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Older case -Newer Moboard

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I have a relatively older (but new as in unused) ATX tower case and a new ATX 550w silent PSU and is everything that I want. The case hase the normal bunch of leads to the case fan - reset switch - on off switch - cabinet speaker etc. but! the new Intel pentium4 925x mobo has none of the pins to accomodate, just a bunch in a double strip called control panel, how can I determine what lead goes where???????????????????????????????????????
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Google the board model and find a manual. Or just plug them in and see what does what via process of elimination.
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Short tutorial on finding manuals:


model# Filetype:pdf

Many times that will get you a manual without having to browse through the mfr's site. You can even get manuals for special boards this way.

Of course you can go to the maker's site if it is still available.

Edited by Tyger, 27 May 2007 - 03:20 PM.

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Intel MB connections,




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