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Is my motherboard ATX?

Hello,
I have an OEM motherboard.
Dell 0RY007
I'm not sure what type it is though. I did a search and came up with these answers: ATX, mATX, micro ATX, and mini ATX. Not sure which of these is right. A link to some kind of authoritative source would be nice. I'm looking for a new PSU and want to make sure it is compatible.
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  1. What is the model specs?

    Link to the model is the best...
  2. Run Speccy @ http://www.filehippo.com/download_speccy/ and post the findings : )
  3. From the mobo tab of speccy
    Manufacturer Dell Inc.
    Model 0RY007 (Socket 775)
    Chipset Vendor Intel
    Chipset Model P35/G33/G31
    Chipset Revision A2
    Southbridge Vendor Intel
    Southbridge Model 82801IR (ICH9R)
    Southbridge Revision 02
    System Temperature 40 °C
    BIOS
    Brand Dell Inc.
    Version 1.0.18
    Date 02/24/2009
    Voltage
    CPU CORE 1.184 V
    MEMORY CONTROLLER 3.056 V
    +3.3V 3.376 V
    +5V 5.107 V
    +12V 11.968 V
    +5V HIGH THRESHOLD 5.053 V
    CMOS BATTERY 3.136 V
    PCI Data
    Slot PCI
    Slot Type PCI
    Slot Usage Available
    Bus Width 32 bit
    Slot Designation PCI1
    Slot Number 0
    Slot PCI
    Slot Type PCI
    Slot Usage In Use
    Bus Width 32 bit
    Slot Designation PCI2
    Slot Number 1
    Slot PCI
    Slot Type PCI
    Slot Usage In Use
    Bus Width Unknown
    Slot Designation PCI3
    Slot Number 2
    Slot PCI
    Slot Type PCI
    Slot Usage Available
    Bus Width Unknown
    Slot Designation PCI4
    Slot Number 3
  4. It is mATX.
  5. Your mobo is mATX and a regular ATX case will take mATX motherboards.
  6. Wow thanks a lot!
    How did you get that from the info I posted? And what does the 'm' in mATX stand for: micro or mini? Or is mATX a different beast all together?
  7. Some one else have the same mobo model and it says it on the mobo : )

  8. Wow, that pic is very useful!
    Sorry for my ignorance, but still a little confused about what the 'm' stands for. The pic you linked has both micro and mini. You said it shouldn't matter as far as the case is concerned, as long as it is standard ATX. Will this make a difference for the PSU? The answer is probably right under my nose.
  9. Best answer
    hormel09 said:
    Wow, that pic is very useful!
    Sorry for my ignorance, but still a little confused about what the 'm' stands for. The pic you linked has both micro and mini. You said it shouldn't matter as far as the case is concerned, as long as it is standard ATX. Will this make a difference for the PSU? The answer is probably right under my nose.

    Its microATX, also known as µATX (sometimes transliterated as mATX[1] or uATX[2][3] on Internet forums) is a standard for motherboards that was introduced in December 1997.[4] The maximum size of a microATX motherboard is 244 mm × 244 mm (9.6 in × 9.6 in), but some microATX boards can be as small as 171.45 mm × 171.45 mm (6.75 in × 6.75 in)[5]. The standard ATX size is 25% longer, at 305 mm × 244 mm (12 in × 9.6 in).
    Currently available microATX motherboards support CPUs from VIA, Intel or AMD.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MicroATX
  10. Cases have many pre-drilled holes for the stand-off's to fit different formats.
  11. Best answer selected by hormel09.
  12. Thanx for the vote and good luck!
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