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how to tell motherboard type?

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we have 4 machines we want to put into rackmount cases, but we need to determine what type of motherboards they have to get the right cases.....how can we tell atx, at, and any others by looking inside the machine?
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I would spend time typing my descriptions, but this is an excellent site:

http://www.esc-ca.com/faqs/formfactor.htm
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Thank you!
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