The SP13000 is a standard mini ITX mobo (17mm x 17mm). It will fit in any case that supports the mini ITX boards from what I believe.
I was just wondering what computer cases would fit the sp13000? I tried searching and only found someone selling an sp1300 and C134 case, but when I checked under the mp3car store it says "the M10000 motherboard is the only board that will fit in this case (c134)"
Should the sp13000 be able to fit any case that accepts the other via mobos?
Im going for this case for the sp1300
Travla C134A-M1DC Black
I was looking at another case from this place but its not listed as compatible with the motherboard (Travla C156 - Red/Black)
I am using a Morex 3688 case. It works fine for the SP13000 as long as you don't need to use the PCI slot. It is also under $100. Some of the other Morex cases work well with that mobo too.
i'm building a system using the morex 3688 case,i replace the power supply with a m2-atx,same holes to mount it,another thing that i did is,installing a wireless pci card.it fits in it,i just cut the metal bracket make a hole on the case for the antenna.is a easy way and fast to build a very good carputer.all was done in less than 20 min.
BASSRR ==> [Audio Player/MusicDB/Cd Player/Ripper/Rate/Internet Radio/Audio Capture/Youtube Video]
RRTube ==> [View/Download Youtube Videos]
WifiMan ==> [Wifi Manager]
RRec ==> [Audio Capture]
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i'm building my own out of plexiglass
What about if I don't use low profile RAM? (Just using leftover 512 stick from desktop)
We have updated the store. The SP13000 will fit into the C134 case. The case comes with a low profile heatsink that needs to be exchanged with the existing heatsink on the MB. No other MBS will fit inside this case due to the size of the heatsink and other hardware (ie PCMCIA and CF slot).
slot load cd/dvd bracket fit over. This case is small which means everything fits in very tightly.
Fantastic, hehe this is my setup, the SP13000 fit wonderfully as long as u use ultra low profile memory, and boy its fun gettin all that pc in such a tiny case...
I recommend ordering from logicsupply.com as they seemed to have the best prices on the case mobo and memory, i got my dvd rom and hd from newegg though.
PM me if u have any questions.
Well I just did some measuring, and the space I thought I was going to put it is too small, so now I have room to expand since i'm now using the glovebox. Rather then cramping the c134 and buying new low profile RAM, i think I'm going to get a bigger case.
I now have a space of about 230 mm x x 280mm x 70mm to work with, so I'm thinking about the morex 3688, and seeing if can fit the opus 120 power supply in it which may be tricky because the 120 is a bit bigger then the M2-ATX.
1.77"(W)x6.31"(L) x ~.75"
7.8" x 3.23" x 0.77"
(200mm x 82mm x 20mm)
I guess I'm on another problem here heh