Baby-AT/mATX dual-form-factor case needed

Discussion in 'Computer Support' started by Hackworth, Oct 6, 2004.

  1. Hackworth

    Hackworth Guest

    I need a small tower case that supports *both* Baby-AT motherboards *and*
    Micro ATX motherboads. I'm putting a basic system together for my
    mother-in-law using an Asus P5A-B motherboard now, but will upgrade her
    system with a Micro ATX/AthlonXP combo which I will have available after
    Christmas. The case can have an ATX power supply in it (because the P5A-B
    supports AT or ATX power supplies), but I need a case that comes with two
    changeable backplates, one to accommmodate the P5A-B's AT form factor and
    one for the future ATX form factor. Any specific recommendations?
    Hackworth, Oct 6, 2004
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