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Help: Two extra cables

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Hi, I already searched the link below and didn't find the answer to my question: http://community.coolermaster.com/index.php/topic/9923-storm-trooper-stryker-wiring/

 

I'm almost finished putting together my storm trooper case and have two extra cables:

 

1. The first is a male four pronged molex plug (black and labled WST P4-A00202).  I'm assuming this goes to my PSU.  The problem is I only have the six and eight pin connectors on my PSU.  Here is a link to my PSU:

http://www.bjorn3d.com/2008/11/corsair-hx1000w-power-supply/

What does this run, is it needed and do I need to find some type of adaptor so I can plug it into the PSU?

 

2. The second is a little black cable with a female fitting for two prongs labeled WST 14.  I'm assuming it has something to do with LED's.  Is this the extra one they speak of?

  I've spent a few hours researching this and have found nothing.  Manual has not provided me relief.  Your help would be MUCH appreciated!

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Hello,

 

 

Are the cable's mentioned in the link: http://community.coolermaster.com/index.php/topic/9923-storm-trooper-stryker-wiring/

If yes, which number do the cable's have according to the file? (1-7)

 

If the cable's are not mentioned in the link, could you send us a picture of the cable's please?

 

 

 

Thank you,

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Cable 7.  I don't have a place on my new mobo or PSU where a four pronged molex plug will fit.  I do have openings on my PSU for 6 and 8 but not for prong openings.  here's my PSU, For some reason I can't link the Amazon website so you can see the back....

 

corsair  hx1000 80 plus (CMPSU-1000hx).  It's four years old from my last computer build.

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Cable 7 is the molex connection that needs to be connected to your PSU.

If you look at your PSU: http://www.bjorn3d.com/2008/11/corsair-hx1000w-power-supply/ you can scroll down untill you see pictures with the cable's that are/should be added into the package when you bought the PSU.

To connect the Molex cable from the case, you need a Molex cable from the PSU and connect it to the backside of the PSU into the "Peripheral & Sata black connectors" area.

 

Let me know if you need more info, then i will include some pictures.

 

 

Thank you,

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Cable 7 is the molex connection that needs to be connected to your PSU.

If you look at your PSU: http://www.bjorn3d.com/2008/11/corsair-hx1000w-power-supply/ you can scroll down untill you see pictures with the cable's that are/should be added into the package when you bought the PSU.

To connect the Molex cable from the case, you need a Molex cable from the PSU and connect it to the backside of the PSU into the "Peripheral & Sata black connectors" area.

 

Let me know if you need more info, then i will include some pictures.

 

 

Thank you,

Thank you! Also, I'm assuming the other one is just an extra cable and doesn't need to be dealt with?

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Thank you! Also, I'm assuming the other one is just an extra cable and doesn't need to be dealt with?

 

Do you mean cable 1,2,3, from the file? if yes, then you do not need to connect that cable.

 

The 2 pin cable is for the fan LED.

The case comes standard with 2 LED fans, and the 3th extra cable is for if you want to add a 3th LED fan into the case.

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Do you mean cable 1,2,3, from the file? if yes, then you do not need to connect that cable.

 

The 2 pin cable is for the fan LED.

The case comes standard with 2 LED fans, and the 3th extra cable is for if you want to add a 3th LED fan into the case.

Yes. It's definitely for an LED and it's the only one like it that was in the bundle. I'll assume it was extra. Just in case I wanted to get an extra LED, can where with this plug into? Thanks

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