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Transferring Dell Precision 390 components


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globaljoe

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I did an operating system re-installation on a Dell Precision 390 a few months ago for a friend of a friend, he has now been in touch and wants to know if I will be able to transfer all of the components into another case that his girlfriend found on e-bay and took a liking to, the case is an Envizage-E-3393-Black-Blue-ATX-Gaming-PC-Tower-Case, can anyone foresee any problems I may have with this.
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Can`t foresee any problems there http://www.envizage....tower-case.html the size and connections on the Dell PSUs were a worry years back but they have in the main fallen in line with other suppliers now and use components that are more universal.
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Thanks Phil, I'll give that a go then! :thumbsup:
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No worries and give us a shout if you need us :thumbsup:
http://gdgt.com/dell...sion/390/specs/ one concern is the lack of MB dimensions, ATX, mATX or uATX, there is a (unused though) question and answer facility at the attached link.
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