Question about Intel Pentium 4 , 2.8 GHz (SL77ND)
I have 5pins in hand,
1. peaker left
2 speaker right
3. mic power
4 mic in
I m not able to keep the pins exactly right way in the pins. can u tell me the where i need to keep the pins in mother board
For that purpose you need the manual of the Motherboard if you dont have it download for the manufacturer site of the board in the support or download section.
Posted on Jan 06, 2008
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The next step is connecting the power supply. The power supply has one 20-pin connector and your motherboard can have an extra 4-pin connector called ATX12V, which should also be installed (not all motherboards have this extra connector). You may need to lift the motherboard in a 45º angle with the table you are using to assemble your PC, since usually the wires from the power supply aren't long enough to reach the motherboard while it is on the table outside the case.
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