Good case for Dual PIII-933?

bahree

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Hi Guys,
I am thinking of running a dual PIII 933 Mhz system. This is for home use. Can you recommend which is a good case? I am looking for a Full Tower ATX case.

Thanks,
Amit.
 

Vegito

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Depends on how big your motherboard is, if the size is bigger, you get one case, if the processor are placed where it should be, if the things are in the way, etc. What board are you getting ?
 

Maverick2002

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if you want a case that is relatively cheap and easily modified, go for an Inwin
if you want a SUPER quiet case the Fong Kai 320 is SWWWWWWWEEEEEEEEEEEEETTTTTTTTT, but more expensive
and you could always spend a s***load and get a wtx or a custom case.........
 

mechBgon

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If it were me, I'd get an Antec 1030. It has two front and two rear 80mm fan ports in addition to the power-supply fan, it comes with two of the four fans included, and one of the front fans is in the hard-drive bay, feeding cool air between your hard drives. People are getting them from Onvia.com (free shipping is nice on cases). Another idea would be the Lite-On FS020, which has three 120mm fan mounts and comes with one 120mm fan.
 

markymark618

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Get the Fong Kai 320...the price is not that bad. It can house dual p3's or xeon processors. About $100 plus s/h.
 

Fingers

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addtronics, get the 7896, it's awesome, and of course the 400 watt power supply