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I ordered it from Tiger Direct. who said I needed to contact XFX's web site, which is no help. The only part missing was the back panel I/O shield. I hate to send the whole thing back to Tiger just to get that one little item. Is there any way to order just the I/O shield, either from XFX or another vendor?
Thanks, Tom Melgaard
This is so annoying,
I also got the real cold shoulder from ASUS. Bought a P5E-VM HDMI Motherboard from Fry's and live in another country, so not easy for me to nip down to Fry's.
Buying one from Asus Europe costs me Euro 7 and euro 14 to ship It!!!!
I do not believe these are being removed by Fry's - I think there was a Manufacturing shortage.
Posted on Sep 17, 2008
Try this link and see if they have the panel shield you need
Posted on Jun 08, 2008
You may get more joy if you sent them an email to email@example.com Give them the serial number of the board and hopefully they will respond. Failing that technically you have to send it back to tiger as they sold it to you. Usually the io shield fits to the motherboard layout. Although there is not much difference between shields they are not normally sold separately. Have you tried "googling"it
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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