Novatech Stealth Micro ATX PC Case - No PSU - £16.99 / £19.38 delivered / Free c&c - Novatech
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Novatech Stealth Micro ATX PC Case - No PSU - £16.99 / £19.38 delivered / Free c&c - Novatech

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Found 5th Mar 2017
Not really a deal but a very good case for building a pc on the cheap. The features and flexibility of this case are mental for the price. the specs are as below. And postage from £2.37! Or collect in store.
Model Name
Novatech Stealth Micro ATX PC Case
Case Type
Micro ATX/ITX
Dimensions
42.8cm (H) x 39cm (D) x 20.8cm (W)
Chassis
Exterior and Interior Matt Black Coating
Front Panel Material
ABS+Mesh
Side Panel Material
SPCC 0.5mm/Window Side
External Colour
Matt Black
Internal Colour
Matt Black

2.5" SSD
x 3
3.5" Drive Bays (Hidden)
x 2
PCI Expansion Slots
x 5

Cooling Systems
Front: 1 x 12cm Blue LED Fan (installed); 2 x 12cm fans (optional)
Top: 1 x 12cm fan (optional)
Rear: 1 x 12cm fan (optional)

External Ports
USB
2.0 x2, 3.0 x1
HD Audio
Headphone x1; Microphone x1

Motherboard Support
Extended ATX
No
Standard ATX
No
Micro ATX
Yes
Mini ITX
Yes

Power Supply
Location
Bottom
Installed
No
Type
ATX

Warranty
Novatech Warranty
1 Year

Features

2pcs Tool Free for HDD
Supports Graphic Card Up to 318mm & CPU Cooler Up to 160mm
Cable Management: 19mm
Community Updates

Groups

33 Comments
for the money looks pretty good, budget case for a budget system
Original Poster
ando

for the money looks pretty good, budget case for a budget system



Has all the right features USB3, 3 large fan mounts, big GPU support CHEAP!
Perfect for a Ryzen build, heated.
Original Poster
tempt

Perfect for a Ryzen build, heated.



yep I am holding out for the Ryzen r5 :-)
Not very stealth with a bright blue light..but!
flec

Not very stealth with a bright blue light..but!



Suppose you could disconnect the lights.
Heat just for NOVATECH.
heat for the window
PulisOut

Suppose you could disconnect the lights.



Yes that's not very difficult
For the life of me I cannot understand how these guys can sell a computer case - and from the looks of it pretty solid build quality- for under 20 quid and still make a profit.
flukeskywalker

Not really a deal


Then this needs to go on notukdeals.com (_;)
Original Poster
dewonderful

Then this needs to go on notukdeals.com (_;)



Not a deal as in a reduction, but bloody good value! And bit of a heads up to the PC building community
this looks like an advertisement
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No thanks when my benefits come in I'll have a nzxt or corsair case
Think im going to bite the bullet and attempt my 1st (budget 1080p) pc build would love to see what you guys think and if you would swap or tweak anything.

G4560 £55 from AWD-IT (for a 1080 build im not sure anything can beat this chip for around the same price)?
This case £19.38
EVGA 500W 80+PSU from Novatech £36.37 (any cheaper on par PSU's out there)?
Windows 10 64 bit Pro on a usb stick from eBay with license £15.99 (sounds too good to be true but seller has good feedback).
MSI-B250 Pro VDH Mobo from ebuyer £67.36 (bit stuck with the G4560 and found out i need a B250 and this looked best bang for buck)?
8GB 2400 DDR4 Skill Ripjaws V series £51.30 AriaPC (need to buy 2x8gb for £102.60 for this price but plan on using it in another PC).
RX480 4gb Asus Radeon Dual OC FREE Doom £149.99 Overclockers.
2TB HDD WD 5400 RPM SATA 6 Gb/s 64MB Cache 3.5 Inch £64.99 CCL (looked at ssd and m.2 and 1TB HDD but this seemed a better choice for the money).

Total just over £460.


Edited by: "utopiangames" 6th Mar 2017
Allways been told not to get a cheap PSU, and about to build my first computer. Any advice whether to go for the case with the psu for £34.99 or should i buy it seperately?
Original Poster
derms

Allways been told not to get a cheap PSU, and about to build my first … Allways been told not to get a cheap PSU, and about to build my first computer. Any advice whether to go for the case with the psu for £34.99 or should i buy it seperately?


spend a little more on a branded quality PSU, although I have a novatech power supply in my overclocked i7 2600k water cooled system with a gtx780 and it has been great for over three years
utopiangames

Think im going to bite the bullet and attempt my 1st (budget 1080p) pc … Think im going to bite the bullet and attempt my 1st (budget 1080p) pc build would love to see what you guys think and if you would swap or tweak anything.G4560 £55 from AWD-IT (for a 1080 build im not sure anything can beat this chip for around the same price)?This case £19.38EVGA 500W 80+PSU from Novatech £36.37 (any cheaper on par PSU's out there)?Windows 10 64 bit Pro on a usb stick from eBay with license £15.99 (sounds too good to be true but seller has good feedback).MSI-B250 Pro VDH Mobo from ebuyer £67.36 (bit stuck with the G4560 and found out i need a B250 and this looked best bang for buck)?8GB 2400 DDR4 Skill Ripjaws V series £51.30 AriaPC (need to buy 2x8gb for £102.60 for this price but plan on using it in another PC).RX480 4gb Asus Radeon Dual OC FREE Doom £149.99 Overclockers.2TB HDD WD 5400 RPM SATA 6 Gb/s 64MB Cache 3.5 Inch £64.99 CCL (looked at ssd and m.2 and 1TB HDD but this seemed a better choice for the money).Total just over £460.




