by Willy - 3/8/12 8:34 AM
In Reply to: But is it really ATX? by NDB202
It's important to know what you have. Since, this is a OEM type PC, usually some model# located on a decal/sticker provides that. THAT! is the most important item to use to check with on the support website. As various models may seem similar or you can't tell until you actually have parts in your hands.
If in fact the reference for that model# refers to a "micro ATX" make-up, then any other micro ATX will do. Typically most manufacturers follow what makes a micro ATX, thus it's a shoe-in. I exclude what sometime is problematic the addition of the final cpu fans, cards, etc.. as the case size and make-up may hinder these additions if they exceed the physical limits of what was intended before.
From the links you've provided, then it's a go, proceed with another micro ATX install. However, if you can review the actual old mtrbd., find its info screened-on or labeled to ID further. Also, make sure the PSU itself may fit as well, some OEMs may vary it in some way. However, the PSU should from the look of PC box pix, seems as typical as they come, "a box case".
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