PC Case - Cheap One

  Mo H 22:03 03 May 2004

Am getting a Shuttle AK32 Mobo and wondered if anyone could suggest a cheap case, preferably a tower.

Size is 305mm x 245mm and it is ATX

Have lookde on ebay and some people have said that the reason for selling is case is to small/big etc.

Does an ATX mobo not fit an atx case in ALL cases

  ThePharcyde007 22:08 03 May 2004

click here

this one by maplins looks the dogs and is only £29.99 at the moment, it is copper annodised and looks good!

  Beas-Knees 22:09 03 May 2004

Take click here look here, you won,t find much cheaper

  Beas-Knees 22:11 03 May 2004
  Mo H 22:18 03 May 2004

Quite like the look of this one. But will my motherboard fit in?

Mercedes Style PC-179 ATX Tower Case 350w PSU Red

click here

  Beas-Knees 22:22 03 May 2004


  GaT7 22:23 03 May 2004
  Gongoozler 22:25 03 May 2004

The cheap JNC cases from Ebuyer ar every good for the price. Admittedly the metal is thin and the plastic a bit flimsy. You have to take care that you don't cut your hands on the few sharp edges inside (most edges are rolled for safety and rigidity), but the cases are about £15 each with power supply and you can't get much cheaper than that

  Gongoozler 22:30 03 May 2004

Regarding the case size. An ATX motherboard won't fit a MicroATX (mATX case), these are usually the ones with only two 5 1/4 inch bays at the front. A case is too big when it won't fit under your desk ;-).

  Mo H 22:34 03 May 2004

A big thanks that is!!!

  woody 02:12 04 May 2004

I have an old (was w98 set up) tower which i was wondering what to do with it.
I see a new one is circa £10 so now i know it is really worthless.

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