Loc: Vancouver, BC Canada
Originally Posted By: "Deviant0ne "
That's right about what I was looking to spend. Now I just have to find one... Would a MDD case work for a DA MoBo?
The PCI slots on the MDD's are at the top so a digital audio mobo wouldn't fit. Pretty much any Mac tower from the B&W G3 up to the Quicksilver will hold the parts for you just fine. Maybe a bit of modification might be needed but most of slots and holes will line up.
Mac mini C2D 1.83GHz - 2GB RAM - 200GB 7200rpm HD Sawtooth w/G4 1GHz - 1GB RAM - SIIG SATA w/2x1TB HD B&W w/G4 600MHz - 1GB RAM - 2x80GB HD Sawtooth G4 400MHz - 512MB RAM - 40GB HD Dell Ultrasharp 2007WFP 20" Widescreen LCD 2.94TB Total Storage
I still have my ATX Quicksilver case if you want it. It's just taking up space in my closet and i will let it go for cheap. Here is a pic of what it looks like again. It will need a power on board in order for the front buttons and front LED to work. I took the one that was there and had to put it in my actual Quicksilver case since mine was missing it.
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