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Not what i wanted

I got all yje parts for iti just dont know what p1 plug goes to or the p2 p3 p4 plugs go,,and if theres anyway i can get this help for free i would app. that,,im poor\

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Re: not what i wanted

Easy all 4 pin dont matter 4 pin to all hard drives and cd roms ok big 20 pin or 24 to mobo smaller 4 pins floppies ok dont mater that its says p1 p2 3p that dont meen nothing ok 4 pin plugs main ones uuse on cd roms hard drives ok fans sumtimes

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