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    I want to buy the PC-343B (new version) for my home server and I want to fit inside an E-ATX dual CPU motherboard (like the Asus Z9PE-D8 WS). Is this possible? Any ideas on how to mod it in order to fit one?

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    Default Re: PC-343B (new version) and E-ATX Dual CPU Motherboard

    Quote Originally Posted by non-serviam View Post
    I want to buy the PC-343B (new version) for my home server and I want to fit inside an E-ATX dual CPU motherboard (like the Asus Z9PE-D8 WS). Is this possible? Any ideas on how to mod it in order to fit one?
    Hi non-serviam,

    The PC-343B will fit an E-ATX board no problem. Some eshops mistakenly put this case as only supporting ATX, we are looking into correcting this.

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    Default Re: PC-343B (new version) and E-ATX Dual CPU Motherboard

    Quote Originally Posted by Lian Li Tech View Post
    Hi non-serviam,

    The PC-343B will fit an E-ATX board no problem. Some eshops mistakenly put this case as only supporting ATX, we are looking into correcting this.

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    Thats great news! :D
    Do you know if I would be able to fit a dual cpu mobo with the 5.25 bays filled with the Icy Dock MB155SP-B tray? ^_^

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    Default Re: PC-343B (new version) and E-ATX Dual CPU Motherboard

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    Thats great news! :D
    Do you know if I would be able to fit a dual cpu mobo with the 5.25 bays filled with the Icy Dock MB155SP-B tray? ^_^
    You should have no problem, as the Icy Dock MB155SP-B only takes up three 5.25" bays, and you have 18 bays to choose from. :)
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    Default Re: PC-343B (new version) and E-ATX Dual CPU Motherboard

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    You should have no problem, as the Icy Dock MB155SP-B only takes up three 5.25" bays, and you have 18 bays to choose from. :)
    I am going to put 6 of them (fill all the bays) this is why I am asking if the motherboard will fit. :)

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    Default Re: PC-343B (new version) and E-ATX Dual CPU Motherboard

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    I am going to put 6 of them (fill all the bays) this is why I am asking if the motherboard will fit. :)
    This would be a problem, as is the length of the of the Icy Dock (20cm) would most likely be positioned over the second CPU. If you want to go for a dual CPU EATX motherboard and a lot of storage, I would suggest the PC-D8000. The HDD cages are 3.5" (instead of many 5.25"), so you couldn't use that Icy Dock model, but there are many other options.
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