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Scan code: LN286 Manufacturer code: SM-SC760-NOPSU

SuperMicro SC-760 ATX Tower Case (Without PSU)

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Scan code: LN286 Manufacturer code: SM-SC760-NOPSU
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  • SCANPROTECT Protect against installation damage for 28 days. More info

    ScanProtect is an enhanced warranty specifically designed and offered by Scan to reduce the risk of any mishap or damage to components during installation.

    Our aim with ScanProtect is to encourage our customers to upgrade or build their own PC confidently. For a small additional fee our customers are provided with complete peace of mind.

Product Overview The Supermicro SC760-A is a mission-critical, full-tower chassis ideal for single or dual Xeon or Pentium® III/II-based servers and workstations. House and protect your server/workstation system with the finest technology on the market.

Comparing to Super SC750-A chassis, SC760-A brings the additional new features to you for system reliability and security in minimum cost.

Optional Accessories:
Xeon Cooling kit (FAN-022)
8-cm 4-pin power connector (FAN-010) for high speed drives

Chassis Specifications:
Full tower case

Microswitch for chassis intrusion detection

Six 5.25" external bays
One 3.5" external bay
Two 3.5" internal drive bays

One 9-cm backup tachometer thermal control fan

One 9-cm air exhaust fan

Seven plastic fan holders

7 ATX /12 AT expansion slots

Security keylock for chassis

Detachable side doors

Chassis size:
0.69 x 2.20 x 1.44 ft3 (WxHxD)
2.2 cubic feet

Box size:
1 x 2.46 x 1.77 ft3 (WxHxD)
4.35 cubic feet

Please note that the case contents are for illustrative purposes only. Features

Please note your statutory rights are not affected.

For further information regarding Scan's warranty procedure please see our terms and conditions

12 months
Return to base
DOA Period:
7 days
RTB Period:
12 months
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