Everything is hooked up correctly, it has to be. I have an 8-pin CPU power connector on the PSU but it only uses 4 of the pins on the mobo, but it fits right in and many people have told me it will be just fine like that. The 24 pin power connector fits right in, nice and snug, pretty hard to pull out actually, but still in there well. SATA data cables are plugged in correctly, they only go in one way, most cords do anyways. The USB cables from the case is plugged into a slot called F_USB1 and there is an HD_AUDIO connector from the case as well that has a pin pattern that only matches with one spot on the mobo, it's in the far bottom left of it, and is 5 pins across the top but the 4th is missing and then 5 below that. I believe. If you can picture that, that's the look of it, give or take a pin or two. My PSU has two cords that have 4 SATA power cables coming off of each one, one is twisty tied together and hidden in the bottom of the HDD bays, and the other I am using two of the four connectors on my optical drive and my HDD. GPU is plugged into the only slot I have on the mobo for GPU's, network card is plugged into the same slot it was on the mobo before I moved it into the new case. The 4pin male molex from the front fan is plugged into one of the female molex cables on my PSU, it's got molex cables like the SATA cables, two cords, 4 connector's each, one molex in use, other 7 twisty tied away under the HDD bay. I have no idea what's wrong and really the only problem I know I am having is with that power sw cable. But, anytime now when I turn my PSU on, I can immediately catch a small hint of something either burning or just getting really hot, and the orange light on my mobo is no longer blinking, just glowing constantly.