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Good pc case

I'm Thinking About Building my own Computer, Does anybody any recommendation's on a good case under $100?

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hdmi case

also i would like a hdmi input,i'm kinda new to this so is that somthing that has to be built in to the case or have to be installed with a expansion slot?

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HDMI input?

There are a few folk asking for that but HDMI is protected content and a few are asking because they either want to record HD or connect up some other thing.

Be sure to research this a bit more.

Here's a starter link for you:
http://news.cnet.com/8301-17938_105-9870317-1.html
Bob

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HDMI input?

sorry i meant hdmi port {for connecting to a monitor}.

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Such is usually a non-issue as

The HDMI port is usually found on our video cards or rarely on the motherbaord.

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Such is usually a non-issue as

ah, ok thanks

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Lots of good cases out there...

I'd wander to over to Newegg.com and use the search filters to narrow down the options starting with price. Just remember that while smaller, slim line ll cases are appealing, they're also restrictive and not as easily cooled. Also.. power supplies that come with cases are usually on the lower-end of the product line.

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