How easy is it to change case?

  Thatslife 13:53 15 Mar 09
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I suppose the clue's in the title....

How easy is it? What do I need to look for to ensure my current set up will port to the new case?

Thanks

T

  ened 14:11 15 Mar 09

So long as the motherboard will fit there should be no problem so long as you give yourself space and don't rush.

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 14:13 15 Mar 09

You need to know the "form factor" of your current setup (probably ATX)

cases are built to suit various form factors.
Once you have the correct case then its just a matter of swapping everything into the new case (not a 5 minute job)

  Thatslife 14:19 15 Mar 09

I've just upgraded the power supply and graphics card and it's getting a liitle 'warm' inside.

ATX power supply and socket 775 housing a core 2 quad Q6600. Mobo Asus P5BW-LA.

Will this do? click here

  MAJ 14:24 15 Mar 09

I'm not one who is usually influenced by computer aesthetics, but hell I like the look of that, Thatslife.

  citadel 16:11 15 Mar 09

for better cooling coolermaster cm690 v2 dominator case. you can get a window side panel for it if you want one.

  Thatslife 19:23 15 Mar 09

FYI

Got the case - All swapped over and up and running.

Thanks for the replies.

T

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