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Epox EP-8KHA+ with Socket 462 Mainboard
The case is the big box of metal that holds your computer together. Choosing a case type for a computer system is not an overly complex topic, but this section will provide you with information about the various case type technologies to help you understand how your system operates.
 
How To Migrate To A New Case Design
This document will outline concepts associated with migrating to a new case type. In this article, I provide a case by case comparison between a variety of units to help you make a smarter, more economical buying decision when upgrade time comes
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