Need Help Picking a Case.

We are looking for a solid computer case that has fans included. The motherboard we have picked out is Micro-ATX, we want to make the computer as small as possible. We also don't want it to have a top mounted PSU. We have already gone over our budget with the rest of the build, so the lower the cost the better. We don't want to go over $100 with the case and going over budget makes us want to go less but we don't want to end up with a cheap piece of junk. PLEASE HELP!
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  1. EzioAs said:
    If you want a mATX case, corsair 350D is available for $89

    If you want an ATX case there's the 400R and 500R

    Is there anything cheaper. I do like the cases, but we would like to keep it as cheap as possible.
  2. EzioAs said:

    That's more what we need. The only problem we have with it is the PSU location. Having it mounted on the base is preferred. If there isn't anything better, then we'll probably go with this.
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  4. EzioAs said:

    That one looks great. Has great cooling and is small for an ATX mid-tower.
  5. You're starting to move more into the realm of plastic cases, which is fine for some people. I'd recommend re-looking at the corsair mentioned above. Steel/aluminium at a great price, and the company has an outstanding reputation.
  6. EzioAs said:

    We decided to jump back from Haswell to Ivy Bridge. This dropped us back under budget. This case is perfect and only brings us $10 over.
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