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EVGA B-Stock Hadron Air Mini-ITX Black Computer Case with 500W Gold PSU - $70 w/FS

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https://www.evga.com/products/pro...MA-1001-RX

$129.99 - $60 Instant Rebate = $69.99 with free shipping (for a limited time).

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To put some perspective on it. I built a computer in this about 6 years ago.
To this day it is still my favorite Mini-ITX case.

I'm buying 2. Thank you for posting. I've been looking at these for years and usually don't find them less than 130 used.
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Last year they were selling on Ebay for $59.99 new. I bought 2 and removed the hard drive cage from the case. It is much better that way.
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says biggest video card it can fit is 10.6 inches, i checked and mine is 10.9 inches. Otherwise I'd buy it.
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it comes with a psu? Thats pretty good deal.. its a gold psu?
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I don't see the power supply unit on my cart when adding the case.
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My current case! I loved this build, was able to shove a mini GTX1080 in there, however the space is tight so air cooling is tough. I use mine with the side panel off.
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Quote from Alucard400
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I don't see the power supply unit on my cart when adding the case.
PSU is built in so keep that in mind with this build.
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Last year they were selling on Ebay for $59.99 new. I bought 2 and removed the hard drive cage from the case. It is much better that way.
How did you remove it? Did you drill out the rivets? How did you mount your hardrives after? It's so big so I want to take mine out as well.
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i dont see it at 60 instant rebate, it shows 30 Frown
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Ya, I saw instant rebate is 30 off not 60 off.
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How did you remove it? Did you drill out the rivets? How did you mount your hardrives after? It's so big so I want to take mine out as well.
I just tried to pop the rivets out using a flat head screwdriver. Not easy but doable. The fan inside the power supply is very noisy. I bought a Noctua fan and replaced it. I don't install any hard drive, just using m.2 drives.
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Just finished building in mine. Fit a GTX 980ti ftw. Turned out pretty good. It's definitely missing some of the creature comforts of a newer case, but can't beat the included psu for the price.
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