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Would a MSI 9800GT fit in?

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September 8, 2010 3:39:20 AM

Hi everybody, i recently got a pretty uncomfortable doubt, would this video card: http://www.msi.com/index.php?func=prodvgaspec&maincat_n... Fit on this motherboard?: http://www.ecs.com.tw/ECSWebSite/Product/Product_Detail... I know that it can fit the slot, however by the size of the motherboard and the video card, im starting to get really annoyed about that. The size of the motherboard size says that is Micro-ATX Size, 225mm*170mm, however i don't know yet the size of the graphic card. Anyway, i would really thanks anyone who can try o certainly answer my question. Good luck and good bye.

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September 8, 2010 3:53:36 AM

its not the card fitting on the motherboard that you need to worry about. As long as the board has a PCIE x16 slot it will work with the motherboard no problem. Its the card fitting into the case that you should be more worried about. a 9800gt isnt that large of a card so it should be able to fit into most pc cases. Oh and BTW your links are not any good they dont lead to what you are talking about.
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September 8, 2010 3:57:04 AM

So you say that there's no problem about the size of the video card on the motherboard, isn't it?. Thank's for the answer, i'll wait for some other people to reply on this.

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September 8, 2010 5:21:27 AM

As long as the mobo has PCI-E slot then you can use almost any PCI-E cards,like 9800GT.
the main concern here is your CASE, what is your case? Is it prebuild PC (like Dell, HP)?
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September 8, 2010 5:21:58 AM

As long as the mobo has PCI-E slot then you can use almost any PCI-E cards,like 9800GT.
the main concern here is your CASE, what is your case? Is it prebuild PC (like Dell, HP)?
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