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Old 04-27-2007, 04:59 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Question P5N-E in Thermaltake Tsunami

i've been attempting to assemble a computer for too many hours now

it has an 8800 GTS, modular cable connections (thermaltake toughpower 850), with a SATA DVD R/W, and two HD's

i still haven't gotten the 1394 connected, tho i'm not sure i need it? because the P5N-E has a 1394 connection in the back???
but i'd like the top two USBs available. same with the mic

i'm a noob. any help is appreciated

also, does anyone have the same problem i have with the front door not closing because of a shoddy locking mechanism?

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Old 04-27-2007, 05:23 AM   #2 (permalink)
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1. lol
2. its n00b
3. What exactly are you finding difficult? you dont know what to plug in where? You HAVE plugged it in but it isnt working? You dont know if you SHOULD plug it in?

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all the front connection cables should be in a grey/cream shrink wrap
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push your optical drives in further so it gives a flush setting with the other drive bays, then your door can close fine

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