Question about Soyo SY-P4I 845PE Motherboard
This board is a oldie...
Its going to be slow with the 3 ISA slots.
Anyway, most important is the 24 pin power connector and above to the right is a 4- pin video plug, which you must have to complete your video output.
Next, close to the CPU holder is a 3 - pin CPU fan connection.
Next, your IDE drives, you may want to check your pinout on the cables you are using.
Next, is the USB connections.
Sound, power on, turbo, reset and leds should all be together on one block.
Hope this has helped you.
Posted on Oct 03, 2009
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