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Hp Odense Motherboard

I have put my motherboard into a new case and have no clue how to connect the power switch/led's ect. I have looked all over the internet for about 2 hours and have found no info on this board's front panel pin layout. 

 

Any information would be greatly appriciated,

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@TheyCallMeTibbs,

Ponderous with the numbers.  That is an HP Odense motherboard.

Would this help?

 

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That didnt work. Now i am wondering if my 600w power supply is too much for the motherboard. Any idea?

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