Re: Changing Computer Cases?
dont know of any vids of case swapping but its easier than you think.
the size of your motherboard will be your first guide, is it atx or mini atx etc. number of drive bays you need. does the facia accomodate your ROM drives properly. does the chassis have enough PCI case slots (you may have 4 or 5 pci slots you should have the same number of ports at the back. other than that its quite straight forward.disconnect all power cables and ribbon cables. break your old PC down into its component parts HDD's, ROM drives, floppy drives. remove all PCI and agp cards remove all the screws
holding the motherboard down. remove the board. take staic precautions you dont want to fry any of the PCB based items. make sure in the new case you
have the standoffs in the right place (pillers the motherboard sit on) and basically do everything in reverse to put it back together. make notes and diagrams if it helps. above all dont panic it is easy. my first home build was slow. now i can dismantle my PC for cleaning and maintianance in 45 minutes. a magnetic screwdriver is a big help when trying to reach in and refit screws and removing them of coarse.
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