On Sat, 02 Jun 2012 08:45:01 +0200, Ralf Mardorf wrote:So you look for a racked cabinet? 19" chasis are quite huge and lengthy
> Hi Camaleón,
> the cases I own are around 14" high. I could place any case <= 26" high.
> I like the relatively unobtrusive design of CHIEFTEC, but I don't trust
> the sidewall catch.
> Since better cases seems to be expensive, I'm googleing for 19" wide
> cases at the moment. Most of my music gear is 19" too. I placed the gear
> on shelfs, but I tend to switch to a 19" cabinet, to get rid of the wide
> and lengthy shelfs. A tower could be > 26" high, if I would get rid of
> the shelfs.
> The only issue, a 19" or a new tower computer case + a 19" cabinet is
> above my financial scope.
but if have the required space, they're perfect when it comes to put your
hands on them (adding cards, removing cables, changing the power supply
is a child's play...) :-)
Also, remember that depending on the racked height (<=2U) you will have
to search for low-profile/half-height PCI cards.
Mmmm... I can't tell (the rack room I manage is so noisy that I can
> If a huge case is nearly empty, doesn't it tend to be an acoustic
barely hear anything but the noise coming from the dual power supplies :-
P) but there are kits in the market aimed to solve the unwanted sound
which usually include foam pieces for the covers and silent-blocks to
avoid vibrations coming for the moveable components (hard disks, fan
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