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Coolermaster HAF 932

In the HAF 932 case, the PWR button connector has orange and white wires. Presume the orange is the positive wire. Anyone know for sure?
(I usually think the colored wire is the positive, lacking any other info)
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  1. The polarity doesn't matter on a case switch
  2. What does the Case and MoBo manuals say ?
  3. All text on cables should face away from the motherboard. That is how I set up my HAF 922, or any other case. (932's smaller brother).
  4. JackNaylorPE said:
    What does the Case and MoBo manuals say ?


    Well, I know the polarity of the pins on the MB from the MB manual, Case manual doesn't say.
  5. delluser1 said:
    The polarity doesn't matter on a case switch


    Sounds logical- thanks!
  6. AsAnAtheist said:
    All text on cables should face away from the motherboard. That is how I set up my HAF 922, or any other case. (932's smaller brother).


    And in this case, using orange as the positive, it does! Thanks.
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    oneNJ said:
    And in this case, using orange as the positive, it does! Thanks.


    Sure thing.
  8. white is always the negative.

    im not sure weather it matters, but ive always made sure to connect white to negative. just in case.
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