Well...after all of the muttering about, I finally decided on a case, a SuperMicro SC750-A (Essentially a Addtronics 7890 in disguise). I paid $125 for it (about the same price as a 7890 sans PSU, mine doesn't have one either), but I was able to order it locally and avoid the shipping charges.

I'll probably have a SCSI array in it in the next few months, so I needed a beast like this to contain all the drives, and remain cool at the same time. In addition, I've grown tired of using my 20" box fan to cool my computer down...it gets a little warm here in the south (that's an understatement) and I've wanted to use the thing for something else rather than just cooling my computer.

I'll post some pics when I get it in, and get everything installed...everything ought to be alot neater inside than it is now in my cramped midtower.


Abit BE6-II
700MHz Pentium [email protected]
256MB Mushkin PC133
nVidia GeForce2 GTS 32MB
WD Ultra2 10k rpm 9.1GB
Generic 52x CD-ROM
Tekram DC-390U2W SCSI
Yamaha CRW8424S CD-RW SCSI-2