PC Power & Cooling has a Class B case as well as power supply for sale.
They also have quiet fans. Their stuff is not cheap. I think my case and
power supply came in around $125. I got the mid-tower case. Well built.
From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf
Of Phil Duff
Sent: Wednesday, December 12, 2001 12:15 AM
Subject: [RFI] RE: Computer generated RFI
At 13:32 11/19/01 -0600, Wendell Wyly W5FL wrote:
>I was more concerned about the computer and motherboard, but the new Athlon
>1600 with Asus A7V133 motherboard in a well shielded Antec cabinet is also
I'm considering putting together a new system that would reside on the
Any strong recommendations pro/con as to the computer case, power-supply,
specifically regarding computer generated RFI. Hard to work weak DX
At present I'm looking at building with an Antec SX630 case with their 300w
p.s., AMD Athlon T-bird
1200 (266 FSB) on a Shuttle AK31 motherboard.
Are there any mini/mid tower cases that are known to be better at
containing RFI than others??
They all seem to have FCC Class B etc. rating. Same question for
73 Phil NA4M
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Phil Duff NA4M firstname.lastname@example.org Georgetown, Texas
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