Opting for the computer desktop case that suits your needs means understanding what you want your computer to accomplish in general. If you intend to use it for gaming, school, or business, or all three, then make some initial decisions. Most case designs have a particular purpose and style, like gaming and ATX computer cases. The size of the case is another factor because specific sizes will limit the components you can install on the new computer. Draw a plan of your overall layout design first, then determine if the case offers sufficient room for your hardware. A further consideration is whether or not it fits in under your desk, on top, on a rack or if it must fit in a limited space. For instance, a mid-tower computer case is 18-inches by 1.5-inches, while a mini-tower is 14-inches by 7-inches.
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