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Old 06-12-2008, 11:40 AM   #11 (permalink)
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Check the pins on the bottom of the CPU. If they are all straight (none bent or missing) you should be fine.


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Right retardo spree over... Now ive got a question is not so stupid and plainly obvious or maybe it is!!!... Out of the TX750 there are multiple cables each with 4 loops of power connectors... Does it matter how I use these to connect up the components, should there be a sequence, or something along those lines... Like should i plug all fans in via one loop. Give the HDD drives their own loop. Or can I just allocate what ever is free, so fan ---> HDD ---> fan or something along those lines?

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