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Why is there such different sized motherboard standoff screws?

Go to solution Solved by Oshino Shinobu,

ATX Standardised Motherboards aren't the only thing that uses standoffs...

 

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I'll be migrating my current PC to a new a case in a week and I was daydreaming about running a couple of small cables under the MOBO. So I searched for some longer standoff screws. lol Until it dawned on me that they'd then make my IO shield not fit in the case. Why is there such a different amount of lengths? What would these really long ones be used for?  https://www.amazon.com/Standoff-Threaded-Motherboard-Assortment-Mounting/dp/B06XQ33Y9X/ref=sr_1_18?dchild=1&keywords=motherboard+standoff+screws&qid=1603252578&sr=8-18

Are there cases that are really that different from the standard size standoff screws? Probably a really newb question, but considering I've only built all of 1 PC I'm still a newb. :)

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