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    Default Minimalist Mini-Tower from Sharkoon

    Sharkoon expands its range of small cases and introduces two new living room suitable mini-towers.

    The CA-I Mini-ITX PC Case is an elegant aluminum mini-tower in a compact design. Thanks to its elaborate compartmental layout the mini-ITX case offers a surprising amount of space for the installation of components and, in addition, uses conventional ATX power supplies The slightly larger CA-M Micro-ATX PC Case is compatible with micro-ATX as well as mini-ITX, and offers nearly identical features but also the possibility to install up to four expansion cards
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    Default Re: Minimalist Mini-Tower from Sharkoon

    Will need a stock or very low profile cpu cooler. The shape and size kind of limits where it can be placed in a HT setting. Still pretty sleek design.
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    Default Re: Minimalist Mini-Tower from Sharkoon

    Quote Originally Posted by Cyberburnout View Post
    Will need a stock or very low profile cpu cooler. The shape and size kind of limits where it can be placed in a HT setting. Still pretty sleek design.
    The specs say it has 105mm clearance for the CPU cooler, which isn't bad. You can get a Cryorig C1, Noctua NH-L12, Thermolab LP53, Silverstone NT06-PRO, etc in there, so you can actually get some decent cooling.

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    Default Re: Minimalist Mini-Tower from Sharkoon

    Quote Originally Posted by Ciarlatano View Post
    The specs say it has 105mm clearance for the CPU cooler, which isn't bad. You can get a Cryorig C1, Noctua NH-L12, Thermolab LP53, Silverstone NT06-PRO, etc in there, so you can actually get some decent cooling.

    Thanks. I missed that spec. That makes it a bit more attractive knowing I could use a worthy cpu cooler.
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    Default Re: Minimalist Mini-Tower from Sharkoon

    To dam small.

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