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April 6, 2013 4:33:12 PM

Hi! I am building my first rig, and I am planning on using the Nzxt Vulcan case.
The motherboard im looking at getting
is the Intel desktop board DH61ZE.
it is Micro atx, which Nzxt says the Vulcan is compatible with
the motherboard, but I want to double check with the community. Thanks for the help!

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April 6, 2013 4:38:01 PM

William Heard said:
Hi! I am building my first rig, and I am planning on using the Nzxt Vulcan case.
The motherboard im looking at getting
is the Intel desktop board DH61ZE.
it is Micro atx, which Nzxt says the Vulcan is compatible with
the motherboard, but I want to double check with the community. Thanks for the help!


Yes it is. Also, for future reference, most computer parts are compatable with most others. The PC community does not take to kindly to corporate greed, so therefore many companies make their products in specific sizes and shapes that were set by the community, i.e. Micro-ATX, Full-Tower.

Also, is there any specific reason why you are getting an Intel motherboard? They are good boards, but some of them don't have the features that many other "current" motherboard makers have.
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April 6, 2013 4:43:05 PM

Dupontrocks11 said:
William Heard said:
Hi! I am building my first rig, and I am planning on using the Nzxt Vulcan case.
The motherboard im looking at getting
is the Intel desktop board DH61ZE.
it is Micro atx, which Nzxt says the Vulcan is compatible with
the motherboard, but I want to double check with the community. Thanks for the help!


Yes it is. Also, for future reference, most computer parts are compatable with most others. The PC community does not take to kindly to corporate greed, so therefore many companies make their products in specific sizes and shapes that were set by the community, i.e. Micro-ATX, Full-Tower.

Also, is there any specific reason why you are getting an Intel motherboard? They are good boards, but some of them don't have the features that many other "current" motherboard makers have.


Since this is my first rig and Intel I feel is relatively beginner-friendly, I thought I would use it. Can you provide me with some information about a better brand?
If you think it would work better, I will definitely look into it. btw,
since im not very knowledgeable in the computer construction world,
can you give me a list of necessary parts and brands? it would be a huge help :) 
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