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Description: I wanted to build my system on the cheap, so I purposely got a cheap case after learning that the screwholes on the Sam match up with any ATX/MicroATX case. I'll move her to a Lanboy case when I come into some more money. The backplate wasnt ready in time, so I'm waiting for it to be sent to me (free of charge of course). Theres a connector coming off the mobo for a VGA port, and theres a DVI port built in. The Sil3314 SATA controller has two buses, and I'm using bus 1. Notice how its diagonal in the picture? Strange isnt it? This picture is old, but my case USB ports are now connected up. The fan came with the case, but isnt connected up, and probably wont be needed (I thought maybe it could be useful for the hard drives). The case came with a reasonably quiet 300watt PSU, which is of course ample for this low power machine. Note: the P1 connector (for the mobo power) is at a right angle to the case. Could be useful for smaller cases, I dont know. :) For those of you who have heard of SATA but havent actually seen it yet, those red leads are the SATA leads. (duh!).




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Cool_amigaN 
Re: Sam440ep in a MicroATX case
Posted on 3-Nov-2007 20:36:34
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That's an ultra sexy mobo!

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Re: Sam440ep in a MicroATX case
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mmmmm

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