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Poll Results: What is your Overall Opinion on this case

 
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    Good
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    Meh
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  • 5% (108)
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post #411 of 28613
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After a few more changes.
There's a lot going on inside your case r11
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THAT'S a BEAUTIFUL MOD Mate.
    
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post #413 of 28613
How to route the cable from corsair 650w psu??? I could not fit the cpu power cable. Do I take off the mobo first???
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How to route the cable from corsair 650w psu??? I could not fit the cpu power cable. Do I take off the mobo first???
You might have to. To fit mine through the top I just took out some screws around that area and bent the board slightly, but that's just because I'm an idiot.
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post #415 of 28613
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How to route the cable from corsair 650w psu??? I could not fit the cpu power cable. Do I take off the mobo first???
If you're asking what I think you are..

To get the 8-pin CPU power cable to the mobo by routing it behind, then yes, you need to take off the mobo, pull the cord through the CPU hole behind the mobo, then put back on the mobo. There should be enough room to squeeze that cable through the opening underneath the edge of the mobo.

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Originally Posted by Tohdman View Post
You might have to. To fit mine through the top I just took out some screws around that area and bent the board slightly, but that's just because I'm an idiot.
beat me to it. lol, thats the way I did it too, but i figured that's not a good way to tell other people to do it. just dont bend it too far!
post #416 of 28613
Hi,

as some of you might know I also have this case, although I still haven't posted the pictures. (Be patient).
I started building today but the manual is not very good or clear at all so I need some hints to avoid mistakes.

On the front panel there are 4 USB ports but I only see 2 cables coming from it and I have connected them to the Mobo. Sorry for the n00b question, but where are the other 2 cables and where should they be connected to? Or are 4 USB ports included in the 2 cables?

Another question from the Front Panel. There is an eSata port and it's red cable. Where do I connect this? In any Sata port? Purple or blue?
I have a Gigabyte MA790XT-UD4P mobo.

Las question regarding Front Panel. Where are the Mic and Headphone cables for connecting to the mobo?

Would really appreciate help or illustrative pics.
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post #417 of 28613
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Hi,

as some of you might know I also have this case, although I still haven't posted the pictures. (Be patient).
I started building today but the manual is not very good or clear at all so I need some hints to avoid mistakes.

On the front panel there are 4 USB ports but I only see 2 cables coming from it and I have connected them to the Mobo. Sorry for the n00b question, but where are the other 2 cables and where should they be connected to? Or are 4 USB ports included in the 2 cables?

Another question from the Front Panel. There is an eSata port and it's red cable. Where do I connect this? In any Sata port? Purple or blue?
I have a Gigabyte MA790XT-UD4P mobo.

Las question regarding Front Panel. Where are the Mic and Headphone cables for connecting to the mobo?

Would really appreciate help or illustrative pics.
1. Each USB hub controls two (2) usb Devices or front plugs. Eight pins per connector, 4 pins per usb plug or device. So Plug in the 2 USB hub block connectors and you have 4 USB device plugs. Each USB device need This connection Red(+5vdc) Green(input)or value X, and yellow(output)Value Y and Black is NEG (or -GROUND).



Pins 2-4-6-8 are usb device or plug number 1 and 1-3-5-7 are usb device or plug number 2. The non-existent Pin 9 and Pin 10 is a fail safe pin so you cannot hook up the block wrong.



2. As far as the E Sata goes. Some people say it doesn't matter but sometimes it does. Plug your Main OS hard drive to plug 0 and put your e-Sata in plug 4 in this diagram.


Notice the SataII or sata2 Connections are marked at the bottom of the board. A number for each connector (0 to 4) 5 sata plugs in all. Above the SataII connector is an example of the USB hub connector. Each connection Block controls 2 USB devices.




3. The last question is there is another plug that looks like a USB cable that has two plugs on the end. Marked AC 97 and HQ out. Those are plugged on the motherboard sound connector. I usually cut the AC 97 plug off because all new boards use the HQ setting only.



Notice that you have two connectors blocks on one wire. You only need one of these connection blocks: You only use one. (HQ or AC 97). HQ Audio is almost always used now with newer Motherboards and AC 97 was for older motherboards. You can cut the AC 97 off if you don't need it or you don't want it in your way just hanging on the board.
Edited by Enigma8750 - 7/29/09 at 12:23pm
    
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post #418 of 28613
I cut off mt AC97 It's almost certain that you won't need it.
post #419 of 28613
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I cut off mt AC97 It's almost certain that you won't need it.
I just tied mine down
to the back
just in case i decide to sell the case
i did not plug it in
front audio is useless IMO i just plugged in the usb and esata
I might unplug the esata i dont use it
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post #420 of 28613
I don't have my front speaker jack hooked up either, I have the gigabyte board in my Scout and they didn't really put the connector in a good place in my opinion.
I just got the Lancool K62 case and I will not go with the G/B board for this one, I think I'll go for the ASUS Crosshair III Formula next pay day and maybe the AMD 955 BE.
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