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Just bought a new tower case and cannot figure out where to plug in the power switch, reset switch, power LED and HDD LED wires.

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With reference of your motherboard posted picture, opposite pci slot you will find a ten pin male slot where you can place your hdd, power, reset jack connection of your cabinet

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