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Do you need to get a full tower? No, not if you don't want one.
Would it be a good idea? I don't know, since I don't know you, but if you're comfortable with your technical skills, sure, it's possible. I don't think it's really any harder than putting together a Lego set.
If you want to know what hardware would be worthwhile, there's a very helpful guide in this forum.
If you have any questions, you can just ask, and we can deliver answers.
You'd need to have some rather extensive hardware needs to require a Full tower.
Sure, you probably don't want to get an ITX or Micro-ATX case, but a common size is enough for most everybody.
But there's nothing wrong with getting a larger tower, if that's what you want.
My favorite thing about Full Towers is the simple fact that it's sooooooo much easier to route cabling & such. If you have big hands, for example, or iffy hand-eye coordination (OR if you drank too much coffee & you're a bit jittery now) more space in your case is so nice. But pretty much any computer part outside of a few beefcake heatsinks can be installed just fine in any Mid Tower. Basically, you'll swear less when building a Full Tower vs a Mid Tower...and *that* might be worth it! :D
Edited by Drainbow on 12/4/2012 6:23 PM PST
Zomg Chelsi we agree on something!!!!
Yeah the Cooler Master HAF series are sooooooooo awesome, be it the 932 or HAF X 942 (I got the 942...bigger side window!) Can't go wrong either way.
Edited by Drainbow on 12/4/2012 6:30 PM PST
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