Corsair Graphite Series 600T support E-ATX motherboards?

Good day to all. I am pretty confused right now. I really don't know what to believe. I just wanna ask if the Corsair Graphite Series 600T can support E-ATX motherboards like the Asus Maximus V Extreme. It is really a little confusing because what is written in the Corsair website was this case only supports mATX and ATX motherboards in the specs page:
But I've seen some articles/pictures that this case had E-ATX motherboards inside.. Like the Maximus IV Extreme Z..
So any help would be appreciated.. Posting some pictures of this case with an E-ATX motherboard inside would be greatly appreciated too.
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  1. -ATX boards are longer than ATX, so it won't fit unless it says the case supports that size. then again i found this Intel i7-920 (2.66ghz) Processor (Overclocked @ 3.2Ghz)
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  2. Best answer
    EATX boards are just slightly longer than ATX boards, same mounting holes too!
  3. Yes, same width, but an E-ATX is about 4 inches longer. Most likely it'll be reaching close to the PSU if there's not enough room.
    You'll probably need a Full Tower. Its taller.
  4. As far as I know, E-ATX boards aren't taller.. But longer.. So it might cover some grommets of the 600T case on the right side.. I've also seen some pictures of this case with an E-ATX motherboard where the motherboard covered the first column of the grommets partly. But that can be acceptable.. Wires can still pass through that partly covered grommet. So yeah.. Thanks for all of your help. Now I know ATX and E_ATX motherboards got the same mounting holes. So thanks to all who replied. Confusion solved :D
  5. Thanks bigcyo1 for the pictures.. It gave me more reference
  6. Best answer selected by xfire235.
  7. Your welcome!
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