User avatar
obitus1990
New Orleans, LA, USA

Posted Sun Dec 13, 2020 4:53 pm

I built Hese's Alice A4000+ board about 2 years ago (see here viewtopic.php?f=6&t=778&p=4646&hilit=Alice#p4646), and since then, it has resided inside an AT styled desktop case because I couldn't find a spare case that wasn't either beat to hell or outrageously expensive. A friend contacted me recently and asked if I was still looking for a case, and of course, my answer was yes. I received it yesterday, transferred my board and installed the HD floppy drive and CDRom drive I had for it. The best part about this case is that it is for an 030 model A4000! Which is exactly what this motherboard uses -- I put an onboard CPU so as to not have to find a CPU card for it (or build one).
IMG_0565.jpg
IMG_0566.jpg

User avatar
obitus1990
New Orleans, LA, USA

Posted Mon Dec 14, 2020 9:48 am

Since it doesn't have a PSU, I plan to adapt an SFX PSU to the case, using 3d printed parts, such as this below:

https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2792761

User avatar
JoeUser
Dallas, TX

Posted Wed Apr 14, 2021 7:46 am

I was just looking at that PS bracket recently! Did you utilize it yet?

If it's worthy of producing (or purchasing somewhere) I'm thinking that I would pre-emptively get one, just in case the PS in my A4000 decides to die.

User avatar
obitus1990
New Orleans, LA, USA

Posted Wed Apr 14, 2021 5:32 pm

Yes, I have one in my original A4000 that I swapped out the factory PSU on about a year ago. The print works great.





Return to “Conquests”