What PC are you starting with? Or are you building from scratch? The first thing I would do is measure the motherboard tray. Go to http://www.newegg.com and check out some of the motherboards and their sizes. This case is a tough build, as I put a G3 b/w in one. Once you have a board picked out, print out a full scale photo of it and then you can start checking clearances. PC are not Macs, but until I can run OSX on a PC build (yes I know its possible, but illegal-cough, cough and really doesnt run everything I need), it may be a while before I buy a new Mac. It is so much more fun to pick the parts and build it yourself.
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