I recently made a large upgrade (new proc, motherboard, videocard, PSU, HDD), and have been having nothing but problems putting it together. After overcoming numerous hardships (the motherboard wasn't compatible with my RAM, the backplate doesn't match my motherboard's actual layout, etc), I've come down to two main problems.
For reference, I have an EVGA 650i motherboard, a C2D 6600, and a Raidmax Modular 630 PSU
First: There is only one IDE connector. I happened to buy a SATA hard drive with my other things, but obviously it's blank and would need a fresh install of windows. Is EVGA assuming I will be using a SATA drive and providing the single IDE connector for my media drives?
Second: For whatever reason, my computer won't turn on when it is upright. If I hold the cable up at a certain angle, it will boot, and then shut off a few seconds later. When the computer is lying on its side, it stays on. Is this indicative of a faulty power supply, or is there something I can do to fix it?