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Intel SC5600 (or 5650?) Chassis - Front i/o connector

idata
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Hi there

Resently I retired (ruined) a Intel SE7505VB2 board that was in my home server.

The case has a front I/O panel with the led's for NIC, HDD etc and all the buttons (NMIK, sleep, power and reset) and the se7505vb2 has the associated Front Panel connector on it

The board I bought as a cheap replacement for the board i ruined was the MSI MS-9138 Motherboard Memory E7501 Master-LS2 which does NOT have the front panel connector, nor does the cable fit

I have a wealth of technical skills as I plan to splice the cable and run the correct wires to the correct plug on the new (old) motherboard. I've searched everywhere, including google cache as old as i could go.

I need a pinout

 

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Edward_Z_Intel
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The connector is a standard 34-pin SSI connector. It's documented in section 8.7 of http://www.intel.com/support/motherboards/server/se7505vb2/sb/cs-007399.htm board TPS.

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Edward_Z_Intel
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The connector is a standard 34-pin SSI connector. It's documented in section 8.7 of http://www.intel.com/support/motherboards/server/se7505vb2/sb/cs-007399.htm board TPS.

idata
Community Manager
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Thank you kindly Edward. I had skimmed thru this and missed it, due to the fact I was really only looking for the terms pinout (not pin-out) ...

Also for clarity sake, if you don't mind. ACPI_switch refers to PWR_switch?

idata
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Happy face Edward, Happy face.

Edward_Z_Intel
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