Changing Cases; Motherboard Compatability Tags: Cooler Master Cases Motherboards Inspiron Systems Last response: May 2, 2014 12:10 AM in Systems Share Dlonem May 1, 2014 3:29:01 PM Can my motherboard from an Inspiron 560 fit into a Cooler Master Elite 430 ATX Mid-Tower Computer case? The dimensions are basically the same just a bit larger than the Dell Inspiron 560's case. More about : changing cases motherboard compatability Reply to Dlonem Ahmadjon a c 227 V Motherboard May 2, 2014 12:07:22 AM Yes, since motherboard is micro-ATX and case is ATX (which supports micro-ATX motherboards to) it should fit with no problem Reply to Ahmadjon m 0 l STACKS ON DECK a b V Motherboard May 2, 2014 12:10:39 AM no issues . . mid-tower case you selected can handle micro-atx, atx boards perfectly Reply to STACKS ON DECK m 0 l Ask the community Post an answer Related resources SolvedMotherboard and Case compatability Forum SolvedUpgrade PC, changing motherboard, Power supply and Case, need help! Forum SolvedCase & Motherboard compatability Forum SolvedMotherboard/Case compatability Forum Any changes to my computer parts untill i buy them? Is this case compatible with my motherboard? Forum SolvedAdvice on changing cases Forum Hi. I just got new computer case and ssd for my computer. While changing them, I cleaned motherboard, graphic card, and power Forum Hi. I just got new computer case and ssd for my computer. While changing them, I cleaned motherboard, graphic card, and power Forum SolvedLooking to upgrade while changing cases ($1000 Budget) Forum SolvedQuestion about changing cases. Forum SolvedMotherboard Case Compatible Forum SolvedAlienware x51 case, gpu and motherboard change Forum Usb3 motherboard/case compatability Forum SolvedMotherboard and Case compatibility issue. Forum Solvedtransferring motherboard to new case: compatibility problems Forum SolvedCompatibility problem with case and motherboard Forum Motherboard's and compatible cases Forum SolvedAre Motherboard, Cooler, Case, and RAM Compatible? Forum Motherboard's and compatible cases Forum SolvedChanging graphics card: Compatability Forum More resources Read discussions in other Systems categories Homebuilt New Build Prebuilt Cases Power Supplies RAM CyberPower !