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Power sw -data +data

Hi ,
i'm bulding a PC
1- I put the procrssor and its fan
2- but ASUS P4XP-X Motherboard inside case

now there is wires from the case
coloer one have label like power sw
and other gray have label like -data

where i put these ?

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Did you get a manual with the board? Check page 1-20

power sw -data +data - 85f6eb4.jpg
You should find a pic just like this.
Wire colors. Black wire is ground - . Of all the case wire connectors the other common ground wire is white. Colors like red & blue are plus +.

It is much simpler to connect the case to motherboard LED's when the board is outside of the case.

Mike

Posted on May 04, 2008

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