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Almost all the Dell motherboards I have re-used in PC upgrades and case transfers have PDF's on Dell's support site. Their boards are made by AsRock, Asus, and so on.

You should be able to find the model number on the board and do a Goggle search to find specifications. Sometimes, I had to guess on where each pin went and a lot of the time I was only able to get power, reset, and HD LED hooked up.

Can you give me the model number and maybe I can find something to help you out.
It's the one in my signature - but doubt you find anything. I been searching so many times for it, trust me. The PDF files are for things like "Starting up windows, and turning on computer"....
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I highly doubt Dell uses (or still uses) PSUs and MBs with proprietary power connectors.

I agree that you likely need a proper power switch.

Is this your MB?

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I highly doubt Dell uses (or still uses) PSUs and MBs with proprietary power connectors.

I agree that you likely need a proper power switch.

Is this your MB?

Yepper, good job man
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this is not a joke right?

haf-x case and dell internal components?
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Yepper, good job man
Looks like standard PSU connections to me.

Ensure that your power-on switch is wired correctly and you should be good to go.
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this is not a joke right?

haf-x case and dell internal components?
Well got to start somewhere I changed my first GPU like 3 months ago. And now it's time for the case and MB
Edited by Hokrollo - 2/5/11 at 1:16am
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Looks like standard PSU connections to me.

Ensure that your power-on switch is wired correctly and you should be good to go.
k, so what is "correctly"? That's actually what my post was about
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So anyone got any tips now where we got the picture? Would really appreciate it so I could use my new case and CPU cooler.
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post #19 of 32
The mounting holes are just standard mATX and the power connectors are standard too.
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The mounting holes are just standard mATX and the power connectors are standard too.
Yes no problem with the mounting holes, they show in case where to place it. But don't know with the connectors, it didn't worked last time where I kinda random popped in all the connectors. So must be some special way to do it.

PS. I currently got my MB in old case, so not that.
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