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LOTS OF STYLES/COLOURS LEFT JUST CLICK ON UNDER LINK AND SCROLL DOWN
http://www.buytech.co.uk/Computing/


ATX / Micro ATX Computer Cases - Black & Red

* 2x Front Panel USB 2.0 and Front Panel Audio Input/Output
* Power on and Reset button on front panel
* 2x External 5.25" Drive Bays
* 1x Internal 3.5" Hard Drive Bays
* 1x External 3.5" Drive Bays
* Compatible with ATX and MicroATX Motherboards
* Motherboard standoffs and screws included
* No Case Fans Included but can accommodate 1x Rear 80mm Fan, 1x Front 80mm and 1x Side 80mm Fan.
* Dimensions 410 x 175 x 365 (mm)


This computer case is available to you at an astonishing price; this budget-priced PC case is simply the right choice for those building a new desktop computer system. The case is of a high build quality and comes with easy access USB and audio ports on the front. Its stylish colour will look great in your office or home. The case is made from strong 0.5mm SGCC galvanized steel which gives your components protection while at the same time being light weight in fact this case only weights 3.5kg which makes transporting your PC easy. Inside the case you will find all the standoff screws, fixing screws and audio / USB require.

MANY MORE STYLES AND COLOURS FOR THE SAME PRICE SO PLEASE DON'T EXPIRE
GO HERE AND SCROLL DOWN FOR DIFFERENT COLOURS AND STYLES

http://www.buytech.co.uk/Computing/


SAME POST FOR MORE THAN ONE IE 5@ £28.48 INC POST
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#1
What about delivery cost?
#2
OP said it's £2.99 post so it's £7.98 in total I guess.
#3
post now added
under link for more colours/styles
http://www.buytech.co.uk/Computing/


http://img525.imageshack.us/img525/3769/compmk.jpg



Edited By: madmax666 on Nov 02, 2010 21:52: add post
#4
Completely missed that!
Heat added
#5
thanks
#6
can someone please change the image it wont let me edit as i put the wrong image in. *****FIXED******
and please note there are about 29 different colours/styles just look here
scroll down
http://www.buytech.co.uk/Computing/


Edited By: madmax666 on Nov 01, 2010 22:49: fixed
#7
cheap but no fans, so isnt quite as cheap as you think

Edited By: royals on Nov 01, 2010 22:30: u
#8
£8.51
#9
royals
cheap but no fans, so isnt quite as cheap as you think


Yes i agree but at £4.99 you cant really expect any fans

the case i have just now cost over £100 (acousticase) and it came with no fans
#10
royals
cheap but no fans, so isnt quite as cheap as you think


I would consider that a good thing for a case like this, at less than £5, could you imagine the 'quality' of fans included?? X)
#11
Guess these cases are mainly for system builders churning out "budget" PC's for the punters. I personally wouldn't touch it with a barge pole but if you need a cheat and nasty case, it will serve it's purpose :)
#12
Perfectly acceptable for a budget pc for a kid - even if you only want to transfer the innards from something a bit older and spruce it up for xmas.
#13
0.5mm steel is *very* thin. Even the super cheap cases from the likes of ebuyer are normally 0.6mm....
#14
Look where the PSU goes in these cases! ..that is why they are cheap!
#15
androo
Look where the PSU goes in these cases! ..that is why they are cheap!
Wow, that's actually really bizarre.
#16
They are not there to compete with sub £100 cases just a very cheap alternative for system builders
Or for kids bedrooms
even if its just to use as a test system for those into trying out computer stuff
#17
Ideally for £8.51 I would want a PSU included aswell, still ok deal tho
#18
image for connectors taken from seller on ebay dropshipping them for £35 plus post lol
http://www.buytech.co.uk/drop_shipping/atx_cases/power003.jpg

ps did not post the ebay link because i did not know if it was allowed or not


Edited By: madmax666 on Nov 02, 2010 00:01: remove ebay link
#19
Seen these at a local computer fayre for £20 a pop - they are actually pretty good cases especially for this low price
#20
http://img525.imageshack.us/img525/3769/compmk.jpg
#21
If the PSU is fitted on the bottom of the case facing down, how the hell do you plug it in?
#22
DweebDude
Ideally for £8.51 I would want a PSU included aswell, still ok deal tho
are you for real
#23
well for that price, and with our kid deciding just yesterday that blue is out and red is in, i thought stuff it & got one for her :D
i'll report back on any issues (especially regarding the PSU placement) when i get it :)
#24
warlockuk
If the PSU is fitted on the bottom of the case facing down, how the hell do you plug it in?


