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Old 02-03-2005, 02:29 PM   #1
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oki got all my stuff in, when i install my motherboard do i just screw it into the backing plate or is there some king of barrier that goes in beteween the motherboard and the mounting plate? it seems that if there wasnt somthing in beteween them that the motherboard would short out or somthing.

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yes the motherboard screws into spacers, the spacers are screwed into the backing plate. they probly space it about 1cm from the backing plate too.
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aah these little brass spacers. thank you very much for the fast reply im sure i will have many more q's

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yeah, be sure you use those, cuz it will short out the motherboard.
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