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ATX Motherboard and case

Discussion in 'All other topics' started by Shad, Nov 5, 2003.

  1. Shad

    Shad Regular member

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    I'm ordering parts from newegg.com to build my computer. The case i want says FORM FACTOR: ATX MICRO ATX and the motherboard im ordering says FORM FACTOR:ATX
    I was just wondering if the atx motherboard would fit into the atx micro atx case.
     
  2. therock..

    therock.. Guest

    i think you will find it wont

    iirc
     
  3. therock..

    therock.. Guest

    which case is it and i will tell you for deffinate :)
     
  4. John375

    John375 Guest

    I gave up on those type cases. . . I use the Enermax FS-981XPSS or FS-980XPSS case. . . These cases have ten front bays, and plenty of room inside so one does not have the cables blocking all access. . . The ten front bay case is a better choice nowadays as many new motherboards now allow eight EIDE devices plus two Serial ATA hard drives. . . The EPoX EP-4PCA3+ (Intel 875P) and the SOYO SY-P4I875P Dragon 2 Platinum even allow 12 Devices. . . With ten front bays, one has room for several of the $50 CD-Burners, several DVD burners that shortly will be at $50 also, removable hard-drives, and whatever
     

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