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Where can I find the mounting dimensions of mac pro motherboards?

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hi all,

 

I've been stuck while modding the mac pro as I wanted to re use the mac pro's mounting holes to mount a motherboard tray that will hold a matx motherboard at the same time.

 

so far I've been resorting to using crude methods to "reconcile" the difference in mounting holes (mac pro's and matx's) and I am hoping I can use a more accurate method of doing so.

 

the plan is to use the relative positions and distance of the mounting holes to laser cut a template made from acrylic sheets then cut matx mounting holes on the same sheet.

 

 

can anyone help on this matter?

 

or does anyone have a spoilt mac pro logic board for sale somewhere? cheapest on ebay is still too expensive because they are in good working condition.t

 

thanks

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