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Old October 21, 2008, 05:24 AM
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Default WTB: A nice eATX case.

Currently looking at what NCIX has to offer, but I want to see what else is out here. Must support EATX motherboards.

On another note, I find it funny that "EATX" stands for "extended advanced technology extended".
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i got one of these i "may" sell: NCIX.com - Buy Silverstone Temjin TJ05B-X Black E-ATX Case 4X5.25 2X3.5 8X3.5INT No PS W/ Window & Temp Control - TJ05B-X In Canada.
i think its the non-X version, so same but no little display on the front.

im in ottawa so not too far.
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eATX is actually most common in rack servers. Its for server boards, specifically the variety that support 32-64 GB of ram, or dual processors. Now, I assume you are building a Tyan, or a Supermico server to take over the internet with a new application? Oh, its a gaming machine LoL. OKies, move over to Atic.ca and thats where you will find a ST mobo and ram, and xeons for less than NCIX. I was gonna go that route once to. THey have decent cases, but, really good eATX are meant to bolted on their sides inposts. Called Server posts. Can expect up to 750 for the case, and still have to strip ti PSU out. ALthough, they are generally more superiour than a tower ( BUILT for UPTIME )
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CSE-743TQ-R760 : 4U Rackmount/Tower Chassis for Dual-Intel Xeon System w/ SAS/SATA (12inx13in E-ATX) / 7xFF Slots / 8x3.5" SAS/SATA Hot-Swap / 760W 2+1 Triple-Redundant PSUCash Discounted Price : $774.00Regular Price : $789.48<A href="http://atic.ca/index.php?page=add&sku=30374"> SKU : 30374SuperChassis SC743TQ-R760 (Beige)P/N : CSE-743TQ-R760Key Features

1. Triple Redundant 760W Power Supply
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Drive Bays
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9. Locking Bezel with Filter
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Please Note: Full SES2 Support is only available on SAS motherboardsSpecfications Weight :29.50 KG Shipping Weight :33.50 KG Dimensions :437mm x 178mm x 648mm Notes :Standard Parts List Part NumberQtyDescriptionSC743TQ-R760 ChassisCSE-743TQ-R760

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Wow, not bad considering what you get. Still, it's a shame it's ugly as sin. And 30 KG!!
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heheh thats true, but, it ROCKS!!, its butt ugly, and its 40 KG LOL. There are others, but, supermicro is kinda the icing on the dual processor enclosure cakes
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