Black desktop case source?

Discussion in 'Desktop & Laptop Computers Forum' started by wolfe, Jul 11, 2002.

  1. wolfe

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    Does any one know of a source for a Black ATX desktop case in the UK?
    I have sprayed an old beige case black but it would be nice to have a properly manufactured case...I've seen the one that won't take a standard atx psu...I'm sure there must be a bog standard black case for sale somewhere!
     
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    Unfortunately that is the case that will not take a standard ATX power supply:(

    Anyone else got any ideas?
     
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    Must admit I couldn't see any desktop cases at overclockers, let alone a black one. I've looked at ebuyer in the past (site's down at the moment!!), and I don't think they have any either - can you point me at a particular product code?
     
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    I've seen that one, too - looking at the prices of the other components they list, the supplier is very expensive, so I'd say that it going to be a cheap case - for example, they have the ECS K7S5A for £75 - it's £50 inc VAT from ebuyer. The "Nokia style case" they have at £39 is £20.71 at ebuyer.
    Now I know that ebuyer don't have that black case, so it's academic, but that gives an idea of the markup that's being applied.
     

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