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    ATX I/O Plate

    Hi,

    Simple question ... motherboards seem to come (more often than not) with a specific plate for the arrangement of I/O ports at the rear of the machine, does anyone know of a place where one can purchase these (preferably generic)?

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    Re: ATX I/O Plate

    That's the problem, there really is no such thing as Generic anymore - one of the advantages of the ATX form factor is that in that I/O area, the MOBO makers have the flexibility to put USB, Firewire, RJ-45 LAN, serial, LPT, 5.1 sound, and all kinds of things, pretty much where they want. Your best bet might be to contact the motherboard manufacturer and see if they will send you one. Cases usually come with one too - and I always end up throwing it away for the one that comes with the motherboard - maybe you can check with a local PC shop and see if they have any laying around - I suspect they will be as generic as they get.
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