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Motherboard connectors question


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BIGEYE

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New Gigabyte GA-P35C-DS3R Mobo has 20 Pin connector and next to this is a 4 pin connector that supplies
12V for the ATX. The PSU has 20 Pin Plug & 4 Pin plug bunched together which connect into the mobo connectors.
The mobo also has a second 4 pin connector for ATX 12V, and the PSU also has a separate 4 Pin ATX plug for ATX - Do I need to this plug since I have the 4 Pin connected next to the 20 Pin Plug.
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no need to plug it in anymore
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Hello,
Please go here to download the manual for this motherboard.
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Thanks, the separate 12V ATX connector does need to be connected. Plugged it in, fired up and now I have got a display.

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