Yes, microATX motherboard can fit in ATX case, but you have to consider some kind of disadvantage. Though, the advantage of using ATX case for microATX is higher than the disadvantage. Your PC will get better airflow with more room for upgrade, bays for drives, and route cabling.
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Can a micro ATX fit in a full tower case?
Full-tower and mid-tower cases both fit standard ATX motherboards鈥攂y far the most common motherboard size out there. Both can also fit smaller micro-ATX motherboards. Exact sizing varies from case to case, but most mid-towers run up to roughly 18 inches high and 8 or so inches wide. Can a micro ATX fit in a full tower?
Should I get micro ATX or Mini ITX?
Micro ATX is the best choice in the majority of cases. Only go with ATX if you need more than 4 PCIe slots and only go with Mini ITX if you want the most compact PC that you can get. Similarly one may ask, can micro ATX fit in Mid Tower?
Do xclio cases support micro ATX?
Most Xclio cases will support Micro-ATX, but there are other companies that will as well. Just browse some online sites (newegg, tigerdirect, etc.) and select ATX full tower and browse the cases.
Can I mount a micro-ATX motherboard in a Mini-ITX case?
This person is a verified professional. Verify your account to enable IT peers to see that you are a professional. Nope, micro-ATX is slightly larger than mini-ITX and due to the internal layout you wouldn’t be able to mount the motherboard and close the sides of the case (plus the mounting holes issue).