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Another SG03 does seem to be what you really want, yes smile.gif.

Another thought would be an SG02, if you have the shelf space available.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811163206

Hate the box look. The sg04 is real nice, but it's $30 more. All they really did was change the front bezel a bit and remove the side panel ventilation. Hmm...

I'm actually considering selling off my sig rig and just using this i3 htpc as my main (if I go back to the sg03). I don't really game anymore like I used to.
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I was originally going to get the IN WINN case you originally linked to, but went with the larger Rosewill Line-M so I could fit an ATX PSU, 120mm fans, and a full sized heatsink (Hyper 212 EVO). If you do go with the IN WINN case, here's a review of it from one of our own OCN members: http://www.overclock.net/t/942655/my-sff-gaming-rig-with-pics
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