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  1. #1
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    David P, where did you get your case?

    It looks cool and practical.

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    It's an Addtronics 6896A ATX Full-Tower w/300W PS. Addtronics' site is at www.addtronics.com . Oh, and don't come back and tell me I'm an idiot once you look at the pricing .
    David Peters
    "If it's not on fire, it's a software problem."

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    I just set up this same case that I purchased from Jim Hansen at coolcases.com
    (Not sure if his site is up and running yet)
    He is a reseller who can trick them out alittle with extra fans and hardware.
    This is a Great case! Perfect for anyone overclocking and wanting to minimize heat.

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    Cheers David P, and it's only $80. That's not that much. I'll get one if they ship to the UK.

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    sorry, my mistake. $224 with the PSU. Yes that is quite a lot for a case.

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    I paid $158 for the case. It's $144 for the case and 300W PS, and $14 for 2 ball-bearing fans. Shipping was reasonable at $23. I bought the thing right from Addtronics via their online ordering system.
    David Peters
    "If it's not on fire, it's a software problem."

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