Will my motherboard fit in my computer case?

Asus motherboard / Z8na-d6c (mio)
June 26, 2011 at 08:42:16
Specs: Windows 7, 4
Sorry for asking because its my first time and i want to build a computer =)



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June 26, 2011 at 09:13:05
From case description:

"Motherboard Compatibility - Micro ATX / ATX"

From motherboard desription:

"Form Factor - ATX"

Based on the couple of simplistic questions you've asked so far, are you sure you're capable of building this system? And what exactly is it you're building? A server?

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June 26, 2011 at 10:10:33
The case has....

Power Supply: Cooler Master RS700-PCAAE3-US 700W

Beware !
Look up the model on the Coolermaster web site, or search for ads on the web that state it's warranty period ! Search the web using the model to see if there are mentions of it failing prematurely !

I have recently found some Cooler Master models have only a 1 year warranty, some are known to have premature fan failures, some are known to develop failing electrolytic capacitors.

A friend of mine had a Cooler Master model with a 1 year warranty (I found that info on the web in an ad, not on their web site). It's fan failed - merely wiggled instead of spinning - after not much more than 1 year's use. I replaced the fan after I noticed the PS was getting very hot and the fan was not spinning when I was working on it, but it was too late - the PS failed to boot his computer a short time later because of the damage that had already been done to the PS from it overheating. (It had a 600 watt capacity, his system with a Radeon HD 4850 graphics card required recommended 450 watts or more.)

There's northing wrong with Cooler Master cases without a power supply.

Don't buy an el-cheapo (in quality) PS.
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June 26, 2011 at 14:48:18
Yes im building a server which i heard it run faster

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June 26, 2011 at 15:32:16
Faster than what.? Don't believe anything you hear and only half of what you see :))

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June 26, 2011 at 18:45:33
"Yes im building a server which i heard it run faster"

As grasshopper said, faster than what?

A server has a specific purpose. And generally, the purpose is to allow other computers to access it for it's "service" - file server, game server, web server, email server, etc. So which one are you building? Are you going to charge a subscription to access your service?


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