Question about ASUS P4SGX-MX Motherboard
Should be a very long connector... about 12 pins... and a square four pin.... if you mean the power switch plug in... farthest corner from the rear outputs... you will see a double row of pins... if you are lucky it will be labeled on the motherboard.... if not go to www.asus.com click on support and look for the manual... it will tell you there.
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