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Hi guys, I am looking to build an ITX size PC for my end of year project at college, i do not possess an ITX mother board and i was wondering if any of you guys had a template of the screw hole locations. any dimensions, templates or other useful information is all welcome. thanks have a nice day!

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It would depend on what parts and case design you are going after


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16 minutes ago, will121162 said:

Hi guys, I am looking to build an ITX size PC for my end of year project at college, i do not possess an ITX mother board and i was wondering if any of you guys had a template of the screw hole locations. any dimensions, templates or other useful information is all welcome. thanks have a nice day!

You've got an atx or micro atx board?


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16 minutes ago, will121162 said:

Hi guys, I am looking to build an ITX size PC for my end of year project at college, i do not possess an ITX mother board and i was wondering if any of you guys had a template of the screw hole locations. any dimensions, templates or other useful information is all welcome. thanks have a nice day!

I have one thing to say at first: mini-itx is really expensive. what about m-axt?


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The wikipedia article on ATX helped me a lot when making a test-bench thing: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ATX

Also this may help: images?q=tbn:ANd9GcQ5XIaE7pA0l2vsETEVuFXxWbiY39yu_Ybwd4ea7qJE7CbPwvLooA


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13 minutes ago, LukeSavenije said:

I have one thing to say at first: mini-itx is really expensive. what about m-axt?

If you look in the right places, an ITX PC can be built pretty cheaply.  I put together a 4K streaming PC in an Antec ISK 110 for around $300 last year.  Of course, a graphics card can't be installed in a tiny case like that, but it plays 4K video at 60FPS, so it's good enough for its intended purpose!

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2 minutes ago, VIVO-US said:

If you look in the right places, an ITX PC can be built pretty cheaply.  I put together a 4K streaming PC in an Antec ISK 110 for around $300 last year.  Of course, a graphics card can't be installed in a tiny case like that, but it plays 4K video at 60FPS, so it's good enough for its intended purpose!

not bad! that would be the biggest problem I think. itx gpu's kinda suck thermalwise (higher end at least)


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While your airflow will literally be cancer, something like a Fractal Node 202 will be absolutely plenty if you want to put a good GPU (310mm max length), no need to go for the bad Mini-ITX versions. 


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