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2009 aurora r5 desktop diagram for wirring .

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I bought an aurora r5 desktop that dosent have its power supply hdd or soundblaster sound card. as well as i have been told the lights need to be hooked up. i dont know where to hook any thing up as im not a computer techie alike to game so i jumped if anyone could tell me where to connect everything with pics would be a great help. no one around here wants to put the stuff in for me also since the soundblaster card is missing what would be a good replacement. or dose any one know where to get one. as well as i think it had two graphics cards but is missing one not sure. any help would be apertiated.

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RE: 2009 aurora r5 desktop diagram for wirring .

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You can find a diagram  showing what gets connected where on the motherboard starting on page 17 in the manual.

This system has onboard HD video and can also handle "up to two PCI-Express X16, single-width/double-width, full length (maximum 10.5 inches) add-in video cards, according to the specs.

As for what audio and video card(s) to consider, you might want to post those questions in the Alienware Club forum.

Ron

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RE: 2009 aurora r5 desktop diagram for wirring .

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Dell does not publish diagrams for stripped down units.  Motherboard pinouts are non existent. Dell does not and will not ever publish this information.


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7- Thorium

RE: 2009 aurora r5 desktop diagram for wirring .

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You can find a diagram  showing what gets connected where on the motherboard starting on page 17 in the manual.

This system has onboard HD video and can also handle "up to two PCI-Express X16, single-width/double-width, full length (maximum 10.5 inches) add-in video cards, according to the specs.

As for what audio and video card(s) to consider, you might want to post those questions in the Alienware Club forum.

Ron

   Forum Member since 2004
   I am not a Dell employee