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I need a bigger tower.

Posted on 2004-05-02
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My question is what type of tower can I switch myPC's guts to? I have an E Machines and I think its great. It's a T1840, the mainboard is a Trigem Imperial, can i use any tower I want? I need more bays both internal and external.   I initially bought it for simple I-net access. However after getting into PC gamming I have invested about $200 more into hardware and software. I have installed a N-Vidia 128MB PCI video card, Creative labs Audigy2 ZS Platnum soundcard (mainly for the ability to use up to 7.1 surround speakers) but i also do some music recording stuff with it. I upgraded the ram to 1GB,  I could go up t 2GB but thats a little over the top for what i do.
I just found out that my mainboard will support a pentium 4 800Mhz CPU. So I will probably do that next.
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Any ATX case will do for you.

This one would do well for you.

http://www.accupc.com/itemDetail.jsp?pid=CSASX1000II
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