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    Alternative case to voompc/ampie

    I'm a newbie, but i HAVE tried to search for an answer to my question first...

    I've been looking at the voompc / ampie enclosure with M2 Power supply. However i believe its a bit too small and squeezy for me, and not happy to loose the PCI slot.

    Can someone offer an alternative rugged case?
    Reason for the PCI is for an Audigy card - would rather have a card over USB cause it cuts down on extra boxes + cheaper!

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    build your own case


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    Why use a case at all?
    Have you looked in the FAQ yet?
    How about the Wiki?



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    Quote Originally Posted by DarquePervert View Post
    Why use a case at all?
    Have to use something to put all the components together in, to protect them? Dont want a mainboard + hard-drive bouncing around in my boot!

    Might do a search for "how to build your own case" later today, but i do like the look of the voompc/ampie case...

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