Cabinet or chassis

A computer case (also known as a computer chassis, cabinet, box, tower, enclosure, housing, system unit or simply case) is an enclosure on which the circuit boards and other electronics are mounted (usually excluding the display, keyboard and mouse).Cases are usually constructed from steel or aluminum. Plastic is sometimes used.

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It is available in different sizes to accommodate various physical sizes of motherboard also called as “form factors of motherboard”.

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