The specifications of many computer cases do indicate the maximum length of graphics card that they can accept (e.g. "290 mm GPU clearance"). However, graphics cards are three-dimensional objects that have length, width, and height. The NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660 for example has a height of 4.37 inches (11.0998 cm). This card is also two-slots wide. I am afraid that a computer case that I choose is long enough but not wide or tall enough to support certain graphics cards. May I know if the height or width of a graphics card matter when choosing a computer case?