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Mainstream SFF PC cases that aren’t always out of stock

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If you’ve been in or watching the small form factor (SFF) PC world for any amount of time, you would have seen the lack of stock many of the companies in the market face.

Rather than focusing on these cases that are extremely hard to get. We are looking at some of the best mainstream SFF PC cases you should be able to pick up straight away.

Cooler Master MasterBox NR200

The MasterBox NR200 was released onto the market last year and has been a popular choice for many. The case is made by Cooler Master and is truly one of the better larger ITX cases on the market.

The case allows you to fit triple-slot GPUs, custom water cooling loops, a tool-less design, and easy access thanks to the removable panels. The case doesn’t break the bank either, coming in at just $79.99.

InWin A1 Plus

The InWin A1 has been around for some time now and has established itself in the SFF space. The case supports both SFX and ATX power supplies and radiators up to 120 mm. The case does come in a little more expensive than the others, but it includes a 650 W power supply, saving you the need to get one. The case comes in at $190.

Lian-Li PC-TU150

Lian-Li is one of the largest case manufacturers and has created smaller cases for quite some time now. The PC-TU150, minus the name, is a great SFF case with a well thought out design. It allows for CPU coolers up to 165 mm tall, two 3.5″ drives, 120 mm radiators, GPUs up to 320 mm long.

It also comes with an impressive front IO, including two USB-As, a USB-C, power and reset buttons, and headphone and microphone jacks. The case costs $115 but can be found for cheaper when on sale.

Lian-Li is also entering the SFF market with its new brand Ssupd. You can check out the cases it’s making under the new SFF-only brand here.


The H1 is NZXT’s first case in the SFF market, and it has been great so far. The case comes with a 650 W 80 plus gold power supply, with a vertical form factor. The case also comes with a 140 mm AIO and supports GPUs up to 2.5 slots thick and 305 mm in length. The case comes in white or black and features a tempered glass front panel with the NZXT logo.

Due to the inclusion of the AIO, power supply, and a riser cable, the case is much more expensive than the others on the market. It comes in at $349, which is about normal for cases from the company.

Special mention: Ssupd Meshlicious

Now this one is a little different from the rest. The Ssupd Meshlicious hasn’t hit the market yet but let me tell you why I’ve mentioned it on this list. The company behind Ssupd is the sister company of Lian Li, which has access to a large production line.

Based on this and the case’s impressive specs, I expect it to have much more stock than other Mini-ITX cases. You can learn more about it in this post.

What do you think of the list? Is there any cases we missed that you would have added? Let us know in the comments below.