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This is a question for all you lanparty ultra-d users out there. I just got this particular mobo installed it, and it booted into bios fine. Was staring at the board for a while when I noticed a Floppy Drive connector ON the mobo under the CPU socket. What is this connector for? Is it necessary? Do you have it connected or no?
post #2 of 6
Its more power. I have mine connected. It said to do so in my motherboard manual.
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DFI recommends that you have this plugged in.
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It's recommended for more stability.
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Yes, you should use it. Mine freaks out and gives me BSODs if I don't have it plugged in.
post #6 of 6
It is supposed to be used when you have two graphics cards installed or if you card does not have independent power connectors to add stability. Everyone instructs you to use the 4-pin FDD power connector from users to technical representatives at DFI. If you plan at running at stock you could probably get away without using it, but who does that around here?
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