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Hello, 

I purchased a Omen X Desktop in 2016 (SO #  [Personal Information Removed], Model# 900-140VT, Product Number Z9M77AV). I am upgrading my motherboard to a gigabyte B660M Ds3H DDR4 and my CPU to a I7-12700K and a couple of other components. This is my first upgrade and I am new to building PC’s. My question is, after putting everything together, my PC won’t turn on.  I suspect it might be the cable that connects to the mother board and panel labeled “panel” (the cable in charge of the power switch, reset, etc) is too short and not secure on the panel. What is this cable called so I can purchase a longer cord?

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Hi

 

The Omen X case was offered to PC enthusiast, install whatever MB you like, as a chassis upgrade option. So the front panel connections for power and LED should be compatible with industry standards.

 

This fact suggests the Omen X front panel connectors should connect to FP connections on any uATX retail MBs.

 

I am not aware of any cable extensions.

 

You might have to buy a new case.

 

 

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