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Are there any tiny <$100 non-gaming Mini ITX cases?

minervyx

30 months ago

The Thermaltake V21 (and others) are small for gaming standards, but for someone who just needs a good CPU, some RAM, M2 storage and not much cooling, it would be nice to have something 1/3 the size of a V21.

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  • 30 months ago
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  • 30 months ago
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This has too much volume.

I'm using M2 SSD. I don't need a video card, optical drive, high capacity PSU or more than 1 HDD

  • 30 months ago
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I would suggest anything HTPC from Silverstone

  • 30 months ago
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If you want something very small, you could get this mini case

  • 30 months ago
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You might like the Fractal Design Node 202. I think it's one of the smallest cases on the market. $65 right now or $140 with a 450w PSU. It does have a GPU chamber but you could use that for any PCI-E expansion doesn't have to be graphics, and then you don't lose the use of your PCI-E slot. It does have room for 2 2.5" drives. HardwareCanucks did a good review on YouTube if you want to check it out.

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