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I have bought an Aopen case H500A.
On the box is written: Prescott ready LGA775 ATX 12v 2.0 version
The connector for the motherboard has 24 pins and my motherboard only 20
Can i use this case?
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This case is suitable only for Socket 775 Intel 9x5 New chipset, if you have socket 478 motherboard (most motherboard are 478 socket) then you will have to replace the power supply or get a 478-compatible Case.
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