After I have finished my current PC (hopefully tonight), my next project is to build 2 PCs in one case. This is due to the fact that I host a game server that runs 24/7, and I want one stable machine that never has to stop, with another that I can use as my Games Machine, etc. The computers will be linked with a fast Ethernet connection, and hopefully, if I can bodge a switch together, use the same keyboard and mouse.
I have a few ideas at the moment, getting 2 cheap cases, taking all the panels off and mounting them together, then making some new panels. Second idea was to get something like this
and try to modify it to fit twin motherboards. Alternatively, there are a few server cases on the market that hold twin motherboards, but they all look like kitchen appliances.
Basically, I am interested to hear if anyone else has attempted this and what the results (or complications) were, and if anyone has come across any other cases that might prove suitable.
Thanks in advance.