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Thimphu-K 799926-602 Motherboard

Hello everyone!

So I am wanting to switch PC cases and I heard that some HP Motherboards won't fit certain cases even if the type matches the case because of the fact that Hp sometimes have proprietary mounting points

So the Motherboard is uATX and the case supports that 

but can anyone help me figure out if my case will actually fit

 

But the motherboard is a Thimphu-K 799926-602

 

and the case is the corsair carbide spec-omega rgb

 

here is the link for the case:

https://www.corsair.com/us/en/Categories/Products/Cases/Carbide-Series-SPEC-OMEGA-RGB/p/CC-9011140-W...

 

and here is the link for the motherboard:

https://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c05369438

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@Tilteroni 

 

As long as it supported  uATX, this should be ok

 

Regards

BH
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@Tilteroni 

 

From its specs, its form factor is uATX that means it will fit to all cases using standard uATX form factor. The Corsair case uses ATX form factor not uATX therefore holes for srews and few other things may NOT line up.

 

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BH
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Thank you for your response!

My particular case I chose from corsair says that It works for ATX, uATX, and Mini-ATX 

 

Do you think that will be ok?

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@Tilteroni 

 

As long as it supported  uATX, this should be ok

 

Regards

BH
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