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McDonaldsJFK
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What's a similar motherboard form factor to a Sunflower 8433 motherboard

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HP Pavilion 590-p0103wb
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I've been looking for a new motherboard and i checked the spec list of the Sunflower 8433 and it said it was 24.4x26.7 cm (9.6x10.5 in) and I searched on google for comparable form factors (i.e. ATX, ITX, MircoITX) and I couldn't find anything, the most similar one I found was MicroATX at 24.4x24.4cm (9.6x9.6in) but I'm afraid if i buy a MicroATX motherboard it wont fit, so if someone could either tell me if it would fit normally or give me a different form factor to look through it would be very helpful

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Is this a replacement for a non-working motherboard?

Are you going to transfer the CPU, Memory, SDD etc. to the new motherboard?

 

Your system comes with an 180 watt power supply.  Any new motherboard will need the exact same type of power supply connectors in order to fit and must have the same "low" power requirements.

 

The sunflower motherboard is upgradeable to 32gb and 8core/16 threads and possibly the 180 watt can be replaced with a bigger one.  While the P01013wb is not listed the sunflower is mentioned a couple of times there

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I'm transferring a CPU and RAM, I will have a 400W PSU and a GTX 1650 OC that I want to add onto it soon, I would also like to transfer the new motherboard into a new case in the future (possibly next year), the motherboard I have now works fine, but I just want one with better compatibility for upgrades like CPU coolers and case fans

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