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Power Switch for this PC?

I've been looking all over the internet for a power switch for this mother board. I have many spare PC's lying in my attic and not one power switch off of any of them will fit this. Anyone know a place to where I can find a power switch?

I would like to get this PC running ASAP. Thx in advance!

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  • D347H Mar 08, 2008

    ty ever so much, yes its the push power button that I need for an ATX power supply box. I will maybe try splicing considering most of my computers are ripped apart anyways and some dont even have cases and I still run them. I will check out some stores and see what I can find, $10.00 is def. cheaper than a new case lol. As for my motherboard having a manual, it doesn't. a friend of mine mailed me it for free so I am working on this thing in the dark. I'll look for the 2 pins on the board and see if I can find it. Never used an AMD before, I have all intel boards. *thumbs up* for your response :)

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I've read your question & am still confused about which switch you need. I'm guessing that it's the power switch on your case that is broke? If so you can go to just about any auto parts store & buy a push-button two wire off/on switch. Even in a Low's store. It may or may not fit just perfactly on your case but it's better then turning the power off with a pen directly off the motherboard. Been down the road your on. It's either this or buy another case. You will not find your case a new switch. You can use your case's wiring connector to plug into the board listed on pg. 1-18 in your manual. It's two pins. You can splice the two pin connector from your case to a new switch's wires. As far as connectors go. You can buy a small pack of single connectors for a computer from radio shack to connect to the boards (power) ATX power switch. All the parts shouldn't cost you more than $10.00. Cheeper than a new case!

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