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My case is quite new only about 3 months old. It comes with the RGM light panel separating the power block from the motherboard. For some strange reason when I turn the pc off the light panel stays on! I have also removed the power cord so no power gets to it but it’s still on! Apart from the obvious how is this possible! Has anyone else had this problem and how do I turn it off?
NOTE: If you are trying to discourage me from building, please don't comment. This is my first build without extreme help and I need the experience, so please <3 Question/Issue #1: I'm using the Asus - Prime Z370-A motherboard in the C700P case. Two wires to be connected for the front 3.0 ports, and the USB 3.0 pins look entirely different on my motherboard. I also don't know what kind of connection the USB 3.1 wire is using, but it doesn't look the same as what is labeled as the USB 3.1 pins on the motherboard. Question/Issue #2: Then there's all the single or double pin LED wires, etc. and I think I understand that- I put them all into the adapter-type device that puts them all into one pin thing. Picture included below. Question/Issue #3: Also, I can't understand the "Control Board Layout" from the manual at all (It's on Page 20). Specifically, Part B - "Front Panel Control Connector" which is described as a "9pin connector for LED & Fan control signal" -- I don't know what I am supposed to be doing with that. Currently, My NZXT Kraken X62 fans are plugged into the power supply directly. Should I plug them into this "Control Board"? Explanation of Question/Issues #2&3: Basically, what do I do with the Case's "Control Board" and what is done with all the wires that are included with the C700P. I never had a case with a control board like this before. Overall, I just need a little guidance. This is my entire part list and I haven't found anything online that can guide me. Any help is appreciated.. I will include some pictures that might help? ? ?
The wiring for the panel is made up of twisted pairs. Each pair has ( 1 ) colored wire and ( 1 ) white wire. I have interpreted the colored wire as the power ( + ) and the white wire as the ground ( - ). The case is a Cooler Master HAF X Full Tower, model number RC-942-KKN1. Is this correct? Thank you for your help.