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Will this motherboard fit into my case?

Hi, I'm building a new pc and I got everything down except for my case and motherboard.
I am not sure if this motherboard will fit into the case.
Motherboard: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813130646
Case: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811144268
So will it fit or should I need a different motherboard?
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  1. It supports it, it supports the standard ATX, Micro ATX boards. No issue.
    But couldn't you look at a better airflow case, good looking one?
    $70 after rebate, but a lot better than yours
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811119240
  2. You can get a better case for the same price.
  3. ilysaml said:
    It supports it, it supports the standard ATX, Micro ATX boards. No issue.
    But couldn't you look at a better airflow case, good looking one?
    $70 after rebate, but a lot better than yours
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811119240


    hmm i thought this case would have pretty good airflow since it already comes with 5 fans. can you explain why it wouldnt be the best case for the price?
  4. Best answer
    The Cooler Master cases are rated for the best airflow, so is the Enforcer.
    Some other low end brands don't have a decent airflow due to low quality fans, and it's being noisy regarding to acoustic level.
    Latest round up for the high end cases granted the CM SE the best perfromance and value.


    EDIT: You don't need a side fan unless you're planning on SLI/CF.
  5. ilysaml said:
    The Cooler Master cases are rated for the best airflow, so is the Enforcer.
    Some other low end brands don't have a decent airflow due to low quality fans, and it's being noisy regarding to acoustic level.
    Latest round up for the high end cases granted the CM SE the best perfromance and value.
    http://media.bestofmicro.com/E/0/342648/original/cooler-master_storm-enforcer_award.jpg

    EDIT: You don't need a side fan unless you're planning on SLI/CF.


    thanks for the tips
  6. Best answer selected by Fargot325.
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