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    M4-ATX CPU powering question

    I have a question, does the M4-ATX have a 4pin CPU power hook-up? Because the motherboard I'm wanting to use has got to have this. Wanting to run a AMD 4600+ dual core CPU =)

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    Yes, it has a 4 pin 12V-ATX power output connector.
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    Alright cool. I was looking at the quick connect/release wiring harness, since I need my 12V P4 for my motherboard, can I take the the 12V P4 on the quick release and wire it into a molex connector and obtain the same results? I'm wanting to power a Lilliput monitor on it.

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    you could wire the screen to one of the 4pin-flat molex's-- just be sure to use the 12v lines, and not the 5v line

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    Sweet! Thanks a ton man much appreciated!!! Btw did you fabricate your tail-lights?

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    this is probably the most thorough thread on them, though there are sprinklings in my ride thread here, and other misc parts at hidplanet.com:

    http://www.club3g.com/forum/show-shi...il-lights.html

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    Wow man those are awesome!!! I wish I knew how to wire stuff up like that. I would love to make some new foglights for my mazda6

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