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Micro ATX case/Board b450,x570

I'm looking for a case thata Micro atx compatible i wanted something White with a window. Small that would fit a 280mm AIO i'm looking at this case.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B082LZ844J/ref=ox_sc_act_title_2?smid=A1Y23DX9BBC64P&psc=1

 

I was also looking at these 2 , Meshify c mini dark tg but it only comes in black i think and phantek evolv micro atx

https://www.newegg.com/galaxy-silver-phanteks-enthoo-evolv-micro-atx-tower/p/N82E16811854059?Item=N82E16811854059

https://www.newegg.com/black-fractal-design-meshify-c-mini-micro-atx-mid-tower/p/N82E16811352086

 

I'm using a EVGA 280AIO.

I'm sill looking for a Board any good B450 Micro atx board or x570?

I was looking at the x570 not sure why all of them have those annoying fan.

 

I got no budget just need a new case/board and recommendation?

 

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Sounds like you need to hit some case reviews for each of the ones you listed.   Since you have no budget at all, the world is your oyster.

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1 minute ago, _Kaurus said:

Sounds like you need to hit some case reviews for each of the ones you listed.   Since you have no budget at all, the world is your oyster.

Yeah i'll probably go with Corsair+Crystal+280X

 but i still need a good b450/x570 micro atx board that will be hable to handle a ryzen 3900x or ryzen 4000 when it comes out.

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3 minutes ago, JustSum said:

Yeah i'll probably go with Corsair+Crystal+280X

 but i still need a good b450/x570 micro atx board that will be hable to handle a ryzen 3900x or ryzen 4000 when it comes out.

good point, we are on the cusp of Ryzen 4k.  Even if you don't get R4k, you'll be able to enjoy savings on R3k :) 

 

As far as I've read, you only need a x5** board if you need PCI-E 4.0. You may also want to consider waiting on that decision until after you see Big Navi/3k Nvidia cards and how they work on PCIe 3 vs 4.  To me if PCI3 is bottle-necking newer GPU's I'll be doing a board swap for sure and it would suck to buy a new 400 series motherboard knowing that your GPU upgrade path is hamstrung on a  brand new build... :(

 

 

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