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I just read this thread and am very curious if anyone's figured a way to combine 2 computers in 1 case. I know you'd have to build a bigger case, plus airflow would be a problem but I think it could be possible. I'm sure it's already been done before, but I'm curious, any links would be cool!!

Be kinda cool to have 2 overclocked Opty's in one PC......
    
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The Mozart TX can hold a standard ATX system as well as an ITX system.
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ITX? Hmmmm.....I'm Unfamiliar with that mobo. I briefly looked it up, but not in detail yet. I'd really prefer something that can hold 2 Lanparty's. Thanks for the link, though. Very helpful!!
    
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E8400 DFI DK P35 8800GT 512 OCZ, Team 6GB Total 
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OCZ Gamextreme 700 Antec 900 
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OCZ Gamextreme 700 Antec 900 
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