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Sam440ep 667mhz Case help
Not too shy to talk
2006/11/26 12:42
Posts: 420
Hi Guys,
I need a favour. Could you help me find a replacement sam440ep mini itx case ? I have located quite a few, but, im not sure if there going to fit or work with it. Any ideas, would be greatfull.

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Re: Sam440ep 667mhz Case help
Just popping in
2006/12/1 16:49
From Payerne - Switzerland
Posts: 11
Hi magic,
for information, RELEC still have some cases of "THE RED ONE"
http://www.relec.ch/frch/index.php?pa ... mid=2〈=en&vmcchk=1
If you are interested, contacts infoATrelec.ch for more information!


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Re: Sam440ep 667mhz Case help
Home away from home
2007/5/19 14:23
From England
Posts: 3553
I use the following tiny case:

Also, I believe the following case should work, since I have seen it used by at least one other Amiga seller:

But please BEWARE that neither case will accept any PCI cards. The latter case would theoretically allow one PCI card, but it needs a 3.3v-compatible rise card, and almost all of them seem to need 5v.

BTW, my Jetway case only has 1 LED, so you can only see power OR hard-disk activity, not both. On the plus side it has a CF card slot that you can use with an SD/MMC adaptor.

BTW, tiny cases (such as the ones I suggested) always need a tiny external PSU (looks like a laptops). They also always need a slimline (laptop) DVD drive, and usually need a 2.5" harddisk.

BTW, whatever case you buy (tiny or not), you may need to solder one of the pairs of wires used for the power/hard-disk switch/led, as often one of them is either too short or else has the wrong connector on it. I seem to recall that one pair of wires was too short in my Jetway case.

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