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On Thu, 30 Jun 2005 07:20:37 GMT, Colin Bearfield

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It is often that a motherboard short may not be a direct
rail-to-ground short but rather one of the data lines or
motherboard-post-regulated power lines.  While one can probe
around and learn a bit about the board's layout, easiest is
to simply leave the board out of the case to get it working
initially, and then before installating it, note how many
studs it uses and where they are located, then verify that
the case has all of but only these studs installed.

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You will need a CPU, and sometimes a heatsink fan with RPM
signal plugged into the appropriate fan header.

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0.7 Ohm is close enough, could be trace resistance or a
coating on the case metal.  It is not a sign of a problem.

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