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Mobo Tray w\ 10 Expansion Slots

Discussion in 'Cases, Modding & Electronics' started by TIGR, May 29, 2010.

  1. TIGR

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    I need a motherboard tray with ten or more expansion slots for ≤$30. Mountain Mods offers two here but I won't pay those prices. Must support ATX, EATX, and HPTX boards like the EVGA SR-2 with four double-width video cards.

    Is this something I should have fabricated at a local metal shop? I live out in the boonies and don't know if the shops out here would fab this with sufficient precision.
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    erocker Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Lol, right on the minute! I've been looking, nothing so far.
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    not to be nit-picking but that's actually 24 hours and one minute :p
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    I am also looking for one, but MMods is the only guys that have it, about doing it custom, only if CNC milled, that would be expensive if you would only order it. I am desingning a case but will have to buy one of those
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    Why not get some sheers a vice and grab a sheet of aluminum and make one yourself?

    Wouldn't cost a ton and you wont regret it in the end.
    I'm looking at a MountainMod's case for this Sr-2 build I'm doing but might end up building the entire case myself anyways, just so I can do what I want with the radiators.

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