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post #21 of 35
Yeah, just been looking at the mounts/screw holes myself.

I'm 110% that's m-ATX.
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post #22 of 35
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Originally Posted by Reslivo View Post
Yeah, just been looking at the mounts/screw holes myself.

I'm 110% that's m-ATX.

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Originally Posted by djsi38t View Post
Wholes line right up no problem.You will just have too figure out the wiring as the connectors may be a little different.


Ight fellas.

but are you talkin about infront panels conectors for the usb and sound ?

ik that my mobo has only one 3 pin connector for the rear fan but my the case comes with a female molex to 3pin connector adaptor so i can plug the second fan to the psu. there is no problem in that. for the hdd and the dvd player am just gonna use the same connectors that i am using right now

just worried about the infront panel as it may not have the same plug-ins :S


I took this image from hp site. Hope it will help me.


I have another question guys, if you don't mind. The Back I/O panel fit in with the new case right ?


post #23 of 35
The back panels shouldn't be a problem, and the I/O panels are made to universally fit any case, and vice-versa.
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post #24 of 35
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The back panels shouldn't be a problem, and the I/O panels are made to universally fit any case, and vice-versa.


Oh I see I see. Thanks very much for your time and sharing your knowledge.

and any idea about the front usb and hd audio panel connectors ?
post #25 of 35
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Originally Posted by ohnomnom;13681061 
Oh I see I see. Thanks very much for your time and sharing your knowledge.

and any idea about the front usb and hd audio panel connectors ?

You want to use the 9-pin F_USB 20 labelled headers for the front USB shield.

For the Audio, it's basically the same header as you'd have with your old case. Can't forsee any problems.
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Originally Posted by Reslivo View Post
You want to use the 9-pin F_USB 20 labelled headers for the front USB shield.

For the Audio, it's basically the same header as you'd have with your old case. Can't forsee any problems.
Hope you don't mind if you tell me where to plug all the front panel connectors to the mobo please ?

Example.

the 2 usb goes to "x" input in the mobo

micro line in goes to x" input to the mobo

audio output goes to x" input to the mobo

The power on/off connector goes to x" input to the mobo

the HDD led light connector goes to x" input to the mobo

the other light (for power i guess) goes to x" input to the mobo

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the reset connector goes to x" input to the mobo

This one is optional since i am pretty sure i dont have any input for the reset button on the mobo. but you can always tell me where it goes.

thanks in advance.


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I found that on hp site. you do think i will have the same issue with my haf912 ?

http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Noteboo...030n/td-p/2911
Edited by ohnomnom - 5/29/11 at 7:10pm
post #27 of 35
The two USBs go into the ones on the bottom right. They're labelled "USB2" & "USB4".

The mic goes into the pink connector (number 10), and the audio output is the green connector (number 9).

The HD Audio connector goes into the set of pins labelled "HD_AUDIO" near the bottom-left.

The power on/off, HDD light, etc. you would have to consult your motherboard manual about (assuming you still have it), as there are several differences between motherboards.
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post #28 of 35
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post #29 of 35
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I am reading the haf912 manual. I got it from coolermaster's site and it shows where to plug the audio and the usb in the motherboard but it doesn't show where to plug led light and poweron/off
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I have opened the case to see where the things are plugged in and i did a little "pro" photoshop here to show u




1394A1 -> 1394

AUDIO1 -> MIC IN AND AUDIOT OUT (pink and green)


ATX_IN -> SOME RANDOM BLUE INPUT NEXT TO MIC and audio

Panel 1 -> HDD Light activity and power on/off button

fist Half of usb2 input -> usb port

second half of usb2 input -> usb port

first half of usb4 input -> flash memory disk

second of half usb 4 input -> hp media pocket


USB3_1 -> usb port





Here is the normal image so you can read the name of the input.



Nothing is plugged in into HD_AUDIO and IPDF_OUT.
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