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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 03-16-2019, 10:24 AM - Thread Starter
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Asrock M-A\ITX Boards Questions

Attempting to upgrade the board in a 20 year old case and have a clearance issue with Ram Slots as the original board (Socket 370) has 1 inch (25.4mm) of clearance - need the same to avoid major case mod for any M A/Itx boards to fit - Prefer Asrock
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Spent some time checking Google Images and it looks like the question has no answer. Seems that the current standard places the Ram slots between the top and center screw position on boards (I've looked at everthing from ATX through M A/I TX board images) and they're all the same so the case mod is the only way unless the other Socket 370 system board is still good.

Main reason for replacing this one is the IDE ports are dead so no drives and can't boot from anything except floppy.
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