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O11D Mini Snow White $129.99 at Newegg

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Snow white edition actually in stock (though $10 more than it debuted at). Been chasing this version for a while and finally found one at a reasonable price.

Super dynamic case able to handle tons of hardware (watercooling) with multiple motherboard sizes.

https://www.newegg.com/p/N82E16811112595

Review of the case:
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=foCprDY3Ie4
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Not sure why these expensive cases limit 3.5" disk to 2 slots only…
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Quote from supersteals :
Not sure why these expensive cases limit 3.5" disk to 2 slots only…
Or the fact its 4 drives total for a full atx case...
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Or the fact its 4 drives total for a full atx case...
Well it has 'mini' in the name - I believe it's designed to be a compact ATX case that supports watercooling. In order to save space Lian Li would have needed to make a few compromises. Most people no longer use 3.5" drives in their primary computer, and with the almost ubiquitous use of m.2 drives in new builds, the need for 2.5" drives is also declining.
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For better context I would look at this review. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=foCprDY3Ie4
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