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DIYPC - DIY-F2-W MicroATX Mini Tower Case

( 4.4 Average / 16 Ratings )




Part #





MicroATX Mini Tower

Includes Power Supply


Internal 2.5" Bays


Internal 3.5" Bays


Motherboard Compatibility

Micro ATX, Mini ITX

Front Panel USB 3.0 Ports


Maximum Video Card Length

315 mm / 12.402"

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Price History (Excluding Tax) History:


bsmlk 6 points 31 months ago

Aesthetically pleasing mini tower case with side-window to show off internal components. The case is a bit tight to work in, but there are many cooling options to improve air-flow and reduce heat. The hard drive bay is a bit cramped once the PSU cables are organized.

rjay.dr 19 points 31 months ago
from completed build Arctic Zephyr

OEM of the Tecware F3 case that I used. This mini tower gaming case supports all the important specs of an mATX build. Given the price point and all the features it has, this case is a winner.

Titan8881 10 points 28 months ago

For $35 (when we bought it) this case is pretty damn good. You can feel the materials are a little on the cheaper side but the cable management isn't too bad and IMO looks really good. Nice that it comes with two blue LED fans even if they are a little loud. (We may switch them out for two more Corsair Quiet Edition fans as we put one in the front and it is awesome)

jovanmer45 22 points 27 months ago

Great little MicroATX case with Included Usb 3.0 and much more. Great looking case, doesn't feel cheap compared to some of its more expensive competitors (and also better looking that its competitors), and even though cable management could be a little better, for the price and size you can't really get better. Also included some really nice and QUIET blue led fans that support 3 pin mobo fan connections or 4 pin Molex. Couldn't ask for more.

Laxin 3 points 25 months ago
from completed build Chillax Tower

Very good case for its price. Came with a slight scratch on the side of the case without a side panel. Cable Management could be better, but buying a semi-modular PSU should negate this downside.

hensonoftofu 4 points 24 months ago
from completed build First Build, White & Blue Edition

Great case, plenty of space to install and easy installation! Came with 2 pre-installed BLUE LED fans, I love it. Good airflow.

FD2Raptor 5 points 24 months ago
from completed build Quad-cores Budget

It has almost no room for cable management on its back side. The plastic forward part is so thin the LED light shine right through.

A wider MB with 4 DIMM slots will almost guarantee blocking the 2 cables routing holes and you'd end up having to use the holes that was supposed to be the mounting place for SSD/2.5" HDD.

It's a small case and everything will have to fit together very tightly so you will need to plan ahead the order of which components/plug to be put in/inserted first.

If you choose this case, do yourself a favor and get a modular PSU and/or PSU without any sleeving on its cables or has mostly ribbon cables. Also, pick a short PSU; anything longer than 140mm will either partly or fully block the bottom cable routing hole.

JustJearvin 4 points 23 months ago
from completed build 500$ Build

cable management is good,2 fans but spin slowly, but in all its good


TheEnderGamer 14 points 23 months ago
from completed build Lil Bub

When it comes to aesthetics, this case is no slouch. It looks stunning IMO, and was fairly easy to work in. My only gripe came with cable management, but with a case this size that is to be expected.

patricksisto 18 points 22 months ago
from completed build Blue Ice

Please see the massive post above for my feelings on this case. At this price point, including two led fans (out of the 4 possibly that can be placed in the case) this is a steal.

Only thing I dislike is how the side panel has the window set up. I feel like it could be a tad bit bigger, but the way it is keeps both side panels symmetrical.