Hey y'all... Just wondering what the difference between an ATX and Turbo ATX case might be? I'm looking into getting an Aspire X-Dreamer II but want to make sure that my current system will fit into it... motherboard is a Gigabyte GA-7DX(C) (5 PCI, 1 AGP, 1 AMR, 2 DIMM, Audio) (Info gotten from Aida32... I love that program). So, err... yeah, any help would be great.
Also, would this power supply fit in the aforementioned case? I am assuming so since they're made by the same company, but actually knowing is always a good thing, no?
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From where are you getting "Turbo ATX"? As far as I know, there's only ATX, MicroATX, and FlexATX for industry standards (that relate to retail products anyway - there are a few more less common formats).
The case you listed is an ATX mid-tower case with a 350w power supply.
Well, I've looked around for better prices and have found the same case at a couple other places (Most notably pricewatch) list them in the "ATX Turbo" section.
EDIT -- Bah, premature button pushing... Forgot to add that yeah, I did in fact make a mistake in the naming of the thread, and asking of the question... heh Edited by: Teannin Bramblefeet at: 12/9/03 7:15 pm
Phew, was thinking as much as far as the turbo thing went, just wanted to be absolutely sure before I put money into it.
And as far as the power supply goes, I know the 350w should be just fine for my needs... but I'm looking to make this the brightest damn case possible, and the LEDs on the 500w shine like the sun with the fans turned up. Besides, these are prolly gonna be x-mas gifts to me (And since otherwise I would be receiving cash, I do in fact see it as an expenditure )