What is a mid tower PC?
A computer case, also known as a computer chassis, tower, system unit or cabinet, is the enclosure that contains most of the components of a computer (usually excluding the display, keyboard and mouse).
Any standard ATX case will fit any standard ATX motherboard but dosn't necessarily support Micro ATX or Mini ATX. It depends on the mid tower. I have a full tower and even though it's easily big enough to fit them it dosn't support Mini ATX, Flex ATX or EmbATX.
- Updated: 04/26/2017 by Computer Hope. Short for Information Technology eXtended, ITX is a small motherboard form factor from VIA Technologies that was first introduced in November 2001 with the Mini-ITX.
- Definition of: EATX. EATX. (Extended ATX) An ATX motherboard with an extended length of 13" instead of 9.6". See ATX motherboard and PC motherboards.
- Mini ATX or Mini-ATX is a name used for various motherboard form factors, mainly a 15 × 15 cm (or 5.9 × 5.9 inches) size developed by AOpen Inc.. This Mini-ATX definition is slightly smaller than Mini-ITX.
We break it down for you here. Generally speaking, mid tower cases are shorter/smaller than full tower cases which means they'll have smaller motherboards, lesser fans, and expansion slots. Most mid-towers measure 18 inches or more in height, while most full tower cases measure 22 inches or more.
- Case Size
Average Case Dimensions Height Width Mid Tower Cases 18" 7.5" Mini Tower 14" 7" Small Form Factor Cases 9" 10"
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Updated: 2nd October 2019