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possibly create a bigger case so that a larger graphics card and such would be an option.

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    Pengy shared this idea  ·   ·  Admin →
    started  ·  AdminBrenden Macaluso (Principal, Recompute) responded  · 

    Yes this question has come up before… If there is enough interest in making a larger version of Recompute, it can be done. Similar question has been asked about full ATX board cases. If enough of you out there vote this Idea up we can make it happen… We are going to need a couple hundred folks to commit to buying one and then we can make it. Looks like you guys have some homework.

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      • cva commented  · 

        +1 for a larger case. I'm specifically interested in 3.5" internal drive bays (at least two)

      • Ploogle commented  · 

        To this end, a smaller Mini-ITX case would also be welcome for low-profile needs.

      • Rivers J. commented  · 

        I would love to see this as well. The idea of a cardboard computer case is very interesting, both aesthetically as well as from an environmental standpoint. A full size ATX case that doesn't come bundled with a power supply would be an instant buy for me.

        Let me know if you guys end up doing that!

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