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Microcenter in-store: Supermicro S5 gaming case $47 (down from $99)

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Microcenter has these nice quality cases in store only for $52 (red&black) or $48 (titanium). Newegg, etc has them for $99-$110, which is retail.

Use the retailmenot $5 off $30 coupon to bring them down to $47 or $43. Availability may be limited, but lots of stores show multiples in stock. I picked up the last red and black one in Cambridge MA. This is a very nice case that is well reviewed.

Mid tower ATX and mATX case with 3 120mm fans included but room for 9 and a total of 12 drive bays (modular, unused bays can be removed). I'm very happy with it at this price.

Supermicro S5 Special Edition Mid-Tower Gaming Chassis - Black/Red ($52)

http://www.microcenter.com/produc..._Black-Red

Platinum ($48 -thanks @whirly!)
http://www.microcenter.com/produc...aming_Case

Good reviews:
http://www.tweaktown.com/reviews/...index.html

http://www.tomshardware.com/revie...,4094.html
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Created 07-12-2017 at 05:44 AM by walletNgromice
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The Platinum version is 47.99.. great thing is that 3x120mm PWM fans are included. Got one back in May for 49.99 and is working well.
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The Platinum version is 47.99.. great thing is that 3x120mm PWM fans are included. Got one back in May for 49.99 and is working well.
Haven't seen the platinum version. This s5 black and red is pretty nice. Ventilation is outstanding and the build quality is way beyond what I typically buy for myself (namely $20 cases and a package of bandaids)

Wow. Even better deal since this is cheaper before the $5 off. Wish I'd seen this. Two of those left in Cambridge.

http://www.microcenter.com/product/450657/S5_Platinum_Gaming_Case

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would an e atx fit? like the supermicro x8dti?
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would an e atx fit? like the supermicro x8dti?
Not sure what the official e-ATX sizing is, but the best I could find says no: looks like eATX is 12"x13"

According to the Supermicro page:

Mid-Tower chassis for motherboard support size ATX 12"x10" & Micro-ATX 9.6"x9.6"

https://www.supermicro.com/produc...CGS50-000R
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