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Wiring on power up 5511atx

I have two wires coming from the case wiring that are labeled CPU where do they attach, or what do they attach to?

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Need more information on the kind of wire

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    Legin Varghese Jun 19, 2008

    where is it coming out off front , back and actually is it peeping out of the CPU box.

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They need to be attached on the motherboard front panel connector correctly what is your motherboard brand and model?

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  • Ekse Jun 19, 2008

    can you tell me more about the wires whats on the other end?

  • Ekse Jun 19, 2008

    is it connected to the temperature display?

  • Ekse Jun 19, 2008

    if its the temperature sensor you slip it between the cpu cooler, can you tell me more about the connector?

  • Ekse Jun 19, 2008

    is it like this one?






    thats a temperature sensor, it is put next to or between the cpu cooling or in this case taped to a harddrive

  • Ekse Jun 19, 2008

    please accept my solution or reply with a comment, I'm very confident that I can solve the problem with you.

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