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Dual System Case (Not Phanteks Mini XL)

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Looking for a dual system case that isn't the Phanteks Mini XL.  I thought I could remember seeing the perfect case but can't find anything other than the mini xl or a big thermaltake or Lion-li cases.  I'm looking for one case that has a window on both sides and able to store each independent system on their respective side.  I'm looking to store two mitx systems in one case.  Maybe I was dreaming but I thought this existed a while ago.  Any help would be appreciated, thanks!

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1 minute ago, Zasderty said:

Looking for a dual system case that isn't the Phanteks Mini XL.  I thought I could remember seeing the perfect case but can't find anything other than the mini xl or a big thermaltake or Lion-li cases.  I'm looking for one case that has a window on both sides and able to store each independent system on their respective side.  I'm looking to store two mitx systems in one case.  Maybe I was dreaming but I thought this existed a while ago.  Any help would be appreciated, thanks!

http://www.coolermaster.com/case/full-tower-haf-series/haf935/

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2 minutes ago, Zasderty said:

Thanks for the reply,  I have seen this but looking for something smaller with windows on both sides.  It probably doesn't exist.  I was thinking of doing two of the smaller stackers with no window if i were to go that route.

you can try two of these , if you can even find them http://www.coolermaster.com/Case/mini-itx/haf915r/

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For a 2-sided ITX config, honestly, the best situation might be to get a cube case, get a second panel with a window for the rear chamber, and mod the shit out of it to support 2 boards. I don't recall ever seeing a case designed specifically for dual ITX boards.

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1 minute ago, tarfeef101 said:

For a 2-sided ITX config, honestly, the best situation might be to get a cube case, get a second panel with a window for the rear chamber, and mod the shit out of it to support 2 boards. I don't recall ever seeing a case designed specifically for dual ITX boards.

I think you might be right.  Must have been dreaming it up.  Maybe it was matx on one side and mitx on the other.

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Not exactly what you are looking fore, but maybe two of these http://www.thermaltake.com/products-model.aspx?id=C_00002559

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1 hour ago, Zasderty said:

I'm at work and the thermaltake website doesn't work here for some reason.  Do you have a case name to go by?

The one I linked was Core V21, but I now realized it is MATX case, but is stackable. Thermaltake also has Core V1 which is basically the same case, only ITX, but is not officially stackable. But I guess it could be done with some modding.

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i remember seeing something like you mentioned two systems one on each side and windows but i think that was custom made or modded.

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