Originally Posted by shilka
Only thing that comes to mind is the HAF XM
My last mid tower i worked on was a HAF 912 and that felt tiny compared to the HAF X the Strom Tropper and the first NZXT Phantom
Cool thank you
Originally Posted by Jaguarbamf
For M-ATX, the NZXT Vulcan is definitely roomy. Mine had an H60, 2 HD 6970's, 3 HDD's, 1 SSD, an ODD, 850w Modular PSU, and a bunch of other misc. parts. There was still enough room to work with, and it had decent cable management.
Any particular reason you're looking at smaller cases?
If you meant HAF cases, the HAF 912 wasn't the nicest of cases and definitely felt like it was for a budget build. That's the only HAF I've owned, but I've assembled a 922, and they're nice, but still rather large IMO.
Jaguarbamf, I'm looking at smaller cases because I've always built with ATX cases in the past, but I never ended up using 90% of the expansion slots. Everyone else is going smaller, and I've been thinking what's the point in buying a full sized tower if you don't use all the slots on the motherboard and you only have a single GPU? Does that make sense?
Originally Posted by psyclum
TJ08-E seems small, but is actually fairly roomy to work with considering its mATX size. room for good HSF, good amount of room for cable management. PSU and ODD limitations, but who uses an ODD internally these days anyway?
only time you use an ODD is to install windows. then back in the drawer it goes
Lol yeah I love the interior of that case, it's the exterior I find unappealing.
Wow, that looks awesome! But it's sold out
. Really would like something exactly like that, but the "Newegg Replacement suggestions" are totally
*Edit* And it's insanely expensive. Gosh, $160 for a tiny case, I can't do that.Edited by janas19 - 7/29/13 at 10:35pm