I collected dimensions for a number of micro-ATX cases in this old thread:https://techreport.com/forums/viewtopic ... 2&t=116344
Micro-ATX is my preferred form factor for desktop gaming PCs, but there aren't nearly as many different options in this size as there are for ATX. I was quite pleased with a system that I built in a Temjin TJ08-E with a single 120mm radiator and an all-in-one water cooler. To hold the larger radiators that you want, you might consider the Kublai KL06
or Redline RL08
. My current system lives in a Define Mini-C
. It has plenty of room for water cooling, but there are no 5¼" drive bays.
Deciding between the CM NR400 and something similar to an NZXT H500 but with a mesh front.
It appears that NZXT has discontinued the H400i
and all other micro-ATX cases. I haven't used this case myself, but it gets positive reviews. Meanwhile, Cooler Master has a decent selection
of micro-ATX cases.
· R5-3600X, Liquid Freezer II 280, RoG Strix X570-E, 32GiB, RX5500XT, 2TB SX8200Pro +2TB MX500 +NAS, Define 7 Compact, Focus PX-850, S3220DGF +32UD99
· i7-9700K, NH-D15, Z390M Pro4, 32GiB, HD7770, ½TB 960Pro +5TB HD, Define Mini-C, SS-660XP2, U2410