Power LED Connection

  Newuser939 10:09 16 Jan 2005

I am building a new computer but have run into one snag. The power LED connection from the case is two pin but the connector on the motherboard is three pin. Does anyone know where I can get an adapter or suggest any other solution. The motherboard is an Asus P5GDC-V Deluxe.

  kakasnarta 10:20 16 Jan 2005

Cant say for certain dont know your mobo ....but check your manual...my momo msi k8n neo 2 has two connectors on mobo 3 pin and 2 pin ...its worth a check.

  €dstowe 10:24 16 Jan 2005

Normally on Asus M/Bs the centre pin on the PWR LED set is not connected.

Is your case connector a single unit or two separate, single wire connectors?

  Newuser939 10:51 16 Jan 2005

Thanks for the responses but I am afraid that the mobo only has a three pin connector and the lead from the case is a single unit.

  €dstowe 11:22 16 Jan 2005

Asus have been good to me at supplying small adapters for various things on their M/B (USB pin converters and such). Perhaps if you contact them, they would be able to help. They are based in Europe (Holland, I think). Customer service phone +31 (10) 462-2060

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