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You can upgrade mother board. You will have to worry about the slots of the casing for the motherboard that you would buy. The case is built for the HP motherboard. I think the screws to lock it in should be fine (but do check just in case) but the slots corresponding to the ports of the motherboard such as the video output, usb ports, audio output, etc may be slightly off. Most manufacturers of board has this as standard but I am unsure if HP has a different specific. Take note first of those ports on the existing board as guide. The rest of the parts should be similar to any computers out there.
Posted on Dec 12, 2009
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