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Building a Pc with Foxconn TSAA891 case and aBit Motherboard NF7-S

I can not find where the wires from the case connect to the motherboard I have worked out everything else

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Re: Building a Pc with Foxconn TSAA891 case and aBit...

What kind of cable wire? please indicate your main problem!

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