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* [[Cases: Antec Overture II|Antec Overture II]]: ATX and MicroATX -- Be aware, this case makes it very difficult to replace the power supply should something bad happen to it.  The power supply may have issues and generate noise on the PCI bus under moderate to heavy load, causing reception problems on some tuner cards, such as the [[pcHDTV HD-3000]].
 
* [[Cases: Antec Overture II|Antec Overture II]]: ATX and MicroATX -- Be aware, this case makes it very difficult to replace the power supply should something bad happen to it.  The power supply may have issues and generate noise on the PCI bus under moderate to heavy load, causing reception problems on some tuner cards, such as the [[pcHDTV HD-3000]].
 
* [http://www.antec.com/ec/productDetails.php?ProdID=08738 Fusion]
 
* [http://www.antec.com/ec/productDetails.php?ProdID=08738 Fusion]
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* [http://www.antec.com/us/productDetails.php?ProdID=92400 New Solution NSK 2400]
  
 
== Arisetec ==
 
== Arisetec ==

Revision as of 13:43, 4 October 2006

This page contains a collections of nice cases which can be used when building MythTV systems.

3RSystem

A+ Case

Ahanix

Antec

  • Antec Overture II: ATX and MicroATX -- Be aware, this case makes it very difficult to replace the power supply should something bad happen to it. The power supply may have issues and generate noise on the PCI bus under moderate to heavy load, causing reception problems on some tuner cards, such as the pcHDTV HD-3000.
  • Fusion

Arisetec

HT100 HT201 HT101

Cooler Master

ENlight

Hush

(actually these are complete systems)

NMedia

Origen AE

Sharkoon

Silverstone

Silverstone make a rather nice range of cases - the 'M' versions being uprated for media centre use with a remote control, VFD, and uprated power supply

Thermaltake

Zalman

Bare-bones systems