Look at the pics the connector is on the back of the case down at the bottom

Edited By: madmax666 on Nov 02, 2010 00:48: add something
banned#25
niceguyrichy
well for that price, and with our kid deciding just yesterday that blue is out and red is in, i thought stuff it & got one for her :Di'll report back on any issues (especially regarding the PSU placement) when i get it :)

Red felt tip pens are much cheaper
#26
My Antec 1200 case has the PSU spot right at the bottom at the back as well, if the case has proper ventilation the heat will get out no problem.

This for £5 is very cheap, people who want fans with it for this price must be crazy. A decent case runs you £50+ usually and that's without a PSU maybe a couple of fans. But yes good for a cheap build or testing.
#27
I am a system builder who does not mind the odd budget case for a 'rebuild' of older components and I'm certainly no snob, but the placement of the power supply is a joke. There would be no cool air drawn in as the PSU fan is on the bottom! It's a bit like covering the vents on a hair dryer, it will just overheat. For those who remember (and it's being revisited) it would be the perfect case for sale in Reggie Perrin's Grot shop!
banned#28
Cheap cases are a plague upon the IT world.

You don't have to pay £100 for a good case. Good cases start from £30 ish. The extra £20 saves you slicing your hands up putting it together, makes putting it together and working on it in the future much, much easier and quicker, generally look and feel much better, and last longer. Plus they'll have a 'normal' PSU setting that wont overheat and set your house on fire.

These may be cheap, but there is a reason. And tool-less entry and maintenance is a godsend.

Edited By: Anarchist on Nov 02, 2010 01:17: gg
#29
Anarchist
Red felt tip pens are much cheaper

well i'm doing a complete re-build for her anyway, might as well colour code it the way she like for a mere fiver ;)
#30
willh
androo
Look where the PSU goes in these cases! ..that is why they are cheap!
Wow, that's actually really bizarre.

What you on about, that's the normal place to have a psu oO
#31
robo989
willh
androo
Look where the PSU goes in these cases! ..that is why they are cheap!
Wow, that's actually really bizarre.
What you on about, that's the normal place to have a psu oO

Oh I see now...you mean the holes at the back where a fan pushes out warm air?

Well, this is a MICRO ATX case...it's a for micro atx motherboards officially...obviously is for use with one of them micro atx psu jobbies...

Retailer must have mislabled it all?
#32
nope still dont make sense, it comes with different grille bits to put a micro and standard atx psu...maybe they just trying to accomodate both peeps.
#33
BEWARE - I have bought cheap cases from Ebuyer and Dabs in the past and they have been really good value for money. However, about 5 weeks ago I ordered two of these from Buytech and they arrived dented and the front panels cracked and smashed. Customer services were initially very good - they asked me for photos of the damage and once I had emailed them they said the fault was with the carrier and they sent me two more. Lo and behold the two replacements were in a worse condition than the first two. I emailed customer services again and they wouldn't reply.

As to the quality of the cases they really are the most cheap and nasty ones that I have seen. I remain over £20 out of pocket and I took these rubbish cases down to the local tip. This has taught me two lessons; don't ever buy from Buytech again and secondly, never pay anything less than £18 for a cheap case without a PSU and buy it from one of the larger suppliers.
#34
DweebDude
Ideally for £8.51 I would want a PSU included aswell, still ok deal tho

Are you mad?
#35
ordered two for Total: £13.50 ;) thanks
#36
DweebDude
Ideally for £8.51 I would want a PSU included aswell, still ok deal tho


PMSL yeah if you like frying your compenents or having the fan fail after a month
#37
So tempting, nice enough case, grerat size, seems like decent placement, anyone installed anything inside yet?

On the PSU I do not know which is better but I have had my PSU at the bottom of my PC for a few years now ,Coolermaster case, and I prefer it, makes access a lit easier and allows more air to escape out of the top....ahhh who knows, not a problem though.
Great tester base though.
#38
mumbojumbo
The PSU screws into the base instead of the back, an extension cable plugs into the PSU and goes up to the rear where you plug in your normal mains cable.

Ah. That's properly mental. Maybe passable for cheap internals but definitely not the best thought-out positioning.
#39
bargain!
#40
bargain price for a simple case!

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