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Old 10-06-2005, 05:25 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Okay, I have the RAIDMAX Storm ATX-847WTP case but I cannot find one thing to save my life. The Power LED is no where to be found for the on/off switch. I'm looking at the cords that are coming from the on/off switch area and it isn't with the cords in that area. Is it really needed? I'm probably just overlooking it, though.

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you should post a link to make it easier to help you ( ) and im not really sure... maybe your missing it...?

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Not sure about you, but dont Raidmax cases have the power LED set to where it uses the 12v line on the PSU?
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