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Will an Odense2-S motherboard fit in a standark microATX case?

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so I have a 750-405t desktop and I want to switch out the case with a microATX case. Will the motherboard fit? (PC : https://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c05279540 )

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@Hisez , welcome to the forum.

 

There are two main considerations when moving a HP motherboard to a new case: 1) the holes in the motherboard matching the stand-offs in the case and 2) the front motherboard connectors matching the new case.  The reason for this is the fact that HP has their motherboards and cases made to their specifications.   Therefore, they are not necessarily the same as a retail board and case.  The motherboard in your computer is definitely uATX (microATX).  Your best option would be to choose a case manufacturer and contact their Tech Support for help.  They are the experts on their products.  They should be able to tell you if they have a case that would be compatible with a HP motherboard.

 

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@Hisez , welcome to the forum.

 

There are two main considerations when moving a HP motherboard to a new case: 1) the holes in the motherboard matching the stand-offs in the case and 2) the front motherboard connectors matching the new case.  The reason for this is the fact that HP has their motherboards and cases made to their specifications.   Therefore, they are not necessarily the same as a retail board and case.  The motherboard in your computer is definitely uATX (microATX).  Your best option would be to choose a case manufacturer and contact their Tech Support for help.  They are the experts on their products.  They should be able to tell you if they have a case that would be compatible with a HP motherboard.

 

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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