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New case for modding

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Alrighty,I'm planning to mod a comp from the ground up and i was wondering what your opinion is for a plain computer case.I don't want any windows or stuff of that sort as i am planning on putting one in.Keep in mind i don't have alot to spend on this as i am short on cash and saving for a new gaming rig.Also it doesn't need a psu i'm putting a generic one in it.Here's a list of the parts(I got for free)i'm putting in it:
1.5ghz p4
Some weird intel mobo(overclockable?)
512 mb some generic pc133 ram
some old gfx-card(I have alot of em)
20 gig hd
Keep in mind i am doing this as a project so performance doesn't matter.
Anyways please post some links for plain black cases that you think are mod-able and if you know of anywhere i can get some plexiglass that would be helpful(I don't want to bug my dad to find some for me from his work )
    
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If its a cheep case you want you can go here
http://www.geeks.com/details.asp?invtid=ATX-W1&cat=CAS

or if you want to have some fun go to a yard sale for a computer you can buy a whole box with some servicable parts for nearly nothing.

as for plexy look in your local yellow pages. Call a local glass shop.
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Pentium 4 630 EVGA NF51-AX NF4SLI 775 XP PRO EL Cheep o Dell 
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Logisys 500 Watt Logisys CS888CL Clear EL Cheepo 800dpi optical 
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Pentium 4 630 EVGA NF51-AX NF4SLI 775 XP PRO EL Cheep o Dell 
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Wow i might get that if i had the courage to paint it.
    
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