Difference between SSI CEB and Extended ATX? Tags: Motherboards Asus Cases ATX Last response: June 3, 2012 5:10 PM in Motherboards Share ratsa June 1, 2012 2:51:39 PM Asus has a board which is listed as Extended ATX, and one as SSI CEB, but they both have nearly the same dimensions. How can I tell whether they will fit in my ATX case? More about : difference ssi ceb extended atx nna2 a b V Motherboard June 3, 2012 5:10:00 PM what case do you have? there 2 different sizes of motherboards, but it still might fit m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Difference between ATX and extended ATX? Best CPU for gaming build, 3770k or 3820? Forum SolvedWhat is the difference between Extended and normal version of a software? Forum SolvedIs there a difference in performance between ATX & mATX Motherboards, or is it just more expandability Forum Solvedwhats the difference between atx and mini atx? Forum SolvedWhats the difference between standard ATX and ATX Forum SolvedWhats the difference between MicroAtX,FullATX, and normal ATX Forum Solvedwhat is the difference between a mini itx and a macro atx? Forum Solveddifference between 2 and 3pin molex to 4pin atx adapter? Forum SolvedWhat is the difference between mATX and ATX practically? Forum SolvedIs there a difference between ATX and Mid ATX? Thanks! Forum SolvedIs there a difference between ATX and Mid ATX? Thanks! Forum What is the difference between roaming and extended network Forum difference between regular, "roam", and "extended area" Forum What is the difference between ATX and MicroATX? Forum Difference between ATX and micro-ATX, graphic cards wise Forum Difference between ATX and Micro ATX? Forum What's the difference between eatx and atx psu's? Forum What is difference between atx and micro atx motherboard ? Forum What is the difference between ATX and BTX motherboard? Forum Difference between ATX and ATX12V? Forum More resources Read discussions in other Motherboards categories BIOS Boot Chipsets ASRock Asus Chaintech DFI Elitegroup FIC Foxconn Gigabyte Intel MSI-Microstar !