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Smallest Case for Motherboard

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I have an Asustek A7v400-MX motherboard and I would like to find the smallest case I could put it in.  I will not need a bay for a CD or DVD drive.  I would like to keep the floppy if possible.
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Nigel
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check this could help: http://www.directron.com/7kj9bb.html
http://www.directron.com/ws02bk.html


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Thank you
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