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can it fit my kt7a?

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Anonymous
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a b ) Power supply
February 15, 2001 11:30:24 AM

i saw one pc case in net. below is the spec..

Model No.: EN-7654B
Comes with 1.44Mb Mitsumi Floppy Disk Drive
Case Size: Mid-Tower
Main Board Size: Baby AT, Mini-ATX form factor
Drive Bays:
3 x 5-1/4 inches (Half height)
1 x 3-1/2 inches (1 inch height)
2 x 3-1/2 inches (Hidden)
Expansion Slots: 5 Full Size - 2 Half Size
Power Supply: ATX 230W
Dimensions:
(W X H X D) 192 x 410 x 430 mm
Weight (G.W.) 20.3 lbs. (including power supply)
Chassis: 0.8 mm thick SECC rustproof & galvanized JIS steel
Front Bezel: UL Class - 94HB

so the question is.. what are baby AT, mini ATX form factor all about? can this pc case fit my abit kt7a?

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Anonymous
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a b ) Power supply
February 15, 2001 11:41:40 AM

I can't help you with that but I know that you will want a 300 watt power supply with that mobo.
Anonymous
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a b ) Power supply
February 15, 2001 1:08:56 PM

wemt to abits site and the form factor listed is ATX. So without having actual diimensions I would say no it won't fit. I know mini atx is a smaller form factor. I'd look for another case if I were you.

Good luck!

Mbiker
February 15, 2001 6:56:16 PM

micro ATX has 4 I/O (usually PCI) slots. ATX has 7 I/O slots (sometimes one is unused because of AMR/CMR). You cannot fit an ATX mobo into micro ATX case.

I don't know if the "mini ATX" you describe is the same as micro ATX but your case has to have room for 7 I/O cards if you want to fit a standard ATX motherboard, such as the KT7A
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