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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hi everyone hope you're doing fine in this quarantine!

 

I was curious to see if there are more Atx case that take advantage of vertical SSD and Nvme mounting to get rid of the HDD bay to deliver a more compact factor.

one of the smaller full-featured Atx case is the Fractal Define S, and in red is the empty space for the HDDs. but the Define C simply cuts it away, while still leaving 315mm of space for a GPU.

 

Do you have any models that follow this trend? (ATX, not Micro) there does not seem to be a lot of new case model in the past year (ie: to take advantage of newer Front I/O standards like 3.2 not that I care that much)

 

Thanks!

 

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Special thanks to Fractal Design website for changing the order of the measurements between each case to make comparing cases harder than it already is

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4 hours ago, Trentonxx said:

Do you have any models that follow this trend? (ATX, not Micro) there does not seem to be a lot of new case model in the past year (ie: to take advantage of newer Front I/O standards like 3.2 not that I care that much)

So, to be clear, you're just looking for Compact ATX cases? Or do they need to have Zero 3.5" drive bays?


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Posted · Original PosterOP
39 minutes ago, TVwazhere said:

So, to be clear, you're just looking for Compact ATX cases? Or do they need to have Zero 3.5" drive bays?

Compact cases!
 

I don’t mind if they have drive bays (maybe they need to move them in a different spot to prevent taking up space or block the airflow, but since I will be using Nvme and SSD anyway I don’t have needs for it) 


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45 minutes ago, Trentonxx said:

Compact cases!
 

I don’t mind if they have drive bays (maybe they need to move them in a different spot to prevent taking up space or block the airflow, but since I will be using Nvme and SSD anyway I don’t have needs for it) 

Corsair 220T and Phantkes P300A are the two that come to mind immediately that are like a Define C or Meshify C. 


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Posted · Original PosterOP
14 minutes ago, TVwazhere said:

Corsair 220T and Phantkes P300A are the two that come to mind immediately that are like a Define C or Meshify C. 

nice! they both look very good! thanks :)


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