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Motherboard model H1290

What pc case will work for this mobo. i want to put it in a new case

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Any ATX mini/middle/tower case. PSU ATX 300-350Wt and higher.

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I would recommend that you do in fact purchase a new motherboard, it is the heart of your computer and salvaging it from a prebuilt will not work out well for you, usually there is a restriction in the bios only allowing certain hardware to work with it.

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If you want some advice on a good computer build give us a price range, what you are trying to do on the computer, and whether or not you need a monitor, keyboard, or any other periphials.

You can also check out sites like or they both have very active forums that have specific topics where people can post these requests to get advice from a bunch of different people.

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If you already have a NEW POWER SUPPLY, I would get another MoBo and install it carefully. You can fire up the new MoBo out of the case with the processor and RAM just to see if it comes on. If it does, then install it.

Also Barbados, MoBos don't burn suddenly. It is usually power shorts or mishaps that burn MoBos, so you want to be careful with your power source. If you have a UPS, use it as you work with your PC.

Good luck, Barb!

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