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Edited by TheReciever - 2/25/11 at 10:15am
    
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post #12 of 14
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Originally Posted by somebodysb2;12518255 
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perfect lan case for atx mobos. I love mine
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post #13 of 14
Gonna have to say the CM Elite 341 if you go mATX.

Offers plenty of workspace on the inside yet still small. Can support long video cards, has good airflow. And it's only $40. If you get a scratch or two it's no big deal. Where as if you spend $100 you might make more of a big deal out of it. It also supports coolers as big as the Hyper212+ (but not a mm longer, trust me).

Supports up to 4 80mm/92mm/120mm fans. That's ALOT of air in such a small package. If you have a huge PSU (like a Corsair HX750) then you won't be able to fit it inside without having to remove your optical drives though. With some time I'm sure you could squeeze an optical in there though.

It's also lightweight and comes with a semi-tooless design (the clips for the PCI expansions are good along with 3 of the 4 bays in the front).

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811119193&Tpk=elite%20341

You won't regret spending $40 on such a great case. I've bought 3 of these already for different computers, and will continue to recommend them even after they are discontinued.

The CM Storm Scout would be good for ATX though. I don't understand why people want a regular ATX PC for LAN Partying. Seems like an awful a lot to carry around.
Edited by Kvjavs - 2/25/11 at 10:59am
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post #14 of 14
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Originally Posted by dioxholster;12521673 
btw how do people do lan nowadays when most games got no lan option.

Depends on the event. Plenty of older games still support LAN play, plus part of the reason to go to LANs is the camaraderie - it's great to hang out IRL with like minded gamers and modders. I was at the recent AWOL LAN 17 with 150 gamers and we had a great time even though I probably gamed for less than half the event. Supposedly they had multiple cable connections for 100Mbit of internet, but with 150 people it was pretty laggy. Later today I'm going to an event at a local university and lemme tell ya there's no lack of internet. I've updated Steam at over 10MB. Not megabits. thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by Kvjavs;12522453 
I don't understand why people want a regular ATX PC for LAN Partying. Seems like an awful a lot to carry around.

They probably don't go to that many LAN parties. I've literally been to THOUSANDS of LANs (used to go to a weekly event until it died) and lemme tell ya, SFF is the way to go. I can walk in carrying all my stuff in one trip. Got a strap for my LCD monitor and my gear in a bag for one hand. Other hand/arm carries the SFF rig either with a strap/handle, or under the arm, which BTW "cube" style mATX cases like the X-Qpack2 sucks for that kind of carrying.
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