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Help Me identify the maker of a old AT Style Computer Case


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My first computer was in 1997 it was a pentium 166 it was custom built alot of the local comapanies and our school system used these cases from the mid 90's to pentium III range they were at style then atx style but the same case They were a beige mid tower case with a green power button and they also lit up with the processor speed on the front for instance mine light up with green letters and said 166 the old at style ones had power reset and turbo on the front if some one knows who makes these or has one laying around please reply i have wanted one to bring back memories of the first computer forever i know sounds geeky but i dont think anything will ever replace that
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Hmm, only guessing but maybe a Antec or Wintec. If you're lucky enough to find one, you ought to be able to upgrade the components and use it. However, I doubt the CPU display goes beyond 3 digits. ;)
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