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    mATX case that accepts full height cards?

    Are there any mATX caes that accept full height PCI and AGP cards? I'm looking for one that costs £40 or less and cant find any. All the cube cases are £70+.

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    Are you after a desktop case? I think there are plenty of uATX tower cases that can take full height.

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    not particularly pretty but fit your spec http://www.evercase.co.uk/SpecialOffers.htm there are 2 about half way down
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