Connecting Carnetix P2140 to Intel Motherboard DG45FC
I guess I'm a little confused as to how exactly to connect the Carnetix P2140 to my Intel motherboard DG45FC. I originally planned to use my laptop as my Carcomputer...hence the Carnetix...but since then I've changed my mind and would like to use a smaller mini itx style computer. I dont have any parts yet (mobo, cpu, hdd, etc) but I do have the Carnetix and I'm trying to figure out what all I need to purchase to build the computer.
My main question is, do I need some sort of 24 pin pigtail and 4 pin pigtail to connect to the motherboard then splice the Carnetix wires into those? Or do I need some sort of other PSU that plugs into the 24 pin connector and 4 pin connector on the motherboard, then the Carnetix plugs into that?
Where do I find out what voltage the motherboard needs from the main rail on the Carnetix? I can't find this out in any of the documentation from Intel.
Lastly, the ACPI wires from the Carnetix...these go to the 'power button' on the motherboard correct? And the 'power button' on the motherboard is really just two pins that you jump together to start the computer?
I searched around here and google and Carnetix website/manuals to help me understand this but I didn't find anything that definitely answered my questions. If you know of a FAQ or thread where I can find answers...feel free to direct me there.