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    Will OPUS work with regular P4 Motherboard

    Does anyone know if the OPUS will work with a regular P4 Motherboard that has the additional 4wire plug? I'm thinkg of gettting an OPUS but want to make sure it will work with my P4.

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    MB Quartz
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    You mean the 2x2 12v connector? It has that on mine, they do ask you what m/b type you have when you order.

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    the SFX 150w opus PSU comes with that 4-wire P4 connector, nps

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    Thanks.
    2002 BMW E46 (99% done)
    Lilliput 7"
    P4 2.0
    80Gb
    DLink FM
    Routis 2004
    Opus 150W
    1200watts of PPI power
    2 - 12" solobaric
    MB Quartz
    IBUS - steering control
    USB 2.0 DVD player

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