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Hello I recently swapped my dell 790 mobo into a new pc case. I hooked up everything but I tried to turn it on  and it won’t. Also how would I connect the power switch from the case to my mobo, it’s very different.

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please can i have a screenshot of the case

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With the lack of information we can all take guesses but it would be more beneficial for you if you gave us something to work with. Can you provide some pictures at least to give us an idea?

-KuJoe

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8 minutes ago, mikeymaiden said:

Also how would I connect the power switch from the case to my mobo, it’s very different

Given this I'm assuming you did not plug in the power switch, which means that's probably why it won't turn on.

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3 minutes ago, KuJoe said:

With the lack of information we can all take guesses but it would be more beneficial for you if you gave us something to work with. Can you provide some pictures at least to give us an idea?

 

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9 minutes ago, MattieBit said:

please can i have a screenshot of the case

It’s a cooler master master box lite 3.1

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do you have the old case?

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also a screenshot of the JFP1 Pins?

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PSU - EVGA 600w White

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Just now, MattieBit said:

do you have the old case?

yes it’s just a stock dell 790 case

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1 minute ago, mikeymaiden said:

yes it’s just a stock dell 790 case

can i have a screenshot of the JFP1 pins and inside the old case?

 

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GPU - Asus Duel RX 580 4GB

Case - Lian LI 011 Dynamic Mini

Storage - Seagate 1TB 7200RPM (New), Samsing 970 Evo Plus 280GB

PSU - EVGA 600w White

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2 minutes ago, MattieBit said:

also a screenshot of the JFP1 Pins?

They are up above

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1 minute ago, mikeymaiden said:

They are up above

pins not connectors, i need the pins on the mobo

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GPU - Asus Duel RX 580 4GB

Case - Lian LI 011 Dynamic Mini

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PSU - EVGA 600w White

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6 minutes ago, MattieBit said:

pins not connectors, i need the pins on the mobo

 

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ok

ive seen this before

 

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RAM - Corsair 2*8GB Vengance 3200Mhz (And 2*0GB Lighting Enhancement Kits)

GPU - Asus Duel RX 580 4GB

Case - Lian LI 011 Dynamic Mini

Storage - Seagate 1TB 7200RPM (New), Samsing 970 Evo Plus 280GB

PSU - EVGA 600w White

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V PC list below V

 

CPU - Ryzen 5 2600 

Motherboard - Asus ROG B450F Gaming

RAM - Corsair 2*8GB Vengance 3200Mhz (And 2*0GB Lighting Enhancement Kits)

GPU - Asus Duel RX 580 4GB

Case - Lian LI 011 Dynamic Mini

Storage - Seagate 1TB 7200RPM (New), Samsing 970 Evo Plus 280GB

PSU - EVGA 600w White

Display(s) - Philips 18inch 720p, Dell 1080p 21 Inch

Cooling -  Stock Cooler

Keyboard - Corsair K95 Platinum RGB

Mouse - Asus ROG Impact RGB Mouse

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that might help

Don't Mind me, Just a British lad into computers.

 

V PC list below V

 

CPU - Ryzen 5 2600 

Motherboard - Asus ROG B450F Gaming

RAM - Corsair 2*8GB Vengance 3200Mhz (And 2*0GB Lighting Enhancement Kits)

GPU - Asus Duel RX 580 4GB

Case - Lian LI 011 Dynamic Mini

Storage - Seagate 1TB 7200RPM (New), Samsing 970 Evo Plus 280GB

PSU - EVGA 600w White

Display(s) - Philips 18inch 720p, Dell 1080p 21 Inch

Cooling -  Stock Cooler

Keyboard - Corsair K95 Platinum RGB

Mouse - Asus ROG Impact RGB Mouse

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12 hours ago, mikeymaiden said:

yes it’s just a stock dell 790 case

Yes, you can do two things:

a) use the switches and LED from the old case

b) get out your multimeter and ping out the things you want.

And make a pinout diagram for the board you have. With the connector and the thing at the other end, its rather easy.

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