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Can ATX case to put a micro-ATX motherboard?

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The question is not about any particular model of the body, and in General for all.
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Yes, you can. Even if there is no mounting standoffs under microATX, coinciding with the ATX will be enough for secure mounting.
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Can there be not so much the case as in small features of the power supply. More precisely in asiamah.
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Most micro-ATX the motherboard I have met the standard 20+4 connector power supply or 20+4+4 so I think special problems should arise.
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The mounting rack is usually in ATX enclosures available even under Mini-ITX, the tails of the power supply is also in abundance (standard 20+4+4 the vast majority of cases, enough). Should not be a problem.
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Definitely, no problem.
Form factor was developed based on the full electrical and mechanical backward compatibility with ATX. MicroATX motherboards can be used in cases for ATX
- https://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/MicroATX
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