Question about Intel Motherboard
This is the cd audio cable most people currently do not need this cable. It connects on your motherboard to the back of your Optical drive (CD or DVD).
The purpose of this cable is for play CD's in you optical drive and it sends the audio DIRECT to the sound card rather than piping it through the data cable and then redirected to the audio sub system. Its kind of like having a short cut to the sound card but is only used if you play CD audio disc in your CD/DVD. MP3's and other data are still sent through the data cable.
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Posted on Nov 18, 2008
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ASUS K8U-X - motherboard - ATX - Socket 754 - ALi M1689
1.0 x PCI - Socket 754,
2.0 x Processor - DIMM 184-pin,
4.0 x AGP 8x,
1.0 x Memory
as long as the PSU and motherboards power and lead connections are the same as the hard drive
hope this helps
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