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Asus Striker II NSE Motherboard & Computer case compatibility

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June 4, 2012 12:25:53 AM

I have a built in computer and want to change computer case. my old computer case is too big. I would like to order the new computer case from tigerdirect. I am not sure which is going to fit with my current motherboard and powersupply also, I have 3 hard drive(inside hard drive one-build with computer inside..drive d.drive E.. )
please help me. I really need your help.

My Current computer specification is

motherboard:
Asus Striker II NSE Motherboard - nForce 790i SLI, Socket 775, PCI-Express 2.0, 3-way SLI, 45nm Support, USB, eSATA, RAID, Firewire, DDR3 Memory Support
MPN: StrikerIINSE
graphic card:
PNY VCQFX1700-PCIE-PB Quadro FX 1700 512MB DDR2 Workstation Graphics Card - PCI Express 1.0 x16, Dual DVI, HDTV
powersupply:
Rosewill RP600V2-S-SL 600W SLI Ready-ATX12V V2.01 Power Supply
Item #: N82E16817182032

Question 1
I am thinking to buy new computer case either raygo R12-40887 or Apex PC-389?
Anybody know Which one is going to fit with my current computer part?
1. Raygo R12-40887 R86 Mid Tower ATX Case - ATX, Micro ATX, 4x Int 5.25", 4x Ext 5.25", 1x Ext 3.5", 2x Front USB Ports, GrayItem#: R12-40887 | Model#: R12-40887
2. Apex PC-389 ATX Black Mid Tower CaseItem#: A355-2010 | Model#: PC-389

Question 2
I would like to buy smaller and light weight computer case possible. Do you think I can buy mini tower case will be ok to buy it? I have 3 hard drive I do not need to install all of it. Light weight is my first concern. Please recommend for me.
Thank you very much

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a b ) Power supply
a c 128 V Motherboard
June 4, 2012 1:35:19 AM

That MB and disk=c setup will fit in any ATX mid tower case. There is nothing special about the ones you chose in terms of size constraints, so yes, it should work with either case well.
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