[SOLVED] Building a custom pc, but cant seen to figure out the Front panel connectors!!

Jul 31, 2019
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Hello, person passing by i just started building my PC but i cant seem to figure out where to put the front panel connectors. Im using a motherboard that i took from a DELL PRECISION T1500 and i did not think to take a look at the front panel connectors!! so any help on where to place them would be appreciated. HDD LED, POWER LED + and POWER LED -, power switch, reset switch these are my connectors
 

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Titan
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Hello, person passing by i just started building my PC but i cant seem to figure out where to put the front panel connectors. Im using a motherboard that i took from a DELL PRECISION T1500 and i did not think to take a look at the front panel connectors!! so any help on where to place them would be appreciated. HDD LED, POWER LED + and POWER LED -, power switch, reset switch these are my connectors
OEM motherboards and OEM cases don't need to match up to standard connectors. So if you have an OEM motherboard from a Dell, a standard case may not have the same connections or pin outs to connect to it. Motherboard should have markings on it for the connectors, if not, find a manual to it or from the support site for a service guide or manual. Then see what the case has and see if you can match things. If not, you will need a standard motherboard.
 

hang-the-9

Titan
Moderator
Hello, person passing by i just started building my PC but i cant seem to figure out where to put the front panel connectors. Im using a motherboard that i took from a DELL PRECISION T1500 and i did not think to take a look at the front panel connectors!! so any help on where to place them would be appreciated. HDD LED, POWER LED + and POWER LED -, power switch, reset switch these are my connectors
OEM motherboards and OEM cases don't need to match up to standard connectors. So if you have an OEM motherboard from a Dell, a standard case may not have the same connections or pin outs to connect to it. Motherboard should have markings on it for the connectors, if not, find a manual to it or from the support site for a service guide or manual. Then see what the case has and see if you can match things. If not, you will need a standard motherboard.
 

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