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miggs78 September 21, 2009 09:19 PM

Power & Reset Switch
 
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Quick question.. my current case has this board with power and reset buttons, luckily I can also unscrew the board..

Problem is, the buttons on the pannel are mounted in a way, that I have to break them to remove it out, so what kind of spring loaded buttons can I buy to use with that board..

At worst case scenario, I'll mount it as it is, since it the board has push buttons, but some kind of a push button would be helpful..

Thanks. :)

SugarJ September 21, 2009 09:37 PM

Moe, what are you talking about? 2 screws and that little PCB comes out. Or are you talking about replacing buttons on the front of the case?
If so, here: PC Computer Switches | Page 1 | Sort By: Product Title A-Z - FrozenCPU.com *

bissa September 21, 2009 11:50 PM

eww, floppy drive.

miggs78 September 22, 2009 09:59 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by SugarJ (Post 259101)
Moe, what are you talking about? 2 screws and that little PCB comes out. Or are you talking about replacing buttons on the front of the case?
If so, here: PC Computer Switches | Page 1 | Sort By: Product Title A-Z - FrozenCPU.com *

Yea Gord, looking to get some front pannel buttons. That board and the screws do come out (as you mentioned).. unfortunately, the original buttons that are on the case are held awkwardly, so in order to take them off I would have to damage the plastic, and can't even guarantee they'll work..

Actually I'll try and use my lian li case buttons, they might be too big though, I'll see..

Do you know any place in Canada by chance, Performance PC's payment methods (after they changed recently) aren't any good, I found frozen cpu a little too pricey compared to others, as well as their shipping rates are much higher for some reason, I'll see if petrastech or jabtech, or sidewinder. very good people..

Thanks Gord..:thumb:

Squeetard September 22, 2009 10:06 AM

Any 'momentary' switch will work.

Arinoth September 22, 2009 12:04 PM

Yep, any dip switch, aka push button should work fine for you


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