How to Mount Two ATX Motherboards in One Case.?

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1. Measure the motherboards, then open the computer chassis and mark out the spots to be drilled on the back mounting plate. 2. Take out the hard drive bay at the bottom so that both boards can fit with the power supply. A 3.5-inch to 5.25-inch
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Chucking? Seriously? You gonna stick with that hmm?ok. Well moving on. No you do not need to buy an E-ATX board. Yes you do need to buy a FULL TOWER case like my case. http://www.newegg.com
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You may use either one; although it's recommended that you use the one that's closest to the DIMM sockets.
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I would mask the bits I wanted from the port, and test for the possible combinations in a case statement: In C and presumably the Arduino's own dialect it's called a switch statement
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In terms of size, the ATX motherboard form factor has two variants: the regular ATX, which measures 12 inches wide and 9.6 inches deep, or 305 by 244 millimeters ...
In terms of size, the ATX motherboard form factor has two variants: the regular ATX, which measures 12 inches wide and 9.6 inches deep, or 305 by 244 millimeters ...
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