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How do I put the asus z390-E antenna onto its stand?

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5 minutes ago, GER_T4IGA said:

without pictures and or owning the board i can only tell you to simply screw the antenas into the back of the board.
If it comes with a stand I would suggest testing signal strength with the stand for example on top of the case (depending on your access point's position) compared to just the back. They can sometimes improve sometimes worsen your reception.

The connections shoudl be carefully aligned and screwed in hand tight. They are usually rotatable but be careful as they might not.
 

I figured it out thx for the reply.

How do I put the asus z390-E antenna onto its stand? I don't know even know if its a stand it just looks like one.

 

Sorry if this is in the wrong section but the antenna is connected to a mobo so I thought it would belong here.

Current Pc Parts:

-CPU: Intel i7-9700k

-GPU: EVGA RTX 2070 black edition

-CPU Cooler: NZXT Kraken x62

-Mobo: Asus z390-E gaming

-Ram: Corsair Vengeance RGB pro 32g @3000MHz

-Storage: Samsung 850evo 256Gb

-Storage: Toshiba 1Tb 7200rpm

-Case: NZXT H500

-Extra: NZXT Hue 2

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without pictures and or owning the board i can only tell you to simply screw the antenas into the back of the board.
If it comes with a stand I would suggest testing signal strength with the stand for example on top of the case (depending on your access point's position) compared to just the back. They can sometimes improve sometimes worsen your reception.

The connections shoudl be carefully aligned and screwed in hand tight. They are usually rotatable but be careful as they might not.
 

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5 minutes ago, GER_T4IGA said:

without pictures and or owning the board i can only tell you to simply screw the antenas into the back of the board.
If it comes with a stand I would suggest testing signal strength with the stand for example on top of the case (depending on your access point's position) compared to just the back. They can sometimes improve sometimes worsen your reception.

The connections shoudl be carefully aligned and screwed in hand tight. They are usually rotatable but be careful as they might not.
 

I figured it out thx for the reply.

Current Pc Parts:

-CPU: Intel i7-9700k

-GPU: EVGA RTX 2070 black edition

-CPU Cooler: NZXT Kraken x62

-Mobo: Asus z390-E gaming

-Ram: Corsair Vengeance RGB pro 32g @3000MHz

-Storage: Samsung 850evo 256Gb

-Storage: Toshiba 1Tb 7200rpm

-Case: NZXT H500

-Extra: NZXT Hue 2

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Was it the kind where you put it in through the bottom?

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9 hours ago, nick name said:

Was it the kind where you put it in through the bottom?

Yes it was. I was dumb and didn't notice how it worked.

Current Pc Parts:

-CPU: Intel i7-9700k

-GPU: EVGA RTX 2070 black edition

-CPU Cooler: NZXT Kraken x62

-Mobo: Asus z390-E gaming

-Ram: Corsair Vengeance RGB pro 32g @3000MHz

-Storage: Samsung 850evo 256Gb

-Storage: Toshiba 1Tb 7200rpm

-Case: NZXT H500

-Extra: NZXT Hue 2

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