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    Micro ATX cases ?

    Anywhere you guys would recomend at decent prices ?

    Seen a nice Antec one on ebuyer (£45 !!), but only half height PCI cards can be taken..so, any offers for these to ?

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    Antec Aria?
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    This is the one i was looking at, but i dont really want to spend that much :\

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    Antec Aria?
    Its £70 at MD !!
    I could pick up a socket A shuttle for about 30 quid more !
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    I've got a chieftec one which I was pretty happy with.

    http://www.cclcomputers.biz/specs/ca.../1007/spec.htm
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    Thats quite nice.
    Would prefer a desktop style one though, as its going to sit under the TV.
    http://www.ebuyer.com/customer/produ...duct_uid=51336 looks ok.
    Its only going to be running an older P3 system for downloading / linux use ect...
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