They have to be new and cheap.
They have to be new and cheap.
I used to buy alot from www.bilsystem.com he is a nice guy Bill is anyway I havent bought anything from him in a while send him an email instead of hitting up his web page and tell him you want X number of X cases from his web site tell him your zip and tell him you need a great price and you will be a return customer etc. he should give you a better price tahn whats on the web. he takes paypal etc.
Last edited by AMDMaddness; 10-23-2003 at 06:10 PM.
BTW, Reseller Ratings not great, but I had no problem as long as you have patience. Hard to track order, took a while, but delivered as promised
OOPs, meant to post this under the case fan inquiry
the post about bilsystem.com is correct (except the hyperlink is www.bilsystem.com, not plurarl)
the cases and PSU's from him are really a great deal. Cheap stuff, but look good and work pretty well, and a case is a case is a case, if it holds your devices, then it works, right?
I *WOULD NOT* buy any motherboards from this guy, though, as I've purhcased two cheap PCCHIPS micro-atx boards from him and both were DOA. 0 for 2 is a amazingly craptastic stat IMO.
Good luck, post some sites if you can find some dirt cheap cases!
Hey, cool, thanks. Looking nice is important too, of course. I will be selling computers in these. :P
www.amamax.com Same as Upgrade Center INC. Reseller Rating not great, but thats because people don't read their policies, plus this company will hang up on vulgar customers. I've had no problems with them, I've dealt with them twice, both satisfactory experiences.
Raidmax Scorpio 868 Silver| AMD XP 2600 (2.08) | EPOX 8rda+ | 1GB PC2700 DDR |
| WD 120gb HD | PowerColor Radeon 9700np | Lite-On 52x24x52 CDRW | MadDog 16x DVD |
| Raidmax 420w | 6 Case Fans (3 intake, 3 exhaust)|
I got a cheap case recently and it was a real pain in the @%#! First of all I had to drill all the holes out bigger to get the motherboard standoffs to work. Then it had some sort of non-standard expansion card slots. It had the knock-out slots but no place to screw the card on. There was some kind of cage that fit on the back where I guess they were supposed to connect somehow with something or another that wasn't included. There was probably an easier way that eluded me, but, with the help of a drill, screws, shims and lock washers that's where I put them anyway. I got those babies anchored down. Then it was time to turn it on. When I pushed the on switch it fell inside the case. I had to fix that with superglue and some type of mighty tape I had laying around. I think I gave around $19.00 delivered on ebay which included a 400 watt power supply THAT WORKED!!! Maybe I shouldn't expect more for the price I gave.
Ati Radeon 9700 Pro
2X256 Mushkin 3500 II DDR Dual Ch
Tornado w/ Thermalright SLK800 HS
Antec True 550 PS
Thermaltake Xaser II
WOW! I could have had an Epox!
NewEgg has Ahanix for $15-18 plus $15 shipping. Only two fan openings but slide out mobo tray on $18 one. Some sharpedges reported, but lots of bays for the money. No PS, but that's good as most PS with chaep cases are garbage