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Figure 82 The CPU inserted with the heatsink mount in place
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Figure 83 Heat-sink fan power connection
7 The next step is to install the Rambus RAM bank Memory slots are numbered from 1 to 4, starting at the CPU and moving away from it You should place the Rambus memory in slots 1 (the slot closest to the CPU) and 2 8 Next, it is necessary to install Crimms, which are nonmemory products, in the empty Rambus slots Gently push the Crimms into remaining slots 3 and 4 The Crimms are properly installed when you hear a click (see Figure 84)
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Figure 84 Rambus memory in slots 1 and 2, with Crimms inserted in slots 3 and 4
9 Now that the memory is installed, raise the motherboard by its edges and insert it into the chassis Line up the holes in the motherboard with the risers in the chassis Secure the motherboard tightly with screws, but do not overtighten them
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Figure 85 The CD drive housing and chassis
10 Next, install the CD drive To do this, remove the CD drive cage from the chassis (see Figure 85), and insert the CD drive unit into the drive cage Tighten the screws 11 Now install the floppy drive unit into the chassis Once both the CD drive and the floppy drive units have been placed in the chassis, secure both units with three screws You should now have something that looks like Figure 86
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Figure 86 CD drive and floppy drive secured in chassis
12 Insert the hard drive into the top front position on the chassis, and secure it tightly with two screws 13 Now that the components installed in the previous steps are in place, it s time to plug everything into the power supply Figure 87 provides an overview of the motherboard, showing the main connection points The connection sequence is as follows:
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Floppy IDE Controller Figure 87 Connecting the power to the drives and fan
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pin 1 on the floppy and the primary and secondary IDE controllers This red arrow designates where the red stripe on the ribbon cable should go
Connect the power supply connectors to the motherboard power switches and light-emitting diode (LED) lights Although the connections are very small, they are labeled Insert one end of the floppy ribbon into the motherboard (red stripe facing toward the top of the chassis) and the other end of the floppy ribbon into the floppy drive (Figure 88)