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Power connections for tower led's

Up graded to a new tower nzxt apollo for more space and cooling. bought in2006 noblis series model pc80568008''3998. I have lost owners manual and not sure which pins on bottom left corner of mother board to plug power led , reset led , hdd led , + led , and - led leads from new tower. My mother board is a Intell D945GTP /E210882 with a Pentium CR4 cpu 3.0 ghz processor. Please help
Thank You I am lost.

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The manual in question can be located here

http://download.intel.com/support/motherboards/desktop/sb/d1047103_en.pdf

It is a pdf file, so you will need ADOBE,
I have checked and the pinout for the front panel connectors is there.

Posted on May 24, 2009

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