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Old 06-25-2010, 06:19 PM   #1
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my centurion 5 has both a ac'97 connector and hs connector for audio, im using the hd, so can i just cut the wires coming from the hd connector 2 the ac'97? I dont like the wire just sitting on my graphics card its hard 2 describe wat it looks like so heres a low quality pic
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I had routed mine along the cable and zipped tied the heck out of it, I also used black electrical tape so it would not be obvious

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Same here, I just bend the as'97 wires back and tape them to the main cable. You can cut them, but that will bring in the possibility of a short, you want to make sure that all the wires are kept apart, and insulated from one another.
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i hadnt thought about shorts, that could become an issue, i still hate seeing that connector just hanging there haha
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