molex connector/splitter to aux adapter

  stevo28 19:45 29 Nov 07
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hi,

just bought a used Jetway P4MFP533 motherboard (pentium 4 socket 478); the board has a standard 20 pin atx psu socket, pentium4 4pin socket and a 6 pin male socket for 3.3v, 5v rails, the socket is marked as P6 on the mobo. I believe an aux connector from the PSU is required to connect over the pins of the P6,

as my psu doesn't have an aux connector I wondered if you can buy molex to aux adapter's??

not having P6 connected, windows xp starts to load and then reboots

thanks...

  DieSse 22:12 29 Nov 07

I've just looked at a couple of ATX PSUs and both of them have this connector. I also seem to remember having it on others.

This kind of converter gives you the auxiliary power connector out of the main connector. click here

  stevo28 09:10 30 Nov 07

DieSse

looks like the adapter I would require,superb, many thanks for your help, cheers!

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