That HDD is too slow, it will be really noticeable. get at least 7200 RPM if you can't afford SSD
[quote=coventgamer]8GB 2400 DDR4 Skill Ripjaws V series £51.30 AriaPC (need to buy 2x8gb for £102.60 for this price but plan on using it in another PC)./quote]

This doesn't scan right, its sounds like you're intending to just use one stick in you're new PC, shouldn't you need a pair for this PC (or has the PC buildling world change since my last build) ie 2 8s or 2 4's.
Just checking I appreciate you may have meant 2x 2x 4Gb,
thorabcd

[quote=coventgamer]8GB 2400 DDR4 Skill Ripjaws V series £51.30 AriaPC … [quote=coventgamer]8GB 2400 DDR4 Skill Ripjaws V series £51.30 AriaPC (need to buy 2x8gb for £102.60 for this price but plan on using it in another PC)./quote]This doesn't scan right, its sounds like you're intending to just use one stick in you're new PC, shouldn't you need a pair for this PC (or has the PC buildling world change since my last build) ie 2 8s or 2 4's.Just checking I appreciate you may have meant 2x 2x 4Gb,



The Mobo is Dual Channel so having a pair would take advantage of the speed benefit, however it would still work with a single stick
Thanks guys really appreciate the advise, will look again at 7200 RPM and also at 2x4gb ram (think 8gb in total will be fine)?

Edited by: "utopiangames" 6th Mar 2017
utopiangames

Thanks guys really appreciate the advise, will look again at 7200 RPM and … Thanks guys really appreciate the advise, will look again at 7200 RPM and also at 2x4gb ram (think 8gb in total will be fine)?



Yeah the HDD is important for general performance, you could always get a smaller but faster one for now to install the OS on, and when you need extra storage buy a second large HDD that you can use for storage only that doesn't need to be as fast. RAM amount is completely dependent upon what you plan to use the PC for. Check recommended specs for the programs/games you will be using and aim to beat those specs if at all possible.
utopiangames

Think im going to bite the bullet and attempt my 1st (budget 1080p) pc … Think im going to bite the bullet and attempt my 1st (budget 1080p) pc build would love to see what you guys think and if you would swap or tweak anything.G4560 £55 from AWD-IT (for a 1080 build im not sure anything can beat this chip for around the same price)?This case £19.38EVGA 500W 80+PSU from Novatech £36.37 (any cheaper on par PSU's out there)?Windows 10 64 bit Pro on a usb stick from eBay with license £15.99 (sounds too good to be true but seller has good feedback).MSI-B250 Pro VDH Mobo from ebuyer £67.36 (bit stuck with the G4560 and found out i need a B250 and this looked best bang for buck)?8GB 2400 DDR4 Skill Ripjaws V series £51.30 AriaPC (need to buy 2x8gb for £102.60 for this price but plan on using it in another PC).RX480 4gb Asus Radeon Dual OC FREE Doom £149.99 Overclockers.2TB HDD WD 5400 RPM SATA 6 Gb/s 64MB Cache 3.5 Inch £64.99 CCL (looked at ssd and m.2 and 1TB HDD but this seemed a better choice for the money).Total just over £460.



Check this build out instead, similar but cheaper uk.pcpartpicker.com/lis…DKZ
I did look at this as I'm in the market for a few cases for home webservers. But I wasn't happy with the design and fittings available. So if anyone see a simple square box for the same price let me know :-)
PulisOut

I did look at this as I'm in the market for a few cases for home … I did look at this as I'm in the market for a few cases for home webservers. But I wasn't happy with the design and fittings available. So if anyone see a simple square box for the same price let me know :-)


https://static.hotukdeals.com/images/threads/2623007_1.jpg
Grubs

Check this build out instead, similar but cheaper … Check this build out instead, similar but cheaper https://uk.pcpartpicker.com/list/BKLDKZ



Thanks for your build, i just bought an RX480 from overclockers with doom for £150 but i did go ahead and order the g4560, mobo and HDD from BT so many thanks for that!

Wondering about ram...could i use 2400 or would 2133mhz be cheaper more suitable?

Edited by: "utopiangames" 6th Mar 2017
biggysilly



Ideal thanks but still now DVD slot :-)
Fairly sure this is a rebranded RaidMax case. Heat!
Edited by: "faintaxis" 7th Mar 2017
hcc27

Yes that's not very difficult :)For the life of me I cannot understand … Yes that's not very difficult :)For the life of me I cannot understand how these guys can sell a computer case - and from the looks of it pretty solid build quality- for under 20 quid and still make a profit.



​Because it's really cheap pressed pig iron (_;)
Anyone get this case? How's the noise off the front fan?
Anyone know gpu length I can put into this?
Original Poster
Husla

Anyone know gpu length I can put into this?


anything there is loads of room, the full width of the case nearly
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