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I'm guessing it's a micro-ATX system so you would need a case that supports that specification. If it's an mini-ITX you'd need a case that supports that. You can usually tell by the number of expansion slots on the back or by looking at the motherboard.

You may also need a new power supply if the current one doesn't fit easily in the new case.

One other thing to be careful of is any proprietary connections that they use.
 

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Hello ashabellenar and welcome to TSF,

Is this what the right side of your case looks like?

 

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Your computer likely uses the "BTX" form factor then. It is not compatible with a standard ATX case.
 

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