I took an old Packard Bell case I had lying around and made a few modifications to it:
Biostar M7NCG400 (nForce2) AMD 1700+ overclocked to 2.2Ghz (200x11) Cooler Master Heat Pipe Heatsink Evercool Aluminum Frame 60mm and 80mm Fans 2x256MB RAM (266Mhz, CAS 2.0) Integrated GeForce4 Video (350Mhz) Integrated 6 channel sound 55GB total disk space on 2 hard drives All incoming air is filtered CPU Temp from 114F to 132F
The floppy drive is a 7-in-1 floppy drive that has slots for Flash memory cards. The heatsink on the CPU, which you can see sticking up out of the case's side, has a 60x60x25 Aluminum Frame fan made by Evercool. I love the aluminum fans, they really help to bring down the temps, they're quiet and the frame of the fan is also a heatsink.
This computer was originally 200Mhz, 32MB RAM. I had planned on eventually buying a nice case but this one gets little twirps all angry for some reason so I decided to keep it. lol