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I've been having "stuttering" problem that happens ever so often since I built my rig a few months ago. I noticed that when I installed the motherboard some of the clips on the IO panel don't surround the different back panel connections, but instead push against the connection housings causing the panel to bulge out. I figure this could be causing the stuttering due to static creation on the connections.

I'm bent out the clips to try to make them go around the connection housings, but can't seem to get the motherboard to fit. Can I just bend the clips in and still get the protection of the io panel?
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I've been having "stuttering" problem that happens ever so often since I built my rig a few months ago. I noticed that when I installed the motherboard some of the clips on the IO panel don't surround the different back panel connections, but instead push against the connection housings causing the panel to bulge out. I figure this could be causing the stuttering due to static creation on the connections.

I'm bent out the clips to try to make them go around the connection housings, but can't seem to get the motherboard to fit. Can I just bend the clips in and still get the protection of the io panel?
I bent some pins on I/O shield to make sure pins do not go into the connection. You can also cut out the pin I guess.
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