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Hi, I am looking to put my HP Pavilion 500-223W into this case https://www.nzxt.com/products/s340-white Will the motherboard fit in the case though? I do not know how to find out.

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@Configure, welcome to the forum.

 


@Configure wrote:

Hi, I am looking to put my HP Pavilion 500-223W into this case https://www.nzxt.com/products/s340-white Will the motherboard fit in the case though? I do not know how to find out.


Yes, the motherboard is a uATX which is a microATX.  The case is compatible with it.  However, HP has their motherboards made to their specs, so they are not necessarily the same as the retail version of the same board.  This means that the holes on the board may not match the stand-offs in the case.  Also, you could have problems with the connectors for the power button, etc.  Your best option is to contact the manufactuerer's Tech Support to see what they have to say about the compatibility.

 

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@Configure, welcome to the forum.

 


@Configure wrote:

Hi, I am looking to put my HP Pavilion 500-223W into this case https://www.nzxt.com/products/s340-white Will the motherboard fit in the case though? I do not know how to find out.


Yes, the motherboard is a uATX which is a microATX.  The case is compatible with it.  However, HP has their motherboards made to their specs, so they are not necessarily the same as the retail version of the same board.  This means that the holes on the board may not match the stand-offs in the case.  Also, you could have problems with the connectors for the power button, etc.  Your best option is to contact the manufactuerer's Tech Support to see what they have to say about the compatibility.

 

Please click the Thumbs up + button if I have helped you and click Accept as Solution if your problem is solved.






I am not an HP Employee!!

Intelligence is God given. Wisdom is the sum of our mistakes!!

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