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EllenKav
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HP Pavilion A6130 Front Panel Cables

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Hello HP's community , 

 

I recently bought a B250M-DS3H Motherboard for my HP Pavilion A6130 to put a new system on it , as the old Athlon and Nvidia 8400GS were technologically ancient.  I brought the system and the new parts to a local Hardware Shop and they told me that they need the Front Panel Cables to be marked to be able and connect them with the motherboard. I felt a little bit uncomfortable as I thought a PC Builder that has built many PCs on the past , should know the Front Panel Cabling. So I need the Front Panel Cabling . They are all gray . There is a  FirmWare cable I don't need and I instantly made out what it is because it was pink. But there are 3 more . A big yellow connection , a big white connection and a smaller white connection which I think is the USB 2.0 port , correct me if I'm wrong please.

By the way the old system had :

HP Pavilion A6130 Case

Asus NARRA2 Motherboard

Athlon X2 64 4400+

Nvidia GeForce 8400GS

2GB RAM

Old Seagate Hard Drive 320GB SataII

HP 300W PSU

DVD,CD Drive

Card Reader

80mm Fan

and the new will have :

The same case

GB B250M-DS3H

Pentium G4560

RX 570 Pulse ITX(So it fits in here)

8GB RAM

M.2 SSD 128GB

500GB Seagate Drive 7200RPM

320GB Old Seagate Drive SataII

80mm Fan

2x120mm Fan (1x Front of the case , 1x side panel)

The 2 120mm Fans will be mounted by me with zip-ties.

Also the motherboard was already out of the case so we can't just copy the cabling to the new one.

Sorry if I wrote too much.

 Edit: There are also 1 slim white connection and one big black connection.

Thanks for your help,

Ellen

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