Mid Tower ATX Computer Cases (1 product)

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In need of a new mid tower ATX computer case? You've come to the right place. At Ebuyer we stock a number of mid tower ATX computer cases from leading manufacturers, all at unbeatable prices. Choose from a range of styles below to find the perfect case for your set up.

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AvP Opius Mid Tower Black Case

  • 2 x 3.5" Internal Drive Bays
  • 2 x 2.5" Internal Drive Bays
  • Max MB Size: ATX
  • Tempered Glass

£ 26.74  inc. vat

£ 22.28 ex. vat

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AvP Opius Mid Tower Black Case

  • 2 x 3.5" Internal Drive Bays
  • 2 x 2.5" Internal Drive Bays
  • Max MB Size: ATX
  • Tempered Glass

QuickFind: 912979

Mfr part code: B33-340

£ 26.74  inc. vat

£ 22.28 ex. vat

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Whether you're looking for a tower upgrade, or are building a new system from scratch, a mid-sized ATX case offers you plenty of options in style and specification. With more room inside than a micro ATX case, these chassis allow you to have more control over system specifications and air flow. As the name suggests, Mid tower ATX cases are a type of computer case that stands between a full tower and Micro tower case. Mid tower ATX cases are incredibly popular as they don't take up much space while still offering enough room for performance parts

What is a mid ATX computer case?

A mid ATX case is a medium sized computer case that is compatible with mini, micro and ATX motherboards. Mid ATX cases measure 12 x 9.6 inches, and have plenty of storage, cooling fans and GPU too - perfect for gamers and daily use.

ATX cases can accommodate most modern graphics cards and as such are excellent for gamers. Most of our mid ATX cases include multiple HDD bays and a pre-installed cooling fan, to help get you started.

Can I fit a Micro ATX motherboard in an ATX case?

Yes, a micro ATX motherboard will fit into a mid-tier ATX case, and you won't have a problem doing this.