I am making a case and want to know whether motherboard raisers are the best and antistatic way to attach the motherboard. Is this true?
For reference THIS is the machine i will be moving to the new case.
Not anti-static, simply motherboard risers (not raisers) will prevent the solder and electrical components on the motherboard from contacting and conducting electricity to each other across the case (prevents short-circuits). Most modern cases come with them either pre-installed or in a kit that comes with the case. They are definitely important. Hopefully this helps.
Thanks, helped a bit
Do you mean stand offs? Those are used to prevent the back of the board from conducting with the metal of the case.
Yeah I do. I just need to do just that