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fantasymon

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fixed the problem.

Edited by fantasymon, 17 March 2006 - 05:39 PM.

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Some I/O panels have clips on them while others have a serrated edge to hold them in place. You can pry on them just do it gently with steady force. You usually put the I/O panel in before you set the motherboard in place. The MB also kinda holds the I/Oin place.

Case fans usually blow out of the case. Its also a good idea to try getting a front to back flow of air thru the case. I put ductape on the inside at the bottom backside of a case because there was a grate there that was sucking the hot air back in the case. Speedfan showed by doing this i dropped 3 degrees in temp from 42 to 39 at idle.

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