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    OK, my (desktop) Gateway pc is very large for my truck. I want to remove all the components out of it and put them in a smaller case. Problem is: I don't know what kind of case to shop for. Can you assist me with what I should be looking for? ATX, Mini ATX, I don't have a clue.
    Here my gateway specifications:

    Chip set Intel 815EP chip set, which includes the following:
    GMCH
    ICH2
    FWH
    BIOS AMI
    Memory 2 PC 133 SDRAM DIMMs - 512 MB maximum
    Processor Socket 370-pin ZIF socket
    Supports processors with 66 MHz, 100 MHz, and 133 MHz Front Side Bus (FSB)
    Graphics Intel 815EP chip set graphics controller
    Audio Analog Devices AD 1885 AC '97 on-board codec
    Network controller Integrated Intel Kinnereth 10/100 LAN controller
    IDE interface Ultra DMA/100 (dual channel)
    PCI slots Two 32-bit 33 MHz bus-mastering PCI slots
    One 32-bit 33MHz PCI non-bus-mastering slot
    Form factor Flex ATX
    I/O panel 2 PS/2 ports, VGA port, parallel port, serial port, four USB ports, RJ-45 LAN connector, Microphone in, Audio line in, Audio line out
    Design Specifications PCI 2.2
    PCI Power Management 1.1
    ACPI 2.0
    APM 1.2
    DMI 2.0
    AC '97 version 2.1
    Wired for Management 2.0
    PC 99 compliant
    Wake-up events PS/2, USB port in ACPI and APM modes, power button
    Power Management Energy Star/Blue Angel compliant under Windows 98 SE, Windows Me, and Windows 2000
    Management application LANDesk Client Manager
    Management features Internal ambient temperature sensing
    Power supply voltage monitoring
    Remote thermal diode sensing for direct processor temperature monitoring
    Fan tachometer inputs
    Chassis intrusion detection
    Wake on LAN
    PCI card wake-up event
    Preboot execution code
    Case Specifications
    Part number 3500996,3501260,3501284
    Case Specifications:

    St. Louis Micro ATX Tower Case Specifications
    Manufacturer Axxion
    Dimensions (H W D) 15.0 7.0-inch 15.0 inches without bezel
    15.0 7.0-inch 16.0 inches with bezel
    Form Factor Mid-tower
    External Bays 1-dedicated 5.25-inch CD/DVD drive
    1-dedicated 3.5-inch floppy disk drive
    Expansion Bays One external 5.25-inch bay
    2 internal 1-inch hard drive bays
    Other Features Card access cover accesses external expansion slots
    Power button
    Service door removes with two release levers
    200 watt (W) or 250 W power supply
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  • #2
    if the motherboard will fit is the queston
    Pete Kastner www.KastNERD.com

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    • #3
      Make a Case from MDF yourself, a bit of time and a few quid will see you right, im making one for my P4 System that im uupgrading to, :-) Use 12mm MDF,
      P4 Celeron 2.2 - 512MB - OPUS 250 - Audigy SE - BU353 - HQCT - No Speakers though :-(

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      • #4
        You do realize that this thread is over two years old...
        I think the OP has gotten his case together by now...
        Have you looked in the FAQ yet?
        How about the Wiki?



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        • #5
          Thats True, or maybe i hit submit two years ago :-)

          Thanks though, obviously this thread is slow to have new posts.
          P4 Celeron 2.2 - 512MB - OPUS 250 - Audigy SE - BU353 - HQCT - No Speakers though :-(

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          • #6
            LOL, well since the thread is revived I may as well add to that he should build his own case.
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            I'm hungry

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            • #7
              Originally posted by KaBoOoM View Post
              LOL, well since the thread is revived I may as well add to that he should build his own case.
              Uhhh, ya', been dere, done dat.


              (funny, seeing that old thread)
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