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    Default Looking for an Inverted ATX

    I really like the idea of an inverted ATX like the Bitfenix Outlaw. It opens on the right and all the stuff is upside-down. Does anyone else know of anything with the same style?

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    Default Re: Looking for an Inverted ATX

    You want an old HP/Compaq case?
    Two years. They were great. Let's make the next ones even better!

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    Default Re: Looking for an Inverted ATX

    No, those are BTX, not inverted ATX. I'll probably just use the Bitfenix case, but I need to figure out how to remove the rubbery exterior coating they put on it
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    Default Re: Looking for an Inverted ATX

    Check out these ones:

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16811163135
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16811163162

    I'm not sure how many others of the Silverstone cases are like that, but I know all of the Raven series is, and some of their others. Some open on right side, some have the mobo pointing to the back, some up to the top of the case, so I would start looking at Silverstone cases and see what floats your boat.

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    Default Re: Looking for an Inverted ATX

    I hate that silicone rubber coating. It attracts and holds fingerprints real bad, and it's a serious pain to strip off.
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    Default Re: Looking for an Inverted ATX

    there's a lian li case that is inverted atx.

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    Default Re: Looking for an Inverted ATX

    If you can find a Gateway GT5040 case they are inverted ATX. Not sure where you could find one of those. I use one for a media/file server currently.

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    Default Re: Looking for an Inverted ATX

    My brother's HP Pentium D computer is Inverted uATX.

    Although it's in use
    Two years. They were great. Let's make the next ones even better!

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