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ATX Case that includes a power supply?

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Voodoomelon, Jan 19, 2003.

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  1. Voodoomelon

    Voodoomelon Thread Starter

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    Hey all,
    Im just wondering if anyone knows of any ATX tower cases out there, preferably with an aluminium/black finish and front door, that include a power supply capable of powering a Pentium 4 3Ghz that may be overclocked to 3.5Ghz in the future?
    I haven't found any solutions where the case includes a powerful enough power supply. I'm looking to buy from England for about €150 / stg£90-100, and thats how I want to buy them, together in one package.
    Thanks!

    P.S.

    I have been looking at Chieftec Matrix and Scorpio cases which include 360w and 340w power supplys respectively. Are either of those power supplies capable of powering a P4 3.5Ghz?



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  3. Voodoomelon

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  4. coolhand420

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    try pricegrabber.com gives a whole list of differnt cases suppliers and there prices i used it too put together my whole puter after checking my local store to compare i saved about $300us just on the basic hardware commponents case, mobo. ect...
     
  5. coolhand420

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    you can refine pricegrabbers search to meet your specs i.e. aluminum cases w/350w power supply!
     
  6. Voodoomelon

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    Nice one thanks, buy i think i'll buy the Chieftec Matrix case from Komplett.ie. Finally, an Irish site!
     
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