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I bought a Nix ATX Gaming Tower Case (Jeantech) to move my Dell Asus M2N61-AX motherboard into, everything fits in smoothly except for the front panel connectors, on the old tower there was a 9pin plug to go straight into it. However on the new one there are 3 seperate plugs with 2 pins each, a Power SW, a Reset SW and a H.D.D LED plug. I can't find out for the life of me what order they go in or if its even compatible. Please help me :O
I assume you mean the HDD,reset,on switch etc where they plug onto the mobo.
Most mobos are labelled on the board but you will need good eyesight to read. They are labelled HDD, RESET, SPEAKER etc.
If not simply look up mobo manual from vendors site. You will need the DELL serial / part number from the old unit though.
Posted on Apr 30, 2010
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