hp pavilion 716n case

March 4, 2011 at 12:55:44
Specs: Windows XP
Do by any chance have an empty case of a HP pavilion 716N?

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March 4, 2011 at 13:12:46

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March 4, 2011 at 13:26:30
I have a case that needs the side panels

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March 4, 2011 at 13:28:02
The mboard for Pavilion 716n is uATX = MATX and will install in any standard case


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March 4, 2011 at 13:45:40
My friend I need either an empty case or the panels both of them

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March 4, 2011 at 14:04:20
What Tubes is trying to tell you is you do not need a HP case.

You can transfer the working components into any standard ATX case.

Goin' Fishin' (Some day)

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March 4, 2011 at 14:25:06
what about the wirerings that goes into the mother borad from the front panel?
and which case can I use?

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March 4, 2011 at 15:59:56
If you get a generic case, you can choose one that has wiring connectors that can be used on any mboard. A new generic case without a power supply is often available cheaply locally.

See response 3, 4, 5 in this recent Topic:

However, you may have to consult a mboard manual for a similar Asus retail mboard found on the Asus web site in order to find out what the pinouts of the headers are on your mboard are (which pin in which position is for what), if that is not shown in the mboard info I linked to.
The pinouts for the USB headers and firewire headers have been the same for all Asus models for many years, but the front panel pinouts probably vary.

Or, of course, you could just use your case as is.

You're not likely going to find the side panels for a computer as old as yours unless you search for a complete case case or case parts on the web for your model. It may be much easier to just buy another system that's the same model complete.

E.g. Your mboard is Socket 478, has a
Chipset 'North Bridge' 865G

The Asus retail model P4P800-VM is Socket 478, has a Chipset 'North Bridge' 865G, and would have been made at about the same time.

It may have all the same pinouts.

Go here.
(Asus Global - Support - Downloads)

Enter P4P800-VM in the Input Model box upper left, click on Go

on the right side of that page, select
Socket 478
P4P800 whatever

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