We really love the m-ITX form-factor. Its small components allow for some really interesting orientation combinations. We travel from the cylindrical tower of the White Knight to the minuscule comfort of the Gamemax Mini Healer. This case is tiny as it has a volumetric capacity of only four liters. That’s about eight cans of soda.
With even less space for components, how would the Mini Healer hold up on our test bench? Would it even be worth the time and effort to build one? And what’s up with that PSU? Find out the answers to all of those questions in the video below.
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