Driveless computer cases...
Okay, so I'm looking at building a new PC and I've not kept up with much for the past 5/6 years.
Back then I was living at my parents house, and ended up with three computers on one desk at one point. So all my builds were as small as possible.
So, I currently have the NCase, amazing little thing for the size, but honestly? I'd not want to go that small again. Troubleshooting in that thing is horrific it's so compact.
Anyway, I do still like the idea of somewhat compact builds, but I'm no longer restricted to ITX. So I'm wondering if there's anything on the market like a case without any HDDs (who needs them anymore with m.2), something not much bigger than an ATX motherboard and aluminium ideally.
I'm not too fussed about RGB or windowed side panels (but if it looks good, why not?).
I'm looking at a few cases but nothings really struck me just yet.
I'm not really in to water cooling, never plucked the courage up for it. However I do like AIO's due to the fact that they leave your motherboard fairly accessible. So something with 240mm radiator support would be nice.