Since becoming a pensioner several years ago, I have built and repaired computers for my children and grand-children. Although I have not had any trouble doing this, I definately do not consider myself a dab hand. My youngest daughter has just bought a new house and wants me to build her a computer. I would like to know of any computer case which is less bulky than the ATX cases I have used in the past. I still want to build the computer with the same knowledge I have used to build the ATX computers. Any information and recommendations would be very much appreciated. Many thanks.
"Micro-ATX" cases are easy to obtain and there is a wide range of motherboards available for them. The assembly methods and component positioning are almost exactly the same as regular sized ATX cases.
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