HP Pavilion HPE h9 - 1210t: transfer of components of an HP pre-constructed in a new case

So I have an old HP PC, and I want to transfer all components in a new smaller enclosure.

This is the case, I thought I'd do:

http://www.Amazon.com/GP/product/B013DYXG4Q?ColId=1QU5IN07S5NIM&coliid=I327BRH0C9HKXX&ref_=wl_it_dp _...

Here are my components:

CPU i7-3770
Card mother HP
HP modular POWER supply no
HP 8 GB of Ram
Liquid HP chillers
Blu Ray player
GTX 680



Some of the issues that you might encounter include:

  1. The HP PSU has custom length cables and you'll leave a top mounted mounted power supply to a PSU background. You probably need a new power supply.  Extension cables are not cool.
  2. The new rear fan Cabinet is a different size from the rear fan HP. You may need an adapter.
  3. The I/O rear HP plate could be a problem.
  4. Connections on the front panel should be OK.
  5. HP USB2 ports on the motherboard are missing a ground PIN.
  6. If you install the optional fans in the case again then you must use a fan controller as the mother of HP and not set up to handle the optional fans.

Good luck!

Thanks for posting on the forum.

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