I have an AT case And was wonderig if I could put an atx mobo in it 5 replies

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#1 13 years ago

:confused: :confused: :confused: I was wondering if I put in a new power supply if I could put an ATX Mobo in an AT case. ??:confused: :confused: :confused:




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#2 13 years ago

It's not just the power supply that governs AT or ATX. There is also screw placement. You would not be able to screw your motherboard in correctly. There are probably other things, I just cant think of them now. But sorry, the answer is no. You can get cases really cheap now try Newegg.com. Here's the link to the Cases section.




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#3 13 years ago

thanks for all your help stargate_guy. yea I've already been to new egg.




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#4 13 years ago

Glad I could help. Good luck with your computer, just post and we'll try to help.pleased.gif




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#5 13 years ago

anything is possible with sheet metal my friend, however, by the time you are finnished chopping up the AT case, you might as well just buy a cheap ATX case. its just not worth it. mount points are diffrent, the I/O ports on ATX motherboards do not line up with the old AT case.




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#6 13 years ago
Dragokatzovanything is possible with sheet metal my friend, however, by the time you are finnished chopping up the AT case, you might as well just buy a cheap ATX case. its just not worth it. mount points are diffrent, the I/O ports on ATX motherboards do not line up with the old AT case.

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