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Where are the motherboard front panel connectors for the willow motherboard?

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hi, i bought a graphics card and new psu which i installed great, but i also bought a new case and tried to install everything from the pc into the new case but i couldnt find were the power sw, reset sw and usb 3.0 front pannel connctor cables  go as their is no manuel (or so i think) for the hp willow motherboard and it doesn't specifiy where they slots are.

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Where are the motherboard front panel connectors for the willow motherboard?

1. You will be unable to use the usb3.0 front panel connectors, because it doesn't come standard ewith that motherboard. You could buy this to make it work, without sacrificing any ports:

https://www.amazon.com/Neewer-Female-Motherboard-Adapter-Converter/dp/B009SJCPO8/ref=sr_1_1?s=electr...

(Plugs into the already existing usb 2.0 port and makes it a 3.0 port)

2. Were ever your previous case connectors were located, you have to trial and error to find the correct placement.

 

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Where are the motherboard front panel connectors for the willow motherboard?

i would but i think in the normal pavilion case it came with custom connectors if you will, were it was just one i think 5 pin connecter for everything

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