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post #21 of 29
Many thanks for getting back to me William! I sent you pm in this regard... I meant system panel (power button, front leds), no problem with usb connectors... Can't wait for your reply smile.gif all hopes on you mate! William, HEEEELP!!! wink.gif
post #22 of 29
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Originally Posted by WilliamPerdigon;13295230 
I used this website to buy cables. http://www.usbwholesale.com/motherboard%20cable.htm The connectors on my case were not propriatery however, if you are experiencing issues with this, I would suggest modifying the cables. I know the original cables on the dell just don't reach, not that they were incompitable, but lenght was the issue.

I hope this helps =)

William, with all the respect, - DID YOU ACTUALLY MAKE THAT THING WORK? Power button and LED connectors DO NOT JUST GO INTO ASUS MOBO. They have to be modified due to different layout...
post #23 of 29
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As fas as the connectors in the front, they are not proprietary and we just needed a longer USB Cable - I picked up a 24 inch one that solved that problem. (was about 3 inches short with the stock one)

I hope this thread is not too old...

I'm also replacing my Dell 435T's motherboard, but with a Gigabyte GA-X58A-UD3R.

You mentioned that the front panel connector was not proprietary (or did I misread that?), but the 435T connector is different from what the Gigabyte expects. Do you know what the pinout for the 435T's front panel connector on the motherboard? I guess, if necessary, I'll have to trace out the connections myself and (possibly) rewire the connector so it matches with the Gigabyte's pinout. :-(

Thank you,
Randy Stegbauer
post #24 of 29
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As fas as the connectors in the front, they are not proprietary and we just needed a longer USB Cable - I picked up a 24 inch one that solved that problem. (was about 3 inches short with the stock one)
I hope this thread is not too old...
I'm also replacing my Dell 435T's motherboard, but with a Gigabyte GA-X58A-UD3R.
You mentioned that the front panel connector was not proprietary (or did I misread that?), but the 435T connector is different from what the Gigabyte expects. Do you know what the pinout for the 435T's front panel connector on the motherboard? I guess, if necessary, I'll have to trace out the connections myself and (possibly) rewire the connector so it matches with the Gigabyte's pinout. :-(
Thank you,
Randy Stegbauer

Know this is an old thread but still waiting to know for (Sure) about the front pin outs
working.

Getting close to doing this when IVY releases for my computer.
P6X58D or E into a Dell XPS 435T/9000 case???????????

Thanks

Later:thumb:
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post #25 of 29
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oh wow, it's been a while since I have been on here. I love the avatar of the dog. Yes guys, the front panel on the dell is not propriatary and I was able to make the longer cables that I ordered work in that case. I have moved into another case that I found to be a little more lovely the Cosair T600 white so I didn't have to worry to much about anything. Tomorrow I will pull apart the dell case and take some photos for you guys. Sorry for the late response, I didn't get anything via email saying I had a response.
post #26 of 29
Hi,

Know old thread, but thanks for reply.

Alot of us would definately like some photos and more info.

Dog, A She APBT Pit.
Other Halfs baby.

Thanks

Jay
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Hi,
Know old thread, but thanks for reply.
Alot of us would definately like some photos and more info.
Dog, A She APBT Pit.
Other Halfs baby.
Thanks
Jay

Ok I just took some photos of the connectors that come with the case, and the wires themselves. I also found a bunch of images of the wires on Ebay Ironically, since i'm not a photographer by trade so mine are no where are....good as this guys.

However since we are all about info sharing here are the part numbers to the wires (if someone can't see my photos, they can ebay the part numbers and see the wires or google them)
H093M
H096M
H094M
H095M

Hopefully these pictures help you guys out there with questions.

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post #28 of 29
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Ok I just took some photos of the connectors that come with the case, and the wires themselves. I also found a bunch of images of the wires on Ebay Ironically, since i'm not a photographer by trade so mine are no where are....good as this guys.
However since we are all about info sharing here are the part numbers to the wires (if someone can't see my photos, they can ebay the part numbers and see the wires or google them)
H093M
H096M
H094M
H095M
Hopefully these pictures help you guys out there with questions.
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Hi,

Thanks for pics and snipped them.

But still can't see where any of these would plug into a P6X58D or E board.
These are the connectors for front panel that come with the 9000/435T case and then other end goes to the Dell board???

Still confused, But thats normal:rolleyes:

Thanks:D
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post #29 of 29
Hi !
I'm also envisioning to change my mobo on this case and replace it by the ASUS P6X58D Premium or GIGABYTE GA-X58A-UD5/7 but I'm anxious to know if you solved the front connections issue.

Proprietary or not? If so, easy to find alternatives?

If no answer from you guys,I'll stick with the current mobo, so limited....

Thanks for your help!
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