Re: ATX case rear panel inserts
On Sat, 9 Aug 2003 21:01:54 +1200, Mainlander <*@*.*> wrote:
>I am considering upgrading my PC by fitting a new motherboard in the
>existing ATX case, which is a high quality case. The problem is that ATX
>motherboards unlike the old Baby AT board have various I/O connectors
>mounted on the board. These connectors can vary from board to board and
>so cases use metal inserts within a cutout to allow for the different
>connector configurations in the same case.
>Do motherboards come with these inserts or is it necessary to purchase
>them from the case manufacturer.
Some times Yes, I have a good case and did manage to get a new blanking plate
for it, but its not a standard type one, but when I was after another type
of MoBo they could not help me at all.
So if it a old case forget it.
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