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Any help with connecting the bottom case LED on a Phanteks Eclipse P400S?

So I've had everything up and running just fine in my first build for a couple weeks now. No problems at all. However, I've come to notice that I never bothered to plug in the bottom case LED during the building process. This obviously doesn't affect the system at all, but it sucks to not have everything on the case working properly. Being a first time builder, I have honestly no clue what port on the motherboard that the cable goes to. I see places for fans and your general PC components, but where would this go? Any ideas? I'll link some images to help.

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  1. On the back side of the case, there should be a SATA power connector. That is what powers the LED's. http://benchmarkreviews.com/34598/phanteks-eclipse-p400-case-review/3/
  2. logainofhades said:
    On the back side of the case, there should be a SATA power connector. That is what powers the LED's. http://benchmarkreviews.com/34598/phanteks-eclipse-p400-case-review/3/


    Does anything have to be plugged into the motherboard..? And I think I've found the SATA power connector, but what do I connect that to?
  3. Best answer
    No it does not hook to the motherboard. You connect it to a SATA connector, from your power supply.
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