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hey guys.. i have a problem with my system right now, wont power on, i have the GA-P35-DS3L motherboard and im just wondering where the power button chord goes. i thought i had it in the right spot but it will now not power on at all and maybe thats the reason, so could someone put up a snap shot of where it suppose to go?
Thanks
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Download the manual, it tells you in that

EDIT... Here ya go:


Edited by wiggy2k7 - 12/15/09 at 12:40pm
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post #3983 of 4644
okay ive tried that, thanks for the diagram.. im still not sure how they go though. i have a green/white 2 split wires, red/white connected wires, a blue/white connected together which i believe is my power button cable and then another white/blue connected wires which i think is LED something or other. do they go up and down or left and right? i thought it was up and down, different from the diagram. but the diagram makes it look like they go left and right which the colors dont all match up if i put them in that way.
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post #3984 of 4644
All the connectors go left-right according to the pic above. The pins are also numbered, so the power button would be connected to pins 6 & 8. Based on your color discriptions of the cables, the white would be the negative and the colored ones are positive.
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thanks, i finally got it. for some reason last time i plugged them in i didnt think they were left-right but up and down so i never really tried it until yall suggested
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I was getting Reboots while folding, looks like my frankenstien PS needs some new Lighting recharge! Slopped my antec 750 on there for the moment, Down 3 boards this month! Horrinle month :MA: I don't remeber loseing a board in a deacade and now 3 in a month!!!!!

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Started to get some decreased stability. I think it's going to be time for an upgrade soon. I'm running stock speeds atm because I cannot afford a new CPU/MOBO. This sucks!
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Im getting low temps with my 3.25ghz overclock those winter days , now i have 27 and the other day i saw 21

I have a question about this mobo..

the other day i pluged an old SB1024 Live! (because its quite better than the built-in realcrap) and while i was on the BIOS looking for dissabling the onboard sound card in noticed those two options disabled:

SATA AHCI MODE
SATA PORT0-1 NATIVE MOVE

Ok, the first one i guess is that my hard disk is working in IDE mode right? Whats the second option and what does? Will i gain HD performance if i install drivers in my XP SP2 and switch the AHCI mode on?
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Quote:
Originally Posted by JLT_GTI View Post
Im getting low temps with my 3.25ghz overclock those winter days , now i have 27 and the other day i saw 21

I have a question about this mobo..

the other day i pluged an old SB1024 Live! (because its quite better than the built-in realcrap) and while i was on the BIOS looking for dissabling the onboard sound card in noticed those two options disabled:

SATA AHCI MODE
SATA PORT0-1 NATIVE MOVE

Ok, the first one i guess is that my hard disk is working in IDE mode right? Whats the second option and what does? Will i gain HD performance if i install drivers in my XP SP2 and switch the AHCI mode on?

- 1st of all your right the Realtek sound is crap, you need to use the Azalia Codec it's HD and supports up to 7:1 I think IIRC.
- 2nd yes you are correct AHCI enables SATA like IDE, and yes you should notice some gain in speed when using Native mode, but beware, don't enable this unless it's with a fresh drive/s. I tried that once and almost could not save anything.
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Will this board support Sata 3.5
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