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I need a case for the parts im thinking about ordering, but i dont know what case fits my motherboard of choice, rest of the explanation is in post

Im planning in getting a ryzen 7 2700x and a Gigabyte X570 Aorus Elite, and im a beginner lol so i dont know too much  about cases and what mother boards fit them, so it would be very cool and I would be thankful if someone could reply to this with a case that will suit my needs. 

 

Thank you in advance

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That is an ATX board. That is a standard size. From there you want to look at ATX compatable cases. If using PcPartPicker, just use the filter on the left.

 

Once you got that, full tower cases are typically bigger. Allowing for more things or easy building in them. Mid towers are just a step down, but still have plenty of room in them. Some companies tell you the volume in Litres. More litres, more room, less litres, less room.

 

With that board type, its pretty easy to find a case. Just make sure that the GPU is not too long and not hitting anything to the right of the motherboard.

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Generally there's 4 sizes of Motherboard 

 

From biggest to smallest: 

 

EATX, ATX (Standard), mATX, and ITX 

 

that board is ATX, so an ATX case or EATX case is what you'll want 

 

Just make sure your CPU cooler height and gpu length are supported 

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The Board is a Standard ATX size according to the product page

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https://www.gigabyte.com/Motherboard/X570-AORUS-ELITE-rev-10/sp#sp

 

Which means any case that lists itself as an ATX case (mid tower, full tower, etc) will fit the board. Example would be a Fractal Design Meshify C or a Phanteks P400A (choosing the popular cases)

 

mATX and mITX cases use smaller mATX and mITX boards and will not fit your motherboard.

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22 minutes ago, Tempest1778 said:

Im planning in getting a ryzen 7 2700x and a Gigabyte X570 Aorus Elite, and im a beginner lol so i dont know too much  about cases and what mother boards fit them, so it would be very cool and I would be thankful if someone could reply to this with a case that will suit my needs. 

 

Thank you in advance

Why are you buying a 2700X ? What are you using the pc for ? 

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21 minutes ago, TVwazhere said:

The Board is a Standard ATX size according to the product page

image.png.deebb84161fabdb6b0c5115233caa2c4.png

https://www.gigabyte.com/Motherboard/X570-AORUS-ELITE-rev-10/sp#sp

 

Which means any case that lists itself as an ATX case (mid tower, full tower, etc) will fit the board. Example would be a Fractal Design Meshify C or a Phanteks P400A (choosing the popular cases)

 

mATX and mITX cases use smaller mATX and mITX boards and will not fit your motherboard.

You know what other case will fit that board, right?  :)

 

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