that and it did that on a game I was playing all day last year for an event, now I can't do it for 15 minutes. I've pretty much had it with this P-50, the case IS simply too cramped and I am now looking for another case. I found in your listing of cases, an Anidees AI7 Black Window, fit the bill, had everything I was looking for and it appears to be discontinued or the company is closed, never got a response back from them.
I want to put a Deep Rock Pro 4 on the board to cool the CPU to keep it as low in temperature as I can to avoid it climbing past 55C.
So, what I am looking for is...
A case that offers Massive Air Flow, prefer the least amount of glass as possible, front open mesh (no doors, because they're usually BUTT ugly when they're open).
1 ODD (on the top or bottom of the front, bottom preferred if fans can sit up top).
2 HDD (minimum)
1 SSD (want at least 3 in the case down the road)
2x2.0 USB & 2x3.0 USB (need these, can't live without them)
1 power button AND 1 reset button
Prefer 2 Leds for power/hdd.
Space for a Deep Rock Pro 4 cooler because I just can't stand AIOs anymore. If someone has a better option for an air cooler over the Deep Rock Pro 4 that can help me keep the 6700K down below 55C (100% load) in a case that is capable of doing that as well, then I can finally stop underclocking the CPU to 3.6GHz and see about seeing it running normally (with the undervolt still there).