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MSI Slot 1 MS-6111 Motherboard

I am trying to put it into the case but can not find the pins for power for atx or led s little help?

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  • Paul Mangion
    Paul Mangion Feb 13, 2008

    there are no pins visable on the board that is wat i kneed to know were they are and il sort out the rest and thanx lol

  • Paul Mangion
    Paul Mangion Feb 13, 2008

    thanks for that nickjams989 will give it a try mutchly apreaciated



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Click the link below which will take you a site that has a black & white shot & description of the board, Slot 1 MS-6111. It shows everything you need. Scroll down & listed is what goes where.
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