normal Mid-ATX or smaller for Gaming Rig?

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25 Jan 2013 03:26 - 25 Jan 2013 03:29 #29044 by cytog64
Anyone kept up with the latest Small Form Factor cases? A friend of mine wants to do a build and was asking.

The lian-li article peaked my interest-
lanoc.org/review/cases/5871-lian-li-pc-tu200
Last edit: 25 Jan 2013 03:29 by cytog64.

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25 Jan 2013 03:42 #29046 by garfi3ld
thats still what I am running. Its not perfect but the handle makes it really easy to carry. There are a couple of other options available if you don't want the handle though. Like this

www.amazon.com/dp/B008R524GS/?tag=lare0a-20
lanoc.org/review/cases/5982-cooler-master-elite-120-advance

Wes

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25 Jan 2013 21:57 #29059 by Lersar

garfi3ld wrote: thats still what I am running. Its not perfect but the handle makes it really easy to carry. There are a couple of other options available if you don't want the handle though. Like this

www.amazon.com/dp/B008R524GS/?tag=lare0a-20
lanoc.org/review/cases/5982-cooler-master-elite-120-advance

+1. Still hanging on to this chassis for funds for a LAN rig of my own. Great price and supports extended components.

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26 Jan 2013 00:24 #29061 by evildoer
BitFenix prodigy is good for ITX

Origin started building with them and SYX had them in inventory to build w/ before we were closed.

The "handles" are actually flexible plastic which I personally dislike, and the case is kind of fat.

If I wanted something mobile to carry to LAN parties, I'd pick something with a handle. If I wanted something small(er), the Prodigy is fine.

The nice thing about the prodigy is you can put a 680 in there all day long and the cooling is more than adequate.

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