1) Does your case accept an ATX Form Factor motherboard?
2) Does the case accepts a standard ATX Power Supply
3) Will the case accept standard height (not low-profile) add-on cards?
4) Can you modify/strip the front power, reset, hdd activity light connections to match your motherboard?
Thanks for your answer, this give me some pointers to work with!
1) I think it supports micro-atx
2) I have no idea, how can I check this? Simply measure up the size inside the case?
4) I can disconnect these from the current motherboard, but unsure if they are standard and will fit on my new motherboard. I guess I will just have to give it a try
1) Easiest way to check is to count the number of expansion slots the case allows for. If the case only allows for four expansion slots, it will only accept a MicroATX motherboard. A full ATX motherboard will not physically fit within the case.
2) Not entirely fool-proof, but if you look at the rear of the case, the power supply should be held in place by four screws. Three screws in a corner of the power supply. The fourth will be off-set from the corner.
3) Good to go.
4) Chances are they will not match up with your new motherboard and each wire will need to be connected to the new board, individually.