[Help] Would this fit the case?

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v1ral

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I plan to get an Asus M4A89GTD PRO, GALAXY GAMING CASE (ATX FORM FACTOR), Coolermaster N620 Series.

Would that fit the GALAXY GAMING CASE?
 

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If you are expecting answers in under a half hour, you have come to the wrong place. We are all volunteers here helping each other when we have the time and information to do so. It may take a while for someone familiar with your hardware to come across your post.
 

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If you are expecting answers in under a half hour, you have come to the wrong place. We are all volunteers here helping each other when we have the time and information to do so. It may take a while for someone familiar with your hardware to come across your post.
Sorry then. I guess I didnt wait ;/
 

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Do you have a link to this Galaxy case? Does it come with a power supply? If it does and its a cheap brand then you would be much better off buying a separate power supply from a quality manufacturer.

The generic answer is if its an ATX case then any ATX or micro-ATX motherboard should fit into it.

If its this case: http://www.dlrcomputers.co.uk/galaxy-iii-black-gaming-case-window450wpsu-bubble-lights-i53.html
Look elsewhere, I've used it and its junk and so is any power supply that comes with it.
Try a CoolerMaster case or another brand.
 

v1ral

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Yeah its that. I dont need an advance one since im not OC'ing it. The N620 CPU cooler would fit in there?
 

Triple6

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Advanced what? The power supply is simply junk, it has the potential to fail and destroy all the components in the computer, if you are fine with replacing components because they fail due a junk power supply or system stability is not important then....

The case itself is poorly built, its flimsy and finished poorly.

The cooler will likely work, you need to make sure it will fit the motherboard, not so much the case, and not be obstructed by any components on the motherboard - check the CoolerMaster site for any compatibility info.
 
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