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    Physically wiring a screen from a Voom case

    Hi all.
    Just a question, not about how to wire a screen (I've worked that out), but more, how do you physically get the wire out of the Voom case?

    The molex connector is inside and I'll connect the power from the screen to one, but how do people pass the wir through the case?

    Only way I can see is through the little slits just under the top of the case.

    Cheers

    Jon

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    Take the back panel IO shield off your mobo, and find a place the molex fits through
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    there are several empty slots on the power connector, you can crimp another wire there. That's what I did.
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