Motherboard screw holes Tags: Motherboards Last response: February 5, 2013 4:07 AM in Motherboards Share yesthis February 5, 2013 2:47:19 AM You know the little bumbs that are on the edge of the screw holes? What are you those for? Is it normal for there to be scratches on the bumps after screwing, or does that mean that the screw is too tight? More about : motherboard screw holes alexoiu a c 338 V Motherboard February 5, 2013 4:07:17 AM To keep the screw in place and to avoid damaging the board when tightening the screw. You don't have to use too much force when thightening them, but scratches might occur. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumWill motherboard screw holes fit the case screws !!?? ForumMotherboard metalized screw holes ForumMotherboard slightly warped, doesn't lay against one screw hole . ForumMore motherboard mounting holes than motherboard standoffs ForumJoy the pci cards are not lining up with the screw holes ForumMotherboard Mounting Holes Out Of Alignment (I Think I Need To Drill) ForumHow to add fans to a case without fan holes ForumPower supply screw holes not matching up with case. Forumatx mobo screw hole dimensions needed ForumCase came with only 9 standoffs, motherboard has holes for 10. ForumNo Holes for Backplate Asus P9X79? ForumHelp, PSU's Screw Hole 's Won't Align With Case's Holes ForumOne screw won't go in to the motherboard standoff ForumProblem with motherboard mounting screw ForumWhat to do when the MB/IO/ holes dont fit? ForumLGA 775 and 1366 Heatsink Holes on MOBO ForumShould I Drill Holes In My Case Front for Cooling? ForumHelp updating BIOS ForumHigh pitch sound from motherboard. Forum[Solved] Choosing a motherboard More resources Read discussions in other Motherboards categories BIOS Boot Chipsets ASRock Asus Chaintech DFI Elitegroup FIC Foxconn Gigabyte Intel MSI-Microstar !