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hey all, just got my new kit arrive and i dont have a case, can i just use a paperclip to bridge the gap on the motherboard to turn the power on? and does it need to be constantly bridged or is it a put on and pull off kind of thing??


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Find the pins for the power. + and -

You need to only connect the two pins together once with the tip of a flathead screw driver or a paper clip. You dont need to keep it there.
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If you keep it jumped the PC will shut down by itself then come back up then shutdown then come back etc....

Since you have a Evga 680i why don't you just press the power button on the motherboard?
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If you keep it jumped the PC will shut down by itself then come back up then shutdown then come back etc....

Since you have a Evga 680i why don't you just press the power button on the motherboard?
I can say I have never had that when testing a motherboard. It wouldnt keep restarting if thats what you are getting at.
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cheers buddy, got it working. thought i had shorted the mobo as before i pushed it on for a second or so it made an electric kind of click.

turned it on then forgot i hadnt got a keyboard plugged in lol.
    
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i looked over the mobo and cant find a power button, its the first thing i looked for, then again the light wasnt on. ill google for a pic and see what i can find. thanks for all the help!
    
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If there is a switch on it like on my DFI it will be a small black switch. Most likely located near you motherboard button headers.
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here is a good video...
http://www.overclock.net/gallery/sho...o/2691/cat/501

edit.....didnt see that you already hooked up to the mobo.....
    
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