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Hi guys, going to start my first ever build next week, any tips/advice for installing?

For the motherboard are they all labelled like for my case it’s got a cable like reset switch, will this be labelled also on the motherboard? I will watch videos also.

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Hi guys, going to start my first ever build next week, any tips/advice for installing?

For the motherboard are they all labelled like for my case it’s got a cable like reset switch, will this be labelled also on the motherboard? I will watch videos also.

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Corsair rm650x
Corsair mp510
Corsair 3600 low profile ram
Rx 5700 mech oc
Msi tomahawk max
Corsair 460x rgb

They are labeled in the manual and all connectors are shown in there. Pretty much all the stuff on the motherboard is labeled except the place you plug the power switch, power LED and reset. But it is in the manual.

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I only use the power switch. Less clutter.

See pages 5 and 32.

https://www.msi.com/Motherboard/supp...AX#down-manual

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Thanks for the link, that’s made me more confident to do it and information guys???? Should I put most of the parts on to the motherboard then instal it? Like ram, graphics card, m.2 etc?
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Everything is pretty straightforward, most plugs, cables, devices will only fit in respective slots... Even pins for power, reset, led, and speaker are labeled on the board.
Remember, take your time, do a quick assemble before installing in case to test everything, and enjoy!

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Thanks for the link, that’s made me more confident to do it and information guys???? Should I put most of the parts on to the motherboard then instal it? Like ram, graphics card, m.2 etc?

That is what I would suggest as it is easier to get all the part on then put the MB in. Do video card last.

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