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    Micro ATX Athenatech case

    You may want to check out this case if you dont want to build a custom case or don't mind putting your case in the trunk.
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    I think I just found my new HTPC case

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    Toms Hardware reviewed this case, it was the only MicroATX case in their review, and the quote I have says "There is no reason we would not recommend this case for purchase" or something like that. It was the selling point for me. Very well organized case.
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    True, it is a very nice case.

    Wouldn't it be cooler if it came with a DC PSU?

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    Rafster

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    Quote Originally Posted by kami333
    I think I just found my new HTPC case
    it works great for that, we actually have one sitting there right now. It's kind of a pain to build, but that goes with pretty much any microatx case. It is a really nice case though

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    Quote Originally Posted by Providence
    Toms Hardware reviewed this case, it was the only MicroATX case in their review, and the quote I have says "There is no reason we would not recommend this case for purchase" or something like that...
    Yeah, that sounds like a pretty solid recommendation.

    I have to say, there is no reason I wouldn't recommend that someone interpret that as a positive review.

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    Arrow

    Another MicroATX Case they thorougly dissected.

    eCar, have you actually BEEN to Tom's Hardware? This is probably the most comprehensive tech review site on the Internet. Plus, they don't bull**** or play favorites.

    Here is a link to the review of the A100SC. Speaks for itself.

    This is the case they currently recommend for Micro ATX applications.
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    Sure, I've been posting in THG's community for a few years. I was just making a joke.

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    i can't tell if it accepts full height pci/agp cards. can anyone else?

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    This is the microATX case that I'm going to get. It is small, made of all aluminum for light weight and good heat dissipation, and can take a full size PCI card. And it has a SFX form factor power supply, so should be able to swap directly with the 150w Opus.
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