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Hi, i have a little question for you, but first I must tell you that I do not speak good English, so excuse me, and you try to be as simple as possible, thanks.

Then, i have an G5 case, and i want modding it to fitting an normal ATX mother board (m-atx).
I have bought the BlackCH cable (http://www.insanelym...-atx-io-cables/), but i have the incorrect pannel board.
I want to buy the correct pannel board, an 820-1560 version, i have find it, but dont have the power button, i can utilise my power button in this pannel board?
 

This is my power button and pannel board:

 

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This is the pannel board i want to buy:

 

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The power button cable, it's fitting in the motherboard i want to buy?

 

Sorry if this questions has already been made, but i can't to read an english forum.

Many thanks, bye.



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Not even 1 reply, thanks.

 

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Probably you already find the answer by yourself, but yes, you can swap the board and use the same power button



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I am in the same situation I want to use the existing power button. I plan on adapting the power button with LED to a mATX motherboard. I hope what I do will answer your question soon enough :) 



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@Razzle:Yes,I tried it, and the power button works.

 

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@Razzle:Yes,I tried it, and the power button works.

 

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Very awesome job Fabius, I have that I/O panel I might not use it i can mail it to you. 



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Thanks, but I do not need another.

 

Sell it on ebay, costs a lot of money  ^_^

 

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Maybe if i find a new G5 case...







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