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Magarity,

Thanks for help on the previous question.

Regards

David
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Umm, thanks!  I missed where that other thread came from...  you found a case OK, then?
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I have taken your advise to get a name brand case.  I was between minds and the best solution is to get a decent case rather than a cheap n' cheerful one!

The previous thread did turn a bit messy, but did eventually get sorted out.

Thanks for your comment.

David.
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'EnLight' also makes good cases if you want a decent smaller one.  SuperMicros tend to be on the monster-size end of the scale.
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