Wondering about a powersupply connector on the Fong Kai FK-603

Marvill

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Hey there,

I just got my FK-603 from Directron.com today (I sprung for the optional 300-watt power supply), and when I opened it up I saw it had a connector running from the powersupply that I couldn't recognize. It's about the same size as a connector you'd plug in a hard drive, but it's a different shape and type of plastic, with twelve square holes instead of four round ones. It has "P2" printed on it. The only other connector with anything printed on it ("P1") is the connector that goes to the motherboard.

Pictures are at http://tatooine.fortunecity.com/wilhelm/291/fongkai/index.htm

Thanks.
 

Jhhnn

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Nov 11, 1999
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Check the ATX ECR P1 reference at:
this link

I think you have an auxilliary power connector, part of the ever-changing ATX specs.
 

yo2tup

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Oct 11, 1999
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wierd, mine didn't come with that. i dont know, man.

do you need both of your face plates or can you spare one? :)
 

toph99

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some motherboards have places for 2 power connectors(like in my dell) it might be that
 

-Worm-

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Its for those high power demand systems loaded with periperals. The only boards that come to mind with the MB connectors are Intel and Supermicro boards.