No idea what I am doing.

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  2. The motherboard in that HP computer is Micro ATX, which the adventurer case supports...so I don't exactly understand your question... can you explain more
  3. fricklesmn said:
    The motherboard in that HP computer is Micro ATX, which the adventurer case supports...so I don't exactly understand your question... can you explain more

    I went to this website after trying to put everything together and some parts just didn't fit or i don't know what I am doing. If it works then I have been an idiot for 3 months.
  4. The adventurer case is a full tower and should support just about any case, especially a micro case.
  5. It should fit fine although there is the chance that your micro atx board doesn't fit like a glove for obvious reasons. If anything, I'm assuming that the board can only fit into the case with 4 screws as the worst case scenario although I'll be willing to bet that 6 probably do line up. Make sure to trace the holes in your motherboard with a sheet of paper so you can see what lines up with the case. I see points of connection on the MoBo for your Dell, so I see no reason as to why, at least, 4 don't line up; 4 should be enough as long as you don't seat things around the soft points without a bunch of force.

    Once you seat your MoBo, there shouldn't be any issue whatsoever with your RAM and the case. They don't really have anything to do with each other.
  6. Its fine guys, I winged it using an image I found, turns out the problem was that I was mixing up some chords due to not having instructions thank you all, sorry for being an idiot :D
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