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« on: May 06, 2004, 08:26:55 PM »

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has anyone ever seen or dealt with a computer case whose motherboard tray has little conical mounts instead of providing standoffs?

i ask this because there was a system that was like that, and when i tried to put standoffs in, the i/o would be maladjusted to the chassis, so i screwed it directly into the tray on top of the conical mounts. they do suspend the board over the tray and it appears not to be touching anything. am i mistaken/naive to think that it won't short the board?


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