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Do they sell a jumper?
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Do they sell a jumper?
Something to turn the board on?

Take a screwdriver, stick it between the pins where you would connect the power button, and it's on. All a power button does is carry the ground connection up until the power button, and a small PCB conducted by a button decides when the ground goes through to the motherboard power pin. Once ground touches the motherboard power pin, the board knows to turn on.
    
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Do they sell a jumper?
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Originally Posted by Lostintyme View Post
Something to turn the board on?

Take a screwdriver, stick it between the pins where you would connect the power button, and it's on. All a power button does is carry the ground connection up until the power button, and a small PCB conducted by a button decides when the ground goes through to the motherboard power pin. Once ground touches the motherboard power pin, the board knows to turn on.


Oh awesome that worked thanks!
Edited by jakemfbacon - 3/4/11 at 11:50pm
post #24 of 28
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Well here is my vortex"box" for now...
By the way anyone thinking about one of these... super easy installation and this thing is awesome. Currently using my iphone with iPENG to control all of my bitperfect flac music
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I ran my PC on a towel for at least three months, had the best temps ever! Just be careful about people hitting or touching it an you will be fine.
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Well here is my vortex"box" for now...
By the way anyone thinking about one of these... super easy installation and this thing is awesome. Currently using my iphone with iPENG to control all of my bitperfect flac music
Pretty cool - what zotec board is that? And what case will you be putting this in?
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post #27 of 28
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Pretty cool - what zotec board is that? And what case will you be putting this in?
The full build is:
AMD Sempron 140 http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...-698-_-Product
Zotac 6100 e e cooler master rs 500 PSU I had : http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...-031-_-Product
Patriot cheap 1gb ddr 2 memory
ASUS 24x dvd burner
Samsung 1TB F3 HDD

Running very nice so far. I am running the AMD/Zotac combo in an unRAID build I just built as well.

The case I am thinking about, although not 100% sure, is this one: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...-174-_-Product
post #28 of 28
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I ran my PC on a towel for at least three months, had the best temps ever! Just be careful about people hitting or touching it an you will be fine.
haha are towels not a no-no like carpet? Yeah someone bumping into it is my only concern at this point. I'll have a case soon, but I do kinda enjoy looking at it like this ha
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