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ok so the golden pins that u get with your haf x case how do i know where to put them? i know they should be on the metal plate at the front when you open the haf x but how to know where to put the screws in what holes? and should they really be on the front plate?

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Originally Posted by Relaxy View Post

ok so the golden pins that u get with your haf x case how do i know where to put them? i know they should be on the metal plate at the front when you open the haf x but how to know where to put the screws in what holes? and should they really be on the front plate?
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Are you talking about the Stand offs? If so, just look at your motherboard and match where the screw holes are. Put a standoff the the mobo tray wherever there is a hole on the actual motherboard and then just screw the mobo down to the standoffs.

Otherwise I need some clarification on your mystery golden pins. biggrin.gif
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Are you talking about the Stand offs? If so, just look at your motherboard and match where the screw holes are. Put a standoff the the mobo tray wherever there is a hole on the actual motherboard and then just screw the mobo down to the standoffs.
Otherwise I need some clarification on your mystery golden pins. biggrin.gif


i mean the screws that you put on behind the mobo screw holes. are they needed to put on every time you install a pc?. also i want to know how to see where the screws are supposed to be installed because its different from all motherboards

i did not get your stand off thing. sorry im from sweden so some words wont work on me lol xx
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Try page 10 here

If that does not help I will look for more information.

A motherboard standoff is one of these
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