Question about A-Top XBlade Mid-Tower Case
The pins on the mother board have nothing writen on them how am i spose to work out wich 1 goes where
Consult the user manual for the motherboard. It should have a layout diagram showing all connections. Or go online to manufacturer's website and download the user manual there. Also, using a bright light and magnifier you may be able to read the small print on the motherboard by the connectors.
Posted on Apr 30, 2008
You can download the manual from the manufactures web site. The pin lay out will be in there. Most motherboards support the 10-1 AC97 but some have support digital output so make sure to follow your manufactures diagram.
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