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Can mATX board fit in ATX mobo tray?

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Can mATX board fit in ATX mobo tray?

 

I bought an ATX motherboard tray, and was wondering if mATX boards fit ;)

 

Thanks!

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Yes, but why are hell bent on using a mobo tray if your not cutting the case and have the rear io setup? All you need to do is glue down some standoffs inside the case. Also why are you making new topics about the same thing :blink:

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oh hmm i see, i dont know, I thought it was a slightly different question so I didn't want to confuse people :blink:

 

I'm using a motherboard tray so that I have something to mount the PCI cards on.

If I don't then wouldn't the PCI cards lay on top of each other, causing enormous stress on the motherboard? especially with a heavy graphics card for example.

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