Computer Cabinet query
That means, my mobo fits perfectly in the chassis leaving almost no space up or down.
So is my cabinet mid-atx or mini-atx?
Q2. Is this compact fitting of mobo in a case safe?
Q3. I didnt have proper studs(copper mobo lifters), so further most (1 one near the front) side of the mobo was NOT screwed to the chassis.
So i stacked it up with help of a pile of newspaper (making sure the arse of motherboard was not touching the chassis).
Now, (if you understand what i am tryna explain) IS THIS SAFE???
Q4. I got way too excited with the thermal paste & smeared twice the quantity required over the cpu. I kno that its very bad for heat dissapiation.
But would it be really worth the pain to remove heatsink to clean it (i am lazy).
The heatsink is very, very tightly fixed & considering problem no 3, i dont think i can put too much pressure on it.
So finally, it that safe??
Re: Computer Cabinet query
Also, consider yourself getting a good computer case, atleast to mid-atx incase if you live in a hot and humid region like India, so that the air passes in and out without giving you too much of overheating problems, just a thought.
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