Select an enclosure that matches your motherboard form factor and has sufficient drive bays and wattage to accommodate your needs. Many case manufacturers have retooled their AT form factor cases to accommodate the ATX motherboard; if you order an AT case, you may receive a newer ATX design with an I/O shield that has cutouts for AT keyboard and mouse ports. For most applications, Mini-Tower, Mid-Tower, or Full-Tower cases are likely to be the preferred choices. For some applications you may want server or rack mount designs.
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