I have a casing the covers the spacing between the peripheral socket which is standard to have when you buy a motherboard. My problem with these covers is that they have spokes that pushes the motherboard away so the sockets don't even come out of the covers. This also misaligns the screws on my atx motherboard with the holes in my computer case. I usually break these spokes so that i can align my motherboard correctly.
Why the heck do motherboard manufacture put spokes on these covers? am i using them wrong?
UPDATE: here's an image that i found that shows the plastic casing:
You can even see the indentation that makes the spokes that pushes the motherboard inwards.