Hardware Thread, Mini Tower PC Case Required in Technical; I'm requiring a PC case for a project. I'm building a test rig and I need a case that will ...
17th November 2009, 02:20 PM #1
Mini Tower PC Case Required
I'm requiring a PC case for a project. I'm building a test rig and I need a case that will spend all its life in bits - that is with the covers off - whilst being used.
It needs to have a sturdy metal frame and easy access to the psu, mobo area and drive bays, ideally utilising hdd caddies for quick connection / removal. I'll be using sata drives.
Has anyone got any recommendations?
17th November 2009, 04:20 PM #2
tried dedicated bench PC cases?
Tech Station Computer Case Test Bench: HighSpeed PC - water cooling specialists
Or for a bit more style
Antec Mini-Skeleton mITX Performance Chassis - Black/Silver (90w PSU)  Cases Antec
Helped a friend of mine actually build one from scratch - 2 sheets of mdf on metal supports, with a raised bar on the back for expansion cards, and spacers to stop HDD's flying around yet still keeping them easy to get to etc. Spent about a total of £25 on materials and a day's graft/beer/laughing about
Thanks to synaesthesia from:
tech_guy (17th November 2009)
17th November 2009, 09:25 PM #3
Thanks for the links - and I'm quite taken with the idea now of building my own especially as I'll be able to customise some of the features. Who knows might end up selling a few on Edugeek!
18th November 2009, 06:11 PM #4
Certainly gives you a hell of a feeling of satisfaction too
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