Many people have used pc atx cases to house mac internals. Its a piece of cake. Usually all it entails is some drilling of a few motherboard mounts. Occasionally, you may end up needing a powersupply extension, but I never have. You can use atx power supplies with many Macs too. It gets very complex with any after the digital audio though so keep that in mind.
Loc: Florida, USA
My B&W had a home in a ATX case for a while and it works alright. Just had a problem with the front panel. If I was going to leave it in the ATX case I would or rewired the front panel to work with the LEDs, reset and power buttons.
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