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Is it possible (without drilling any holes or anything) to fit an e-ATX motherboard into a large computer case whose form factors are only ATX and micro-ATX? The case itself should have enough space in it to put the motherboard in, but will it have the right standoff positions?

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It will depend on the case manufacturer, who may or may not have provided pre-drilled holes/positions for the different form factor.

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Would this be true for this: thermaltakeusa.com/Product.aspx?C=1277&ID=2101#Tab1 – user912 Sep 16 '12 at 0:54
    
No, as the E-ATX (Extended ATX) has a length of 13 inches while that case has a max length of 12 inches. – imtheman Sep 16 '12 at 4:38

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