I see a lot of smaller form factor motherboard cases for HTPC. But I was hoping to be able to put existing components from my secondary PC into a smaller case.
Basically, I'm wondering if there's any good, ideally affordable ($40-80) ATX cases that still have a bit of a living room styling to them? Something kind of like a BitFenix prodigy or another somewhat cube-like case but the ability to have full motherboard.
Currently these parts reside in an Antec 900 that stands on the floor next to my TV stand (Ikea Expedit shelf
but on the ground sideways so as to be wide and not tall) but I would like something that ideally would fit inside one of the square Expedit shelves.
Shelf height and width:
Width: 12 ½ " 32 cm
Height: 12 ½ " 32 cm
Depth: 13 ¾ " 35 cm
Fitting inside the depth is not that important as there is probably 4 inches between the shelf and the wall.
PC Power & Cooling Silencer 750 RED
EVGA P55 FTW
Hyper 212 EVO
2 x 8gb CL10 GSkill 1600
Xonar DG (kind of not needed because audio over HDMI, but hey it was $20)
WD 640 GB Caviar HDD
DVD drive (Can prob live without it since I have PS3 for Blu Ray)