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I pretty much have my question in the title.

Is there a small mATX case what will house more than 3 or 4 mechanical hard drives?
No watercooling or graphics card space needed.
 

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Thanks, I didn't you could do that.
What's the difference between an internal and external storage space. Wouldn't they all be internal?
 

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Thermaltake Core V21 Micro Chassis

It's not that small though, and fits crap load of stuff, plus you can always DIY to fit many more drives easily.
And it's cheap.

There are similar cases like this but they actually fit full size ATX. And cost a lot more.

Here you have a big list:

https://pcpartpicker.com/products/case/#sort=price&xcx=0&J=3,20&f=7

21 pages, not just 4 products like above list.
 

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Originally Posted by JackCY View Post

https://pcpartpicker.com/products/case/#sort=price&xcx=0&J=3,20&f=7

21 pages, not just 4 products like above list.
He wants an mATX case. 95% of those are not mATX.

And 4 products in my list? Did you click my link? It's a full page.
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Thanks, I didn't you could do that.
What's the difference between an internal and external storage space. Wouldn't they all be internal?
External 3.5s are for 3.5" fan controllers ... floppy drives (lel) ... WC reservoirs ... card readers ... whatever you want to see/use from the outside of the case. You can put a HDD in them if you wanted, too. Just leave the front bezel in so you won't see the edge of the HDD from outside the case.
 
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