Date: Tue, 22 Jul 2003 21:50:38 GMT
From: "Smurf" <smurfnopsamt.com>
Subject: Re: Anyone know what the rear panel of a Saab 900 Seat is made of?


"MeatballTurbo" <carl.robsonnopsamcing-czechs.com> wrote in message > As people know, from my psoting here, I have installed a PC in my car. > > Now thing is, it is kind of large because of the type of case I had to > make. > > But I've been thinking, I could take up far less space, if I could mount > all the pices I needed behind a sheet of perspex/plexi, if the back of > the rear seat was strong enough to take the weight of a motherboard > tray, PSU, and HDD. It's made out of Type IV Swedish Burga cardboard. According to factory specs you can install any cpu inti it as long as it's a PII or less. Otherwise, you may have frequency leaks due to board thickness. Hope this helps.

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