CORSAIR 380T White Portable Mini ITX Case £69.98 @ Amazon (also avail. @ novatech with 4% Tcb - link in comments)
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CORSAIR 380T White Portable Mini ITX Case £69.98 @ Amazon (also avail. @ novatech with 4% Tcb - link in comments)

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Found 14th Jul 2015
Compatible Corsair Liquid Coolers
H55, H60, H75, H100i

Dimensions
393mm x 292mm x 356mm

Case Motherboard Support
Mini-ITX

Maximum GPU Length
290mm

Maximum CPU Cooler Height
150mm

Maximum PSU Length
160mm
Case Expansion Slots
2

Case Drive Bays
(x2) 2.5in
(x2) Combo 3.5in/2.5in

External Connections
(x2) USB 3.0
(x1) Fan Controller
(x1) Headphone Port
(x1) Microphone Port

Fan Mount Locations
Front: (x2) 120mm or (x1) 140/200mm
Rear: (x1) 120mm
Side: (x2) 120mm

Fans Included
Front: (x1) 140mm
Rear: (x1) 120mm

Radiator Mount Locations
Side: 240mm

19 Comments


I think people are going to start moving away from the traditional ATX cases and opting more for Mini-ITX ones like this. I've been tempted to sell my Fractal R4 for it from Scan (Around £75 I think). Shame I can't find any good deals on decent MATX Z77 boards

Heat added

Very nice. Could easily water cool the CPU and GPU in this.

Does that mesh really filter the dust out well?

hitman007

Does that mesh really filter the dust out well?



It's just corsair's design choice it's not to filter dust. I suspect the front fan has a dust filter under the mesh, could be wrong.

mamboboy

I think people are going to start moving away from the traditional ATX … I think people are going to start moving away from the traditional ATX cases and opting more for Mini-ITX ones like this. I've been tempted to sell my Fractal R4 for it from Scan (Around £75 I think). Shame I can't find any good deals on decent MATX Z77 boards :(Heat added



I think matx is the sweet spot for most. It's small enough yet provides the majority of options you get on full. dual gpus being one such option - even people never buy a second, the option is still there

I thought that a decade ago, it hasn't happened yet! PC master race types want cases that can accommodate HUGE graphics cards and heatsinks and traditionally it's only really ATX boards can OC properly. Shuttle and the likes can sell you something that's hard to compete with, financially instead of self building, that's what I blame it on.

Where is the accomplishment in buying pre-built?!

Had a look at the manual, doesn't show any front/side filters. It's a real shame when they don't include these on cases. I much prefer a dust filtered case.

rev6

It's just corsair's design choice it's not to filter dust. I suspect the … It's just corsair's design choice it's not to filter dust. I suspect the front fan has a dust filter under the mesh, could be wrong.


Rhythmeister

I thought that a decade ago, it hasn't happened yet! PC master race types … I thought that a decade ago, it hasn't happened yet! PC master race types want cases that can accommodate HUGE graphics cards and heatsinks and traditionally it's only really ATX boards can OC properly. Shuttle and the likes can sell you something that's hard to compete with, financially instead of self building, that's what I blame it on.



If you fiddle with your PC a lot it is easier to do it in a big case. Once upon a time massive server towers were the thing to have.

I do like this though. Neat little package.

mamboboy

I think people are going to start moving away from the traditional ATX … I think people are going to start moving away from the traditional ATX cases and opting more for Mini-ITX ones like this. I've been tempted to sell my Fractal R4 for it from Scan (Around £75 I think). Shame I can't find any good deals on decent MATX Z77 boards :(Heat added


I think the same. My ITX case has alot of free roam that i will never need. But these mico itx cases make use of every bit of space. I would consider upgrading to one, but my current the mobo/cooler(maybe) wouldn't fit.

Edited by: "RyanBest" 15th Jul 2015

Rhythmeister

I thought that a decade ago, it hasn't happened yet! PC master race types … I thought that a decade ago, it hasn't happened yet! PC master race types want cases that can accommodate HUGE graphics cards and heatsinks and traditionally it's only really ATX boards can OC properly. Shuttle and the likes can sell you something that's hard to compete with, financially instead of self building, that's what I blame it on.


MATX motherboards have improved a lot over the years. Back then MATX generally meant less features and less overclocking abilities and weren't really an option for gamers/overclockers.
Now they go head to head with full ATX and pretty much equal them... apart from having 4 PCI-E/Ram slots, which lets be honest... most people don't need.
Also watercooling is much more affordable than it was back then.
Edited by: "mamboboy" 15th Jul 2015

Gutted.. paid £20 more last week!!

It looks like a cat carrier!

http://res.cloudinary.com/monsterpetsupplies/image/upload/v1431943038/850853_ftjti8.jpg



Edited by: "Sholan" 15th Jul 2015

Good price but my green itx prodigy with full dcmiflex dust filters is a hell of a lot cleaner.

Looks nice.
I did my micro-atx with lego, was cheaper

Sholan

It looks like a cat carrier!



Just what I thought!

Isn't this just a big thing designed to look like a small thing. The Youtube videos I have seen show this to be not appreciably smaller that an average desktop.

The trouble with small is heat dissipation. Until they can design a board where the cpu is not in the middle.
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