From: "Jimmy Bones (Mhottie)" <mhottie at gmail dot com>
> On 11/8/06, Lee Sharp <leesharp at hal dash pc dot org> wrote:
>> I have used a few of these, and they have been very solid. And
>> cheap... :-)
>I see this questions come up on the list from time-time and always see
> someone linking to a $50-$70 case.
> What is wrong with say, http://www.directron.com/7396am1.html at $19.99
> INCLUDING the PowerSupply??
> It's an Enlight too, not a cheap case.
This is not fact here, but some educated estimation... I was building
monowalls with flexATX cases and motherboards for a while. Reasonably
small, and very cheap. I tried a number of different cases from different
manufactures, but they all seemed to use the same power supply. That power
supply was junk. I now have a handful of empty cases with replaced (junk)
power supplies. That case looks like the same power supply in the picture.
Also, the case I first linked to is 1/3rd the size of the enlight cases. It
worked out to being $75 more for a much more stable system at 1/3 the size.
So it is now in about 10 locations. Where I have more space I have been
using Dell GX200s. I have about 40 systems up right now, and have had a
chance to find out what is really solid. That case I KNOW is solid.