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    HP D530 Ultra Slim Desktop - Motherboard Standard?

    Does anyone know if the motherboard in an HP D530 Ultra Slim Desktop conforms to any sort of standard? Mini-ATX? Micro-ITX? etc...?

    I'm looking to put this into a different case, but, can't do anything until I know what sort of case i need.

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    Quote Originally Posted by /dev/null
    Does anyone know if the motherboard in an HP D530 Ultra Slim Desktop conforms to any sort of standard? Mini-ATX? Micro-ITX? etc...? ...
    HP/link,


    If mobo looks like at the following, LINK
    Appears to be proprietory.
    "I know nothing."
    Cheers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shinma View Post
    Appears to be proprietory.

    Dammit. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by /dev/null View Post
    Dammit. Thanks.
    They usually are, so it's best to take the ram, CPU etc and get a new MB.

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    Yeah, that's what i'm planning on. New mobo, case, and PSU. Move the existing CPU and RAM over. This machine is just not as expandable as i'd like, and it's starting to have some of those old D530 issues, i think.

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