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The info. you need is the case's 'form factor' (meaning what sizes of motherboard it can take) and the motherboard's form factor (meaning the size of the motherboard).

Using your links :-

The case can take both mATX (m for micro meaning smaller than ATX) and ATX. These are the 2 most common sizes.

The motherboard is ATX.

So yes it will fit in that case.
 
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