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Im just a little confused with something. Maybe someone could clear it up for me.

I just bought this motherboard and now I am shopping for a case. My problem is, that it seems like every case I look at it dosen't seem like it would fit with the ports on the motherboard, specificly the integrated sound ports. From what I can see on the cases I look at, there is no hole for the 3 audio ports to stick out through. Is that area on cases removable by any chance so I could pop out a section of metal to put the sound ports through? I have never looked into cases before so im not sure how I know im getting the right one. I know I need an ATX but im just not sure how I tell.

Thanks for any help :angel:
 

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The last case I bought came with 2 different back plates which could be slotted in depending on the configuration of your motherboard. Also, some of the holes on these plates were covered but could be pushed out if you needed them. If you are buying on line it is hard to check what comes with the case but if buying in a store I would ask them what, if any, plates come with the case. I think that most modern ATX cases are designed to accomodate standard motherboard designs.
 

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Hey look here and let me know if you see a case you like . This is where we buy all our cases. http://www.atd-inc.com
 

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SPEEDO said:
Hello [email protected]

Do you have any Rambus memory on hand? If not I would check the prices on the memory before I ordered this motherboard......:D
Why yes actually I do :winkgrin:
I know Rambus isnt the best, but the mobo was pretty cheap and I have 256MB left from upgrading my Dell. I also ordered another 256MB when I ordered my mobo.
 
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