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Need help to find out if my motherboard is ATX

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hello, I hope this is the correct place to ask but Is the Gigabyte GA-78LMT-USB3 6.0 Motherboard a ATX size? I'm thinking of upgrading to MSI X470 GAMING PRO ATX Motherboard and wondered if it will fit in my case. (I can't remembe my case name)

 

Thank you 

 

Luke,

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The GA-78LMT-USB3 is a micro-atx board. Depending on the case you could still fit an ATX board in there but we'd need to have more information to tell for sure.


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7 minutes ago, Luke94 said:

Okay thank you, would it help if you see a picture of the pc?

A picture of the inside of the case would help.

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Okay I'll send one (excuse the potato pc that it is) well and truly need of an upgrade 

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That's microATX. You can either look it up by the exact model number, but I can tell by the picture, it's that.

So no, it's not exactly ATX size, but does follow ATX standards.


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19 minutes ago, Luke94 said:

Okay thank you for your help :)

 

You can fit an ATX motherboard in that case.


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