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First post, by Chadti99

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I had this exact case back in the 90s and trying to track it down again. I could of swore it had an Intel part number on it but here it is with a branding of Systium Technologies. Did anyone else, Intel maybe, sell a version of this case?

https://www.ebay.com/itm/292705063555

Reply 2 of 4, by pentiumspeed

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Thank you!! I was looking for more information, followed the links from the "The first ATX case", now I have photos of the Intel Etended Xpress!

ZENITH Z-Server MX

http://www.angelfire.com/amiga/pc100/zenith.html

Cheers,

Great Northern aka Canada.

Reply 3 of 4, by PC Hoarder Patrol

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Chadti99 wrote on 2020-09-17, 00:17:

I had this exact case back in the 90s and trying to track it down again. I could of swore it had an Intel part number on it but here it is with a branding of Systium Technologies. Did anyone else, Intel maybe, sell a version of this case?

https://www.ebay.com/itm/292705063555

^^This, and you can still find the Systium product page on Wayback 😀

https://web.archive.org/web/19990128190320/ht … ium.com/540.htm

pentiumspeed wrote on 2020-09-17, 01:31:
Thank you!! I was looking for more information, followed the links from the "The first ATX case", now I have photos of the In […]
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Thank you!! I was looking for more information, followed the links from the "The first ATX case", now I have photos of the Intel Etended Xpress!

ZENITH Z-Server MX

http://www.angelfire.com/amiga/pc100/zenith.html

Cheers,

More docs on the MX (courtesy of @cyclone3D from the NEC / Zenith dual socket 7 thread)

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