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Table Of Contents  How to Build Your Own PC - Save A Buck And Learn A Lot
 9  Chapter 4: Installing The Mainboard In The Case
      9  Test Fitting and Installing the Mainboard

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Physical Mainboard Installation Complete

You now have your mainboard installed in the case (Figure 70). Unless you decide to upgrade the mainboard, you’ll probably never need to remove it. If you do, be sure to prepare a clean surface to set the mainboard on and be sure to ground your hands by touching a metal surface before touching the mainboard.


Figure 70: Mainboard installed in the case

 



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