[LinuxBIOS] A good small mini-ITX case

Russell Whitaker russ at ashlandhome.net
Sun Nov 25 02:02:05 CET 2007

On Fri, 23 Nov 2007, bari wrote:

> ron minnich wrote:
>> Any recommendations? I am trying to house the new SiS mainboard ...
>> need a case that is open and makes it easy to get to parts like the
>> SPI ...
>> ron
> For development I just use a sheet of aluminum (10-12ga) and some Delrin
> standoffs.
> All the mini-itx cases I've seen (in low quan.) cost as much or more
> than the mainboard.
If you're not using a cd-rom, take a look at Morex "Cubid 2699v",
under $100 us.

Size 2.5" high x 11.6" x 10.3"
Has internal 60 w dc-dc power supply and an external ac adapter.
Some vendors will "upgrade" ps to 80 w

Only top cover is removable but it fully exposes the top of the m.b.
The ps is at the right front, m.b. right rear, and hard drive mounts
on left.

There is no room for a standard size cd-rom, and if you use a slimline
you may have a fit problem: with a via pd the back edge of the cd-rom
meets the top edge of the memory stick.

Hope this helps,

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