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    So I currently have a NZXT Phantom Full Tower for my PC case, and - for those that own one/have seen one you will know - it's ridiculously huge and heavy. I've been wanting to find a smaller case (still ATX) but one that will still provide good airflow/cable management etc. - I have a GTX 680, so it will need to be roomy enough for that too.

    Any suggestions? (Yeah, it has to be a 'Gaming Case' because I'm so retro like that)
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    I currently have a Fractal Design R3 which I'm looking to get rid of for the same reasons in favour of a Bitfenix Prodigy M when it's released later this month - I like the look of it mainly and thinks it's a little smaller.

    But sorry no suggestions!
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    When I built mine I got a CM Storm Scout Case.

    Was quite good as it comes with handles at the top so it makes it easier to carry around.

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    If you have somewhere wide enough I suggest the Corsair Carbide 540 air...all you cables are in one section in the back, and the board etc are in the front with awesome airflow across them with no drive cages or anything to block it check it out here: Carbide Air 540

    I have my build in it is spot on, enough room for even the biggest of big heatsinks, lots of room for a WC loop and designed to work with any of the corsair hydro coolers (specially driller mounting points)

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