08-10-2018 07:02 PM
08-10-2018 09:04 PM
@Elementwing4962, welcome to the forum.
HP has their motherboards made to their specifications. Therefore, some of them may have proprietary components and the holes in the case for the motherboard may not be standard. It is difficult to know which retail motherboards will fit. One of the problems that I have seen is, the connections for the front controls (Power button for example) in the case are not always standard. I am always hesitant to recommend motherboards to members for these reasons.
HP TouchPad - 1.2 GHz; 1 GB memory; 32 GB storage; WebOS/CyanogenMod 11(Kit Kat)
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HP Spectre 360 Convertible; i7-7560U; 16 GB memory; Intel® Iris™ Plus Graphics 640; 512 GB PCIe® NVMe™ M.2 SSD; 13.3" diagonal 4K UHD UWVA eDP BrightView WLED-backlit multitouch-enabled edge-to-edge glass (3840 x 2160); Windows 10 Pro 64 with Windows Ink
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08-25-2018 06:17 PM
Looking at the documentation for your motherboard, looks like a pretty basic, run of the mill microATX motherboard. Builders these days, even the big box builders, pretty much stick to industry standards for the majority of their systems. Its much cheaper to buy a standard component than it is to build custom ones. Just make sure you follow to guide that come with your board to make sure youre hooking everything up correctly. The front header plug is probably going to be the only questionable one for you, but the only plugs that matter about the way theyre hooked up are the LEDs for power and HDD.