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Submitted by mpctips 898d ago | news

NCASE M1: An Ambitious Attempt to Mold a Mini ITX Case for Enthusiasts

Maximum PC: Desktop PCs are shrinking, and if you need evidence of that, just take a look at Intel's Next Unit of Computing (NUC) to see where mainstream systems are ultimately headed. Where does that leave power users and gamers? Well, there still exists a healthy array of full tower desktops and enthusiast-grade components, but for those who want to venture into smaller territory, the next frontier might be the mini ITX form factor. Dell's already gone there with its Alienware X51 PC, but why stop there? Two guys from [H]ardOCP's forums asked themselves the same question, and the answer they came up with is that if they want a mini ITX case intended for PC enthusiasts, they'd need to design it themselves. And so they did. (NCASE M1, PC hardware)

newsguy  +   898d ago
That is a tiny case, and yes, smaller form factors are becoming the norm.
SITH  +   898d ago
That is stupid small.

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