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Antec Aria Small Form Factor MicroATX PC Case - $85.97 Shipped - Buy.com


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<a href="http://www.kqzyfj.com/click-1418914-10388132?URL=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.buy.com%2Fretail%2Fproduct.asp%3Fsku%3D10361774" target="_blank"><img src="http://ak.buy.com/db_assets/prod_images/774/10361774.jpg" border="0"></a><br /><br />Lowest price on PriceGrabber - Buy.com has the very popular Antec Aria Small Form Factor MicroATX PC Case for a low $85.97 with free shipping. Includes 300W power supply and 8-in-1 front panel card reader.<br /><br />There are plenty of cube-shaped cases available today. So what's so nifty about Aria? First of all, it's upgradeable. While other cube cases force you to live with pre-installed, proprietary motherboards, Aria accepts standard MicroATX motherboards. So when it's time to upgrade your system, you can choose from a vast range of available motherboards. Secondly, its built-in 300 Watt power supply delivers far more power than the barely-adequate units installed in other cube cases.<br /><br /><a href="http://www.kqzyfj.com/click-1418914-10388132?URL=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.buy.com%2Fretail%2Fproduct.asp%3Fsku%3D10361774" target="_blank">Antec Aria Small Form Factor MicroATX PC Case - $85.97 Shipped - Buy.com</a><br /><br /><b>Discuss the deal in this thread.</b>
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I think best bang for the buck may still be an nForce2 board with a mobile processor.


If you want some more speed, there are plenty of socket 754 athlon64 options out there. Whichever you choose, get something with a passively cooled chipset. Regardless of the cpu you choose, there are plenty of quiet coolers out there.


The PSU of this case is not the quietest, so you will get some noise from that.


A good place to get some info on this is over at the forums at sfftech



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I paid a bit more than that for mine when I got it.


I plan on putting a A64 Socket 939 3200+ and an ATI x800xl video card...


It will be one fast little computer.

please keep us updated on this. i would like to know which mATX Socket 939 board that you decided to get.

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