Just scavaging around the loft and found an old pc that we brought over a decade ago...
It's a Intel Pentium 900Mhz CPU or was it 90Mhz... anyway... it's pretty old, non branded, it's got a CD drive, and a floppy drive. The case istself i think could possibly be regarded as a full tower as it about maybe a between a half a foot to a foot taller than my Chieftec Scorpian. It's only got 4 5.25" external bays.
The mind boggles as to why such a gigantic case was ever needed!!!???
Anyway, i was wondering, as it's a big case, would i be able to build a new pc into it?
Is there any way or markings or something visual that i can check to see if it's suitable?
If it all is well then i plan to respray the case as it's dull beige colour is all grimey and fading in areas. I think my bro likes british racing green, maybe a trip to halfords will suffice.
If its a Pentium 90, then the case is probably an AT case so you won't be able to use it for building a new PC.
If a Pentium 900, then the case itself will probably be fine (ATX), but if the Power Supply is less than 300W it would be advisable to get a new one as modern processors tend to suck up a fair bit of juice, and especially if you're going to have a few addon cards in it as well.