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can my pc fit into a case

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Posted · Original PosterOP

so i am buying a new case and i want to change it my self,so can i change the case with youtube tutorials or is it hard i tryed it once.and after i change my pc case do i have to reinstall windows or controll voltage coolers.

(sorry for my english)

 

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You bought a new case and want to take all the stuff from your old case and put it into your new case?  Is that what you're asking?

 

If so, sure go ahead.  It's easy, and you watch YT videos to see how to build a PC since that's basically what you're doing.

 

Hopefully the new case is big enough, etc.

 

Don't need to reinstall Windows, or change anything.  Just rebuild.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
Just now, Dedayog said:

You bought a new case and want to take all the stuff from your old case and put it into your new case?  Is that what you're asking?

 

If so, sure go ahead.  It's easy, and you watch YT videos to see how to build a PC since that's basically what you're doing.

 

Hopefully the new case is big enough, etc.

 

Don't need to reinstall Windows, or change anything.  Just rebuild.

yes i want to take all stuff from old case to a new one

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1 minute ago, sabapro17 said:

yes i want to take all stuff from old case to a new one

Go for it.  Just take your time and double check everything.


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What system do you have at the moment? - some pre built systems don't utilise the standard mobo sizes or mounting placement.  

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Posted · Original PosterOP
46 minutes ago, LordVetinari said:

What system do you have at the moment? - some pre built systems don't utilise the standard mobo sizes or mounting placement.  

i have i3 9100f 3.6 ghz

16 gb ram ddr4

rx 570 4gb

128 ssd

1 tb hdd

atx motherboard

600w rgb psu can this pc fit into this case?

Type: Mid-Tower
Form factor: ATX / Micro ATX
Cooling
Built-in cooler: No.
Place for additional cooler: Front: 2 x 120x120 mm; Rear: 1 x 120x120 mm
Interface
1 x USB 2.0; 1 x USB 3.0
2 x Mini Jack
Headphone output: 1
Microphone input: 1
Physical characteristics
Size: 404 x 200 x 418 mm
Weight: 3.9 kg
Color: Black

this is the case specs

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