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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.
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Title: Guide To PC Cases
Description: This section provides an extensive overview about the PC case also known as chassis. From evolution to configuration and architecture, the references within this section will provide you with a fundamental understanding of how a case defines the overall architecture of a PC.
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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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