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e-ATX motherboard computer in the smallest form factor possible.

Discussion in 'Case Central' started by Mono, Sep 26, 2018.

  1. Mono


    Joined: Nov 7, 2005

    Posts: 246

    Location: UK

    I currently have an Enthoo Primo housing my eATX motherboard and watercooled loop.

    Life was great until I had kids and now need to move the beast to a smaller space. The case is too large and I don't have the budget to build a smaller pc (Plus this one performance wise is still great for my requirements).

    I plan to ditch the case and loop and move to a smaller case air cooled. Has anyone come across a case for this requirement that would work well? I accept that it will still be a midi tower but the smaller the better.

    I require any bay devices and only need space for 2 SSD's & a GFX card (currently 980ti).

    Any thoughts or ideas would be great!
  2. Nemesis379

    Wise Guy

    Joined: Dec 25, 2009

    Posts: 1,811

    Location: London, UK

    I am also in search of a case, the Corsair 400C is actually quite small and also fits e-atx motherboard perfectly.

    If you want something even smaller, you could have a look at Cerberus X PC Case.
  3. Finners

    Wise Guy

    Joined: Mar 27, 2009

    Posts: 2,164

    There are a couple of cube e-atx cases overclockers sell a Corsair one.


    There is another that I have it's called a cooltek jonsbo w2 but just done a quick Google and it seems to be discontinued now.

    It's a compact case but cooling does suffer for it. If you have hot components it becomes quite a hot box as there just isn't enough fans to extract the heart away.
  4. HoneyBadger

    Wise Guy

    Joined: Aug 2, 2016

    Posts: 2,074

    Location: Hoo, Kent

    Phanteks Pro M will fit an EATX. At least it did when I had my X99 Asrock Extreme 11.
  5. Kurgen

    Wise Guy

    Joined: Apr 10, 2015

    Posts: 1,476

    Location: Hungerford, UK, Earth

    i think there's a grey area between ATX and EATX i have just put and EATX board in Bitfenix Nova case.. doesnt the case just have to have the 3rd line of stand offs?
  6. BongoHunter


    Joined: Apr 14, 2014

    Posts: 951

    Is the board you are using the full 13.5" depth of 'proper' EATX?