Question about Zerus Intel Desktop Board D815EEA (Z-D815EEA) Motherboard
So, the M/B has a 3 pin connector, but your case only has a 2 pin connector? Easiest way is just to cut the connector from the case in half with a pair of sissors.. It isn't the most nice solution, but it works quite well!
Posted on Jun 02, 2009
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