I found somebody at a yard sale selling old computers(weird I know) and for like $5 I bought a computer tower. I knew the motherboard didn't work so I took it apart. Now I have the case, PSU, RAM, an IDE cable, and an assortment of screws and standoffs. I wanted to turn it in to a storage server and need to know if it is in good condition? I don't know what computer it is but going by the size of the case and the amount of fans it could have I think it was for something high performances back in the day. When I took it apart the were brackets that the standoffs went in holding up the motherboard and I never seen this before. Most MB's just use the standoffs to hold them up right?
None of the links worked for me. I'll check it out when I get home though because it could be the wireless I'm on now.
I don't exactly know what you want from us? Are you asking if the computer looks like it is in good physical shape? That really can't be found out by anything other than trying to turn it on and seeing if the components work.
I'll try to identify the computer and answer your question on the brackets when I can get the links to work.