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AORUS 101: How-To Install Your Motherboard

AORUS 101: How-To Install Your Motherboard




Before installing your motherboard into your case, here are some tips and tricks to make the building process as smooth, clean, and seamless building experience.



First we would recommend becoming familiar with your motherboard layout. This is an important step as this can help your system look clean through efficient and tidy cable management.





Next we would recommend installing your CPU and CPU Cooler onto your motherboard. If you are unsure of how to install your CPU and CPU Cooler, worry not we will have another blog covering the installation. 





Following that we would then install the DDR4 RAM. To install the RAM we would recommend using the notch as a guide and avoid using too much pressure as to avoid damaging anything. If seated properly the RAM should click right in.




After installing your CPU, CPU Cooler, and Memory your motherboard is prepped and ready to go in your case.





But before that install the often forgotten I/O Panel into your case.





After doing so, carefully drop in your motherboard it in and align it with the case standoffs.





You are good to go and screw in your motherboard.




Good luck and have fun with your newly installed motherboard.


We hoped this guide helped ease the installation process for you.


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jimmy666 :
Installing a motherboard is really tricky for many. Once I was at Apple Support UK and had the opportunity of assembling their compatible motherboards into an Apple system. They are really professional in every means of the word.
2018-06-16 01:10
Umit Ulus :
where do i connect de connectors of the eagle on the front side and on the left side of the case? i mean where on the motherboard?
2019-03-12 03:35
drtoxic :
I have a z390 ultra and my question is why isnt the XMP RGB light lighting up everything works with the motherboard I\'ve been using it for months and it\'s never worked but I was doing some research on it and that\'s the only light that isnt lighting up I was wonding if there was something I was suppost to hook up or it\'s just not working.
2019-05-17 12:56
H3llBaTs :
How do I connect the CM H500M large front RGB fans to the Aorus x570 Xtreme? The RGB fan controller was part of the X570 MB and I connected the SATA power and the USB to F_USB header and input to the X570 MB C_Led connector ... but no lights on the front fans. They do turn, but are not controllable from the SmartFan application ... \nWhat did I miss?
2019-12-12 04:22
CoinTrooper :
I realize this is a pretty old message, but I was wondering if you ended up using the fan/rgb controller that came installed in the case or the Fan Commander that came w/ the motherboard? I\'m thinking the fan commander is the better option. I\'m building w/ these two components now. I\'d appreciate any advice.
2021-12-02 19:09