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    Question Has the WaveMaster a changeable back panel?

    Hello everyone excellent site!

    Does the WaveMaster have a changeable I/O back panel? I might be getting to a legacy-free motherboard(all slots usb instead of ps2/serial/parallel sockets) for my next upgrade.

    If the back panel is changeable then does the WM TAC-T01 come with different panels such a pure USB back panel?
    Heres a link to the original I/O back panel on this site. WaveM BP
    Thanks for any help i'm itching to get this case and don't want my mobo options limited.

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    The motherboards tend to come with their own back panels. I think the one in the jpeg is just an example back panel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zathras
    The motherboards tend to come with their own back panels. I think the one in the jpeg is just an example back panel.

    Cooler Master supply that I/O panel with the case.

    I removed it and installed my own that came with my motherboard. They are universal fitting.



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    Does the WaveMaster have a changeable I/O back panel? I might be getting to a legacy-free motherboard(all slots usb instead of ps2/serial/parallel sockets) for my next upgrade.
    as above...

    I hope so anyway as i am getting a Wavemaster with an Abit IC7-Max3 - legacy free also.

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    XTR: Yup, but you should replace it with your own motherboard back panel as you state. Does anyone know of a motherboard that doesn't come with its own back panel?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zathras
    Does anyone know of a motherboard that doesn't come with its own back panel?
    Yeah, mine ! off eBay ! LOL !!!

    But the manufacturers have found one and are very kindly posting it to me... piggin good job too, no Serial, parallel or video, but two NIC's next to each other....
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    Thx for the feedback guys..
    I'll go for the WaveMaster then..This was the only thing worrying me about it. Its just that with my present case I got three different back panels. I didn't get one with my abit mobo(back in June 2000!) so assumed back panels came with cases.
    Once again thx for ur help!

    Hand

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