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Micro ATX and it's case

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I'm doing my first Micro ATX build and I want to take advantage of the size. The Micro ATX desktop cases are definatly appealing but I dont like the options for power to them. It seems like no quality names are on board with making the little guys.

So now I'm looking at what newegg calls the "Micro ATX Mid towers", such as this one. I'm hoping to put in a standard sized power supply but I can't seem to find any specs on the "hole" in these cases.

Anyone messed with these and know if theres small cases out there for micro atx that I can still put some dependable power in? Thanks.

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It's a standard size power supply. You don't need anything specific. The only thing different about it compared to a "normal" case is it's a bit shorter height-wise.
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