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This isn't so much a support query as a recommendation request. I'm looking for a new case, as my current one I picked up for less than £10. Ideally the ...
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- 08-25-2005 #1
- Join Date
- Aug 2005
- Peterborough, UK
New Case Recommendations
This isn't so much a support query as a recommendation request. I'm looking for a new case, as my current one I picked up for less than £10. Ideally the new one would have decent cooling capacity (preferably a 120mm fan and however many 80mm fans) and build quality. Thumb-screws and a mobo tray would also be lovely. Anybody got a particularly good case that they'd like to recommend, that fits these (roughly) specs?
Dan\"I am, after all,\" said Pooh, \"a bear of very little brain.\"
MY PC: Athlon XP64 3000+ on a Asus K8V-X mobo w/1GB of non-descript RAM. AGP - GeForce 2 MX400. PCI - Creative Live! 5.1 soundcard. 140 GB and 120 GB SATA WD drives.
- 08-25-2005 #2
I have an Aspire X-Alien with an Antec 450W power supply. The X-Alien has thumb screws, a plexiglass window, a motherboard tray, and six green LED fans (2 front, 2 back, one side, one top). I've had no problem with heat using a Geforce 6800 and an AMD64.Registered Linux user #270181
TechieMoe's Tech Rants
- 08-25-2005 #3
- Join Date
- May 2004
- arch linux
- 08-25-2005 #4
The Antec Sonata is very popular, but it has a restrictive front intake which screams out to be modified. On http://www.silentpcreview.com/, the Sonata "front intake mod" is practically standard.
The Antec P180 offers a lot of features and a lot of cooling capability and well thought out airflow design. However, it's expensive and many consider it too big and heavy.Isaac Kuo, ICQ 29055726 or Yahoo mechdan
- 08-26-2005 #5Originally Posted by IsaacKuo