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E-ATX in ATX case, mod needed?

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I'm looking for a small case, that can still handle some hardware and found this: https://www.overclockers.co.uk/anidees-ai-07bw-atx-cube-black-window-ca-024-ad.html
But since I'm working with the X99 platform, so would it be nice to be able to get an E-ATX motherboard into it.
As far as I can tell, so is the only thing that will happen, is that a little part of the motherboard will be outside the tray.

The motherboard I'm looking at is MSI X99A GODLIKE: http://www.tweaktown.com/reviews/7271/msi-x99a-godlike-gaming-intel-x99-motherboard-review/index.html
That one water cooled with 3 way SLI, will be tight, even with the radiator external.
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The board is listed as 12 in. x 10.7 in. (30.5 cm x 27.2 cm), so its just a bit wider then a normal ATX board.
Will it work?
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