mATX is becoming more popular as it becomes possible to fit high end components into a smaller case than was previously possible. This has also lead companies to start producing a wide variety of these cases for users to choose from. [H]ard|OCP recently reviewed one of these cases designed by Thermaltake, the Core X2. The case is 18.3"H x 12.6"W x 21.3"L (465x320x541mm) and all of the intakes have removable filters as well as numerous other features including the ability to be stacked in multiples for better cooling. The side panels can be swapped as can the location of the housing for the USB 3.0, microphone, power and reset buttons giving you a lot of flexibility on how you set up your system. Check out the full review to see what else Thermaltake's chassis can do.
"While you may or may not be in the market for a mATX sized computer case, the Thermaltake Core X2 mATX Cube Chassis has some interesting features for those looking to do custom water cooling and wanting to have some easy ways to show it off. All that aside, just how good of an mATX case is it?"
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