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    Tiny case for ATX motherboard

    I've decided to turn my old PC into a media center. It's a full size ATX motherboard, so I'm after the smallest possible case to squeeze it into. Any suggestions?

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    Scrap that idea. After seeing how mush my old CPU is going for on eBay, I'm just going to chuck it. It will cost more then the CPU is worth to get it up and running!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rawns View Post
    I've decided to turn my old PC into a media center. It's a full size ATX motherboard, so I'm after the smallest possible case to squeeze it into. Any suggestions?
    They're pretty hard to find, majority of media center cases are aimed at mATX boards. WAE have this one: Slimline 8908B PC Tower Case for ATX and mATX motherboards with 480 W power supply - WAE+

    It's pretty small for an ATX case and looks as though you can lay it on it's side, wouldn't look out of place underneath a Sky box.

    I can't vouch for the case though I'm afraid, never used one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LosOjos View Post
    They're pretty hard to find, majority of media center cases are aimed at mATX boards. WAE have this one: Slimline 8908B PC Tower Case for ATX and mATX motherboards with 480 W power supply - WAE+

    It's pretty small for an ATX case and looks as though you can lay it on it's side, wouldn't look out of place underneath a Sky box.

    I can't vouch for the case though I'm afraid, never used one.
    Cheers for the link, but I'm just going to can it. I only have the mobo, CPU and RAM in working order, so would need a case, PSU and GPU. Just not worth it really.

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