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I can't find where to plug in the 2 pin swithch wire to the ASUS P4T533 motherboard. willl someone please help?

Unable to find connection to motherboard for power switch it is a small 2 pin configure.

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If you look at the board with the ram and processor at the top there's 2 rows x 10 pins on the bottom right edge. Reading from left to right the power switch connects to pins 6 and 7 on the bottom row. You might be able to see on this picture.
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