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    M1-ATX HDD power

    I recently bought the M1-ATX without any adapters with it ( I didn't know it has all those).. Except for the HDD power cable, I can do the rest. Is there any place I can order this piece or how to build one?

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    can someone take a pic of their M1-ATX 8 pin cable adapter and post it on here please?

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    Quote Originally Posted by csnv
    can someone take a pic of their M1-ATX 8 pin cable adapter and post it on here please?

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    I would but mine didn't come with one, and I bought it brand new. I've got a connector that I'm going to wire once I figure out the pinout of the M1-ATX but that wont be for a while.

    Sorry I couldn't help.

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    Look at this pic and you can see that the M1-ATX comes with a 20pin ATX cable that also splits off to power connectors for hard drives etc.


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    I'm pretty sure he meant the cable that attaches to the connector circled in the attached image. It does not come with the M1-ATX.
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    Quote Originally Posted by etown
    I'm pretty sure he meant the cable that attaches to the connector circled in the attached image. It does not come with the M1-ATX.

    Yes, that's what i meant.

    I turned on the board and measure the voltages. So making cable isn't that bad.

    Thanks for reponses!

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