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case connectors

cooler master cavalier 3
asus a8n e

the case comes with the normal connectors and also other which i am not familiar with such as + - lret, rret

now where do those go on the motherboard?

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My WAG

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related to audio. Maybe for front audio jacks.

referring to speaker leads:

lret = left return

rret = right return

Some people call return, ground.

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thnx for the feedback

In reply to: My WAG

uhmm how about those + and - ones?

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(NT) (NT) how bout the + and - ones? do those connect to mobo?

In reply to: thnx for the feedback

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You failed to put commas

In reply to: thnx for the feedback

after each, thus didn't notice them.

I need more info, are these four wires part of a group of wires??? Are they for the jacks on the top or the front of the case??? Possibly part of a group of four for the front USB port?

At this point, I have no idea about the + and the minus when related to sound outputs. Possibly for an LED but a pure guess.

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sounds like Ray is correct

In reply to: thnx for the feedback

Typical audio connector:
http://www.pctechguide.com/tutorials/MBoard_Audio.htm

Notice the similar names?

There are other pin diagram links on the lower end of that page. Combine these explanations with the case and motherboard manual (hopefully very close to English) and it might become obvious to you by process of elimination.

Good luck!

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thnx for all the feedback...

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i just connected the connectors any kind. and the computer was able to boot up fine and the installation went ok. only i dont think the front panel stuff works (audio ports) but thats bout it.

any1 gonna buy the cavalier case...dont buy it...doesnt come with any documentation for the expansion slots, my bro broke one of the things when installing the 7900gt. dont know how they work.

oh ya evga quality not too good as their dvi-vga dongle was bent and couldnt fit.

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