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Wiring off the tower

I need the wiring off the tower into the motherboard

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  • Mark Williams
    Mark Williams May 09, 2008

    Select Motherboard from drop down menu
    select socket A(462)
    select A7S333
    select manual
    select language and model E982 or E1265

  • Mark Williams
    Mark Williams May 09, 2008

    power led etc

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