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macurban14

Maximum size mobo for CM Haf XB II Evo Case

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I would like to know what the maximum motherboard size for the HAF XB II Evo Case is. I know that the Form Factor is ATX...I would like to know the maximum dimensions in inches. Thanks for any help!

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Welcome to CM forum 
 

May i know what kind motherboard you want to get ? 

 

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5 hours ago, Mohd Noh said:

Welcome to CM forum 
 

May i know what kind motherboard you want to get ? 

 

Well, I have the Asus Rampage V Extreme, which is technically an EATX motherboard...It is a standard ATX length, but just a bit wider...It's fit in the last case I got, which stated that it only supported up to ATX.

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13 hours ago, macurban14 said:

Well, I have the Asus Rampage V Extreme, which is technically an EATX motherboard...It is a standard ATX length, but just a bit wider...It's fit in the last case I got, which stated that it only supported up to ATX.

 

Better just follow official website that chassis only support up to ATX board type . 

Be back , will update to you regarding this issue . 

 

Update : Oh man unfortunately that chassis as you mentioned above cant handle EATX type board ( officially Website )

Here is some reference , maybe can help you out : Cooler Master HAF-XB Club

To get more detail i would like you sent out a ticket to CM customer service , they will help you out regarding this issue .

 

 

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