|The boards are both microATX motherboards so the screw holes SHOULD be in the same places. The boards are different sizes by a fairly small amount which SHOULD be fine in any standard ATX/mATX case. If the case it possibly a non-standard case (Dell, HP, Compaq, etc) then it might be an issue. Since you did not list the case, we cannot tell. |
Does your case use standard ATX power supplies? If not, especially if you are planning on a gaming level graphics card, you should seriously consider upgrading the case as well.
While on the graphics card, if you are considering any of the larger high power graphics cards, make sure there is sufficient room for it and the case has sufficient cooling for the extra cooling load (at least a 120mm exhaust fan, one should be fine).
Note that your case is going to have only USB 2.0 front ports, if you will need the newer USB 3.0 ports (external hard drives, flash drives, etc), you will need to add a front port to an existing 5" front bay (assuming it has a spare spot).
Memory and other components will need to be upgraded as well.
You have to be a little bit crazy to keep you from going insane.