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    MicroATX MiniTower.

    Im building a MicroATX Sytem, and looking to put it in a mini tower type case.
    - So far the suitable cases ive found are.


    EL-Micro 300W


    Jeantech JNF11S . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AOPEN A340 - Black (stood up vertical) (least fav)


    Powmax Mini Tower

    There all not to bad, and i particalerly like the Handle on the Powmax, but i can find that one anywhere in the UK? (only on ebay.com)

    - Also whatever case i get, i'll proberbly end up with geting a diffrent PSU, (better quality, and quieter!) so it would good if they supported a full ATX PSU, becuase there a lot more of them.


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    Quote Originally Posted by TheAnimus
    As for the filled fresh pasta, i love that stuff... when i've got the money, however i've a computer addication, my mum always said she thinks it would be cheaper if i had herroin addiction, and at least i'd get some fresh air when i went to get a score.

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    bargain
    http://www.scan.co.uk/Products/Produ...roductID=93757

    & another - Suntek TH-722 Micro ATX Case with 300w Power Supply £15
    http://www.retekdirect.co.uk/acatalog/Cases.html & scroll down 1/2 way or so
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    Quote Originally Posted by BUFF
    Currently on TodayOnly for even less

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    Quote Originally Posted by BUFF
    Thats a nice one. thanks.
    - Also, what about the PSU in it, will 270w bee enought for a 3000venice, etc, with single hdd.

    Gorgeous, i saw you post on that case before, its not bad, but is a bit shiny/fingerprinty! (Imho)


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    270w should be fine, i'm getting this case as soon as my student loan comes through. With the shinyness, it depends if your going to be moving it alot, also you could buy a dust cloth...that might make you want to tidy the rest of your room though

    Im planningon putting in 3000 Winnie, 2 * 250gb, 1gib ram, x800...so the power supply should cope.
    Quote Originally Posted by TheAnimus
    As for the filled fresh pasta, i love that stuff... when i've got the money, however i've a computer addication, my mum always said she thinks it would be cheaper if i had herroin addiction, and at least i'd get some fresh air when i went to get a score.

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    Well, im gentley warming to the Enermax, espcialluy if can get one in green, that would cool. But there a blue/silver one at scan [here]


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    Im also a little worryed that the little uATX power supplys will be noisy and annoying, which as the PC is double as a media center in my (small) room at uni might be a problem.

    - Is the psu in the enermax a standard uATX one that i could replace with the Seasonic PSU?
    - If the fan in te enermax a std 80mm size one? (could replace the fan with a quieter one)


    Daniel
    Last edited by oshta; 20-09-2005 at 08:46 PM.

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