Medion Pc mt6

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    guest_9323wk VIP Member

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    Hi,

    I have a freind that wants me to move all of his components over to a new case for him.


    This is the currunt pc that he has got at the moment.

    Medion
    Pc mt6 I was wondering if someone could please inform me weather this computer case is ATX, i've been unable to find it out so I was wondering if someone he might know.


    New Case

    Thanks,

    wizkid
     
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    Adywebb Growing old.... Moderator

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    Well your link calls it a JEANTECH JNR-102V3 - AQUA BUTTERFLY ATX CASE so I guess so :D
     
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    Adywebb Growing old.... Moderator

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    Oooops, I may have read this wrongly :blush: - your talking about the Medion PC aren't you?


    I can't find anything about the motherboard form factor of the Medion, but its likely to be either ATX or Micro ATX..........both of which will fit the Jeantech :thumb:

    You might find the MedionUK website useful too.
     
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    guest_9323wk VIP Member

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    Hiya Ady,

    Thanks for the replies yes I'm talking about the Medion PC. I would had thought it would had been one of the two becuase I think its only a few years old. Smae here I have been unable to find any information on that PC as well.


    Thanks,

    Wizkid
     
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    muckshifter Captain Crunchie, Retired Moderator

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    You will find it hard to find much info on any Medion PC ... they are what I call, "cheap-proprietary" systems.


    Wiz, no disrespect, but are you really gonna try and refit that PC ... I mean, judging by the questions you ask I would think your knowledge is a wee bit lacking. I admire your friends trust. ;)


    Glad I wasn't the only one to misinterpretate the question. :D


    :user:
     
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    Mucks,

    I've have built serval computers over the years and transferred parts from one case to another I was only checking because I don’t want him to buy the case and then the motherboard wont fit or something like that.

    Wiz


     
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    Adywebb Growing old.... Moderator

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    Interesting link in itself Abarb, but doesn't really answer the question as to what the motherboard form factor of the Medion PC is :)
     
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    Abarbarian Acruncher VIP Member

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    Ha ha but it does help as it gives sizes for the different forms of ATX . So if a tape was used then the type of mobo could be determined .

    :p
     
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    Cheers for the link.
     
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    Last time i bothered to look at a Medion pc was when a mate was asking about one.....

    IIRC the back plate was very ummm, 'unique' and i would hazard a guess that it wouldn't be straight forward to just swap out the boards tbh.

    I'd check this out before buying a new case and ripping out the old one. ;)
     
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    if you have that kind of experience with computers you should know the form factor of a motherboard just by looking at it......its a micro atx motherboard......your welcome :) have a great day
     
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    Hope you realize you just answered a three year old thread. :lol:
     
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