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    Apr 2005

    M1-ATX Square power connector

    im trying to get one because my motherboard needs it, anyone know where i can buy one or a tutorial on how to make it? TIA

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    Aug 2004
    You mean the 4-pin 12volt accessory connector?
    If your motherboard requires it, the M1-ATX is probably not the right power supply for you, it provides only 2 amps on the 12V line. Generally boards that require the 12V accessory connector draw a bit more than that...

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    Apr 2005
    well i got 2 m1's, one just for hte mobo proc and memory and another for hd and cd.

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