Loc: Florida, USA
Some of us have tried the headless iMac mod. The problem that most of us have faced is a case. Well I have found the perfect case that can fit the hardware and don't have to brake the bank. The case is from Enlight and cames with a ATX 160watt power supply. Plenty to power a iMac and then some. The case format is a micro ATX desktop or Tower that uses a standard desktop hard drive, a laptop based CD-ROM/DVD drives and has a spot for a second hard drive/floppy or ZIP drive. The cases runs for about 20 bucks. The model number for the case is 7396AML1. I bought two a last week for a friend of mine and when I was putting his systems together it gave me the idea. I'm thinking to order two myself and use one for the headless iMac and for my Hackintosh.
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