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Thread: K7VT6 Motherboard Power LED Connections - Solved




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    Default K7VT6 Motherboard Power LED Connections - Solved

    According to the manual there are 5 Power LED pins on the motherboard - 2 in the System Panel connector (PANEL 1 - item 16 page 7) and 3 in the Power LED Connector (PWR_LED1 - item 14 page 7). My case has 2 separate single Power LED connectors (+ and -) . If I connect the 2 case Power LED cables to PANEL 1, it leaves me with nothing to connect to the 3 pin PWR_LED1. I would be grateful for any advice or suggestions.
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    Default re: K7VT6 Motherboard Power LED Connections - Solved

    The System Panel header on the K7VT6 looks like this:

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    The pin labeled PWRBTN# is for the case power switch (PWRBTN = Power Button), with a GND/ground connection next to it.

    The two Power LED connectors are provided for cases that don't have the single connector connections like your case does.

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    Default re: K7VT6 Motherboard Power LED Connections - Solved

    Thanks for the reply. As I don't have a 3 pin PWR_LED on my case, I'll just connect the 2x single pin cables to the main block and ignore the 3-pin PWR_LED1.
    UPDATE. I did that and it worked OK. I'm really grateful for the info, I'll mark this thread as "Solved".

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    Default re: K7VT6 Motherboard Power LED Connections - Solved

    You're welcome! Yes, you just use the power LED connections your case has. You could actually use your two pin power LED connections on the three pin header, whatever works better for you.

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