case reviews are often difficult to judge a case by, unless they use the same fans and amount of fans on every case to compare against each other. many mid and full tower cases only hold around 6-7 fans, while some like the fractal design R5 and S can hold 8-9 case fans. if you want more than that there are some full tower or box cases that can hold around 10-11 fans. if you don't need any 5.25" bays, there are some tower cases that have 3 intake fans in front. some cases also come with a fan hub, to help control multiple fans from a single motherboard fan header. its also possible to use some Y-splitters for the fan headers on the motherboard, to have the motherboard control more fans.
also, if you get a single fan blower style gpu it will be a bit noisier but should also keep the internal case temp slightly lower as it will exhaust its hot air outside the case instead of inside the case, like 2 and 3 fan gpu's do.
Thank you, Ronin.
That helped. I was also looking into some user reviews that work in the video editing field. How is their cooling set up? What cases and fans are used?
I really like your GPU fan advice. If i am not mistaking most cards such as my evga 970 do have dual fans and don't blow the heat out of the case. I think it is a good way to add additional cooling. But for GPU tuning the more fans the better.
I guess in my case midi tower shall be fine. Do big towers provide better cooling due to better airflow?
i think the amount of fan spots, fan sizes, and fan brand/model is going to determine air flow and a larger case could only help if it has more fan spots. i think the main benefit to larger full size atx or e-atx cases is that they can hold larger/more gear.