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Thermaltake Swing VB6000 SWS

DanTheBanjoman

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For several years Thermaltake has been making "cool" hardware for the enthusiast. This includes heatsinks, fans, cases and other cooling solutions. Today we take a look at the Thermaltake VB6000SWS, an affordable case for people who still want a good looking computer.

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cra1g

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USB on Swing

I have just got one of these cases, just for the reason it's got front USB.?
Unfortunatly for some reason my Asus M/B wants more connectors to what the case has?

Never had this problem before.
The USB connectors are just a single strip, but on the M/B it's a Double connector.

If any one can help me out with this problem. I would be most greatfull.
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cra1g said:
I have just got one of these cases, just for the reason it's got front USB.?
Unfortunatly for some reason my Asus M/B wants more connectors to what the case has?

Never had this problem before.
The USB connectors are just a single strip, but on the M/B it's a Double connector.

If any one can help me out with this problem. I would be most greatfull.
:nutkick:
Craig ... look in your ASUS manual and the case manual and match up the gnd, +5v, there the same on both sides except one side has a nc pin ...
 

cra1g

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Thanks Urlyin..
Guess what???
The plug that plugs into the USB unit inside the front of the P.C, for some reason was not plugged in.
Must have happened when i built it?
DOH
I must retract my first post, for being a total ***
This case is great value for money.
Thermaltake highly recomended
Once again thanks for the help