does the Asrock K7V88 motherboard require -5v wire

  cornishcactus 18:02 23 Nov 2006
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simple as that.
no, have i got all my wires in and correct coz we've gone over that in the other thread.
as that thread doesn't ask that question direct in the title i thought i'd start a new to get the answer.

does my motherboard Asrock K7V88, a fairly recent motherboard require the white cable which seems to be removed from a lot of modern psu's as it's old and outdated.

i have a working psu, i have a working pc, put the two together, no worky.
common ground is the white cable, or lack of it.

thanks, tearing my hair out now..

  cornishcactus 19:31 24 Nov 2006

anyone?

  bazb 20:25 24 Nov 2006

I think the board requires 2 seperate power connectors to work.

The main ATX power connector 20 pins,

ATX 12v connector 4 pins, this is usualy square.

Have a look here click here

  bazb 20:30 24 Nov 2006

sorry forget the above, have just read your previous posting.

  cornishcactus 20:33 24 Nov 2006

yep, as i said line one, all connecters are correct.
all i need to know is does this mb require the -5v


you lot are obsessed with connectors being put in wrong :p

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