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    Motherboard connectors?

    Where can I buy a motherboard connector for this 7x2 pin connector for my audio. Its the same kind of pins you use to attach a power switch to your motherboard just longer. I can't seem to find them on newegg and I don't know where else to look. I just want a connector so I can have some wires running out the back of it. Attached is a picture of the connector from the manual.
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    Would this be close enough?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mibix View Post
    Where can I buy a motherboard connector for this 7x2 pin connector for my audio. Its the same kind of pins you use to attach a power switch to your motherboard just longer. I can't seem to find them on newegg and I don't know where else to look. I just want a connector so I can have some wires running out the back of it. Attached is a picture of the connector from the manual.
    you can find this connector in every component store, than solder the cables on it...
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    You can also buy them in a form where you can put a ribbon cable between it and use a vise to squeeze it shut so you dont have to solder directly to the pins if you are bad at it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FPeter View Post
    you can find this connector in every component store, than solder the cables on it...
    That is exactly what I need what are those called?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mibix View Post
    That is exactly what I need what are those called?
    IDC socket connectors.

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