Question How to connect JFP 1 to normal Motherboards?

May 22, 2022
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So
Im new here , this is my first post so sorry if im in the wrong section .
I wanna connect a JFP1 Connector to a non JFP(front panel connector) Motherboard.
I searched on the internet and i found one answer - make your own adapter .
I cant believe there are no adaptors for this to buy .
It looks like this - I have an Dell Aurora and i wanna put a new mainboard in it.
I got the registry keys to work with the command center and i can steer the lightning .
One problem - the Front Panel connectors of the case come in a JFP1 Connecor.
and the board to which i wanna connect this has the standart "system front panel" connector.
JFP1

I want to connect it to this

does any1 have maybe a hint to an ebay shop which sells these adaptors?
Sry for my bad english . Its not my main language. I Hope these images work and display right.
thanks ,
+ Thanks to this forum i search up here all things for like over 10 years now :D
 

Ralston18

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Your English is fine.

Even though it may be possible to make (or buy) some sort of adapter that does not mean that an adapter should be used.

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Update your post to include full system hardware specs and OS information.

Especially the motherboards (existing and new).

It is good that you are paying attention to the pin outs, color codes, etc..

However, details very much matter.

There may be some good reason that such adapters are not available.
 
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DSzymborski

Titan
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I don't think the answer is any different than what you've seen elsewhere: there's no standard adapter for this and you may need to build one yourself.

However, a better solution would be simply wiring your own aftermarket power button and mounting it somewhere outside the case and do without a couple LEDs.

An even better solution would be simply ditching the case. Basic cases are inexpensive and, depending on the generation, the case you have already may have awful airflow.
 
May 22, 2022
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Ok, Ill do it when i´m home,
Its just an Alienware aurora r1 case (m-atx)
Airflow is extremely good (i have an 4500rpm fan in the front ...)
specs - i found an asrock MB which has this JFP1 connector
so its running a i7-760 oc´d to 4ghz .
+Sapphire 280X,maybe i get 2 6970´s from a friend then 2 6970´s in CF
Next MB - Probably an asus one , but Idk yet which .
(Rampage Extreme IV Gene if i get that )
Idk if its necessary but my mio board is on version 4.0.0 with a cloned bios.
My windows is windows 10 1709/1909 dualboot .
(1709 because of the much MUCH better performance )
Thanks for the fast feedback ,
ive seen some newer mainboards which just have the JFP1 would they b a posibillity? (some msi mainboards as an example ) idk i think they should be pinned the same?
Greetings

Your English is fine.

Even though it may be possible to make (or buy) some sort of adapter that does not mean that an adapter should be used.

= = = =

Update your post to include full system hardware specs and OS information.

Especially the motherboards (existing and new).

It is good that you are paying attention to the pin outs, color codes, etc..

However, details very much matter.

There may be some good reason that such adapters are not available.
 

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