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  • #16
    Originally posted by curaga View Post
    Neo-ITX is fully compatible with the larger standards.

    So you can put it in a Mini-ITX case, Micro-ATX case, or even a full ATX case. The only thing you lose by going with a Mini-ITX case vs a native Neo-ITX case is some size, which at these levels doesn't really matter.
    Fully compatible ?!?

    Well two of the four mounting holes might be compatible but the other two aren't for sure, they are clearly spaced in a different way than a Mini-ITX.

    Here are pics taken from below of a VIA APC....

    http://liliputing.wpengine.netdna-cd.../05/apc_03.jpg

    ...and from a typical Mini-ITX motherboard....

    http://www.zotac.com/components/com_...800x600%5D.jpg

    Clearly only two mounting holes are compatible.

    Of course that you can that you can install yourself some standoffs...

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    • #17
      Good point, I don't have one myself, I went by their official information.

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