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Motherboard stand off question.


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powerbuilder333

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I have a GA-P35-DS3L mobo that has 14 holes in it.
I have a Antec plus1000 series case, and 13 stand offs, with 24 holes in the case for stand offs.
Only 6 holes will align properly with the stand offs.
Is this enough?
Should I leave the extra stand offs in the bag? (I suspect yes).
This is my first time installing a mobo - so please forgive the noob questions.
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I have a GA-P35-DS3L mobo that has 14 holes in it.
I have a Antec plus1000 series case, and 13 stand offs, with 24 holes in the case for stand offs.
Only 6 holes will align properly with the stand offs.
Is this enough?
Should I leave the extra stand offs in the bag? (I suspect yes).
This is my first time installing a mobo - so please forgive the noob questions.

Yes that is fine, look to see if you can add a stand off to the outer edge . Where the SATA connections are ? I think you can add one more on that MB there. Gives it some support when pluging in the Sata cables .

If not 6 will work just fine .
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