Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by NONYA, Feb 4, 2008.
My power supply has a 6 pin 12 volt socket plug,the mobo has 8 any fix ideas?
You must be confused... the 6-pin connector is for connecting graphics cards... your power supply must have a 4-pin or a EPS 8-pin connector to plug into the 8-pin plug on the board.
that 6 pin connector is for pci-e graphics cards. your psu has a 4-pin p4 12v mobo connector.
ok i have a 4 pin but the board still has an 8,just plug it ibnto the end of the 8?
it doesn't need the extra 4 unless you have a quad core. just plug the 4pin in.
I think the 4-pin can handle the Allendale just fine. Isn't there a molex connector on the board too? Using that should compensate for the loss of not having 8-pin.
no 4pin molex on the Blood Iron!
Just the 24pin and the 8pin for mobo power!
Cool,what about all the jumpers,do I need to move any of them before I power up?
Maybe try a CMOS reset before attempting to boot ....
K i put it all together,cleared cmos,hit the power it booted went through some screens and even went to windows BUT my mouse isnt being recognized,it lights up when I boot but i loose it when it gets to windows,any ideas?
logitech or microsoft?
which one? intelimouse or explorer?
shiz started working!
Nice to see it works now.
SO, You got the BloodIron, now let's see some crazy overclocking....
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