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Promoted 05-17-2016 by Discombobulated at 05:31 AM View Original Post
Amazon.com has Silverstone Tek micro ATX Mid Tower Computer Case w/ 180mm Air Penetrator Fan (Black TJ08B-E) on sale for $59.90. Shipping is free. Thanks bondiablo

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This micro ATX case features a class leading Air Penetrator 180mm fan installed behind the front panel to create virtual airflow (improves on quietness and dust prevention). Offers a removable motherboard tray and top panel, CPU back plate cutout, all black painted interior, removable filters and an aluminum finished front-panel. Accommodates any high end power supply and 2.5"-3.5" HDD - Discombobulated

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Edited May 16, 2016 at 06:17 PM by bondiablo
Amazon has the Silverstone Tek MicroATX MiniDTX, MiniITX Mid Tower Computer Case with Aluminum Front Panel and Steel Body TJ08BE - Black for $59.90. Currently out of stock but still available to order, ships in 2 - 5 weeks.

www.amazon.com/dp/B005DDCDH2
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#3
Paid $100 for this case 2 years ago and using it in this very computer I type on. Worth every penny - top notch quality. This is the best positive case pressure airflow design I've ever seen.The front panel even has a dust collection screen you can slide out and clean as that's where all the dust builds up rather than inside your case.
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#4
Dammit. I really wanted this case a couple months ago and ended up getting something else. If it were this price I would have bought it! Hopefully they will release the Pro version with USB-C soon.
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To say it supports "any" power supply is quite a stretch. 180mm length is the maximum, and that will be difficult. Better to think 140-160mm (and modular will make your life MUCH easier, especially if you hope to use the optical drive bays.
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#6
I have this case as well. Beyond performance, it offers a nice, sleek look and doesn't scream "gamer gaudy" with LED light and crazy paint colors. Well worth $60, IMO.
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Quote from jomeyq View Post :
To say it supports "any" power supply is quite a stretch. 180mm length is the maximum, and that will be difficult. Better to think 140-160mm (and modular will make your life MUCH easier, especially if you hope to use the optical drive bays.
Yes, modular PSU is recommended. The mATX form factor is still a bit tight and the ability to remove/add PSU cables based on your needs is very nice.
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#8
how does this compare to the sg10?
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#9
This case if great.

The cooling is really good with the huge intake fan and that crazy air penetration patent they have for the spiral fan grille that better focuses the air it pushes, and on the lowest setting, it's very quiet. I have 0 fans in my case, besides the 1 intake the case uses and everything stays really cool. Even my CPU is only a heatsink with no fan and it's at 27c right now with a tiny overclock too (3.7 to 4.0). And that's with the fan on low.

Motherboard tray has some depth behind it to hide cables. MB tray is removable. Fan has a switch for Low/High. Has good dust filters. Has a hole to snake in the smaller power connector.

My only complaint, is I wish the entire case was aluminum, as only the front is. The rest is steel.

Here is their air perpetrator design in action:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8m8fC809TK0
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Quote from jomeyq View Post :
To say it supports "any" power supply is quite a stretch. 180mm length is the maximum, and that will be difficult. Better to think 140-160mm (and modular will make your life MUCH easier, especially if you hope to use the optical drive bays.
So my semi-modular PSU itself is exactly 180mm, but it has inflexible connections for the modular cables. Does that mean I could not use this?
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Absolutely love this case. Bought it back in 2013 for quite a bit more than it's listed for now. It houses a build I still use today and the cooling on it is fantastic. Even fit a watercooled push pull setup in the rear for the processor and a 390x for graphics. Really great case and it lays out really nicely on the inside.
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So my semi-modular PSU itself is exactly 180mm, but it has inflexible connections for the modular cables. Does that mean I could not use this?
You should probably be okay. This picture shows what the issues are: http://www.pcper.com/files/imagec...ll-PSU.jpg . The PSU shown there is 160mm. A 180mm will come right to where the bracket on the side starts to bend in. So it will be a squeeze, and you can see that it will be tough to use an optical drive, but the PSU itself should fit.
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Will I be able to fit a gtx1070 in this?
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Quote from jomeyq View Post :
You should probably be okay. This picture shows what the issues are: http://www.pcper.com/files/imagec...ll-PSU.jpg [pcper.com] . The PSU shown there is 160mm. A 180mm will come right to where the bracket on the side starts to bend in. So it will be a squeeze, and you can see that it will be tough to use an optical drive, but the PSU itself should fit.
thx for that. since i don't plan on having an optical drive anyway, i think i should be good to go then.
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#15
This looks like a good handy-sized, in a positive cozy fashion, case. I like it, but I wonder if the airflow really is virtual. Good one, marketing!
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