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Posted · Original PosterOP

Explain to me very simple and very much in detail what will be the steps to get this mobo into this case. I could probably watch a video but I don’t do to well understanding YouTube videos I prefer text.  (My dad and his damn fireworks :(

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Just tell us the model of the motherboard and which case you have.

 


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Posted · Original PosterOP
7 minutes ago, TetraSky said:

Just tell us the model of the motherboard and which case you have.

 

Z390 e coolermaster mb511

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hey smart dudes does this alright? All the holes I showed are the same as the ones I did not show. 
how’d the io shield looking? Let me know if my pc won’t explode dude!

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PCs don’t explode.  Knowing about how something works isn’t a factor of smart it’s a factor of being told.

 

Those are screw mount holes for attaching the motherboard to the case.  They sit on little posts to keep the back o the board from touching the case because that can short out stuff.  I don’t see any screws in them, and I can’t tell if the little posts (called standoffs) are there or not.

 

You have been told.  now you are “smart” too. 


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1 minute ago, Bombastinator said:

PCs don’t explode.

if you disable temperature protection on a cpu and ti gets up to 200c with enough voltage and melts the iridium solder holding the IHS isn't it possible for the IHS to pop off as a mini explosion?

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2 minutes ago, Donballer said:

Danggg this guy missed the joke!!! Lol but how is it looking am I ok?

I miss a lot of jokes.  I’m not smart.  Answer is I can’t tell but possibly not if the motherboard isn’t attached and there are no standoffs.


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4 minutes ago, Donballer said:

Danggg this guy missed the joke!!! Lol but how is it looking am I ok?

I knew it was an attempt at abuse.  My suspicion was that the post would go unanswered because the only thing “screw you” deserves is “screw you too” but people deserve answers.


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9 minutes ago, DominicNikon said:

if you disable temperature protection on a cpu and ti gets up to 200c with enough voltage and melts the iridium solder holding the IHS isn't it possible for the IHS to pop off as a mini explosion?

well if your soda exploded in your car i wouldnt say your car exploded 

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Posted · Original PosterOP
18 minutes ago, Bombastinator said:

PCs don’t explode.  Knowing about how something works isn’t a factor of smart it’s a factor of being told.

 

Those are screw mount holes for attaching the motherboard to the case.  They sit on little posts to keep the back o the board from touching the case because that can short out stuff.  I don’t see any screws in them, and I can’t tell if the little posts (called standoffs) are there or not.

 

You have been told.  now you are “smart” too. 

Well what a way to tell me big fella. I guess I got everything right because motherboard is mounted up straight and not falling over. I’m just a little nervous alot of you guys explain Much better than manual. Thanks 

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Just now, Donballer said:

Well what a way to tell me big fella. I guess I got everything right because motherboard is mounted up straight and not falling over. I’m just a little nervous alot of you guys explain Much better than manual. Thanks 

Vertically! Mounted 

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23 minutes ago, DominicNikon said:

if you disable temperature protection on a cpu and ti gets up to 200c with enough voltage and melts the iridium solder holding the IHS isn't it possible for the IHS to pop off as a mini explosion?

If you want to play it that way a better bang could probably be arranged by messing with the capacitors.  The PSU has some big ones.


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Posted · Original PosterOP

I have my hd audio connector but I can’t find the port it goes into on the z390 e I’m almost done my first build please help!!!

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The picture is very bad. I it looks like the cable is only touching the shroud. Also the cablse are insulated, so there should not be any problem.


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8 minutes ago, Stahlmann98 said:

The picture is very bad. I it looks like the cable is only touching the shroud. Also the cablse are insulated, so there should not be any problem.

Yep. This. You are fine OP. 


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Posted · Original PosterOP
8 minutes ago, Stahlmann98 said:

The picture is very bad. I it looks like the cable is only touching the shroud. Also the cablse are insulated, so there should not be any problem.

Is this better? Will it affect or damage any components?

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You are fine. As stated before the cabels are insulated. 


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"Everyone is an expert in something. Never approach an interaction thinking someone is otherwise. Knowledge is acquired not earned. Always be humble and wise. Never look down on others for simply being ignorant within your realm of your expertise." ~ Unknown

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Posted · Original PosterOP
3 minutes ago, Pickles - Lord of the Jar said:

You are fine. As stated before the cabels are insulated. 

What does insulated mean 

 

4 minutes ago, Pickles - Lord of the Jar said:

You are fine. As stated before the cabels are insulated. 

Thank you very much how about this here tho. 
my Noctua fan is slightly pressing against My panel is this a big concern? 

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Can you close the case?


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"Everyone is an expert in something. Never approach an interaction thinking someone is otherwise. Knowledge is acquired not earned. Always be humble and wise. Never look down on others for simply being ignorant within your realm of your expertise." ~ Unknown

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