Finally broke down and started building a new system -
I'm too old to game, this all started out as a home video
Anyway - gathered all my components, now I'm working
to assemble them.
The case came with an Okia Model 500-ATX power supply.
But no wiring schematic.
I'm trying to identify the power supply fan plug - what seems
to be it doesn't at all match the connector on the board.
And I've got that positively identified by the board manual.
The board has a small male 3 pin connection. The only thing I
can find that might be the fan connector coming from the
supply is a small 4 pin plug at the end of 1 of the strings of
drive power harnesses. Nothing tucked up behind the
supply case or anything.
Is that likely to be it? Or would that be for a floppy or something?
I tried to Search for a wiring schematic, but could find nothing.
At the risk of getting ahead of myself, in case I need to adapt
something like that to the different style male connector on the
board, in this case or something else I may find as i progress,
is there some type of source for adapters, or what would I do?
Bear with me, this probly won't be the last question I'll dream up -
just getting started.
While I'm at it - the board manual talks about a connector
for a power supply that senses board temps - that's another reason
I'd like to find a schematic or some sort of instructions for the power supply.
OH! The plug for the 2 fans in the case doesn't match the small male 3 pin
connection on the board (either). Is it adapter time, or??? Guess I really
will need a source for them if that's what I have to do.
Thanks for helping an "old" computer student still (and probly always)
in a definite learning curve!
Edited by macx, 16 October 2005 - 01:22 AM.