So, everything has been going as planned, got an ASUS FM1 motherboard that lines up perfectly with the built in motherboard stand-offs, power supply fits nicely, a temporary XFX Radeon HD 5750 is in there for now while I save up for a 6970, I am just about to purchase an APU and I am amazed at how well everything is working out..besides this little problem (yes, I will have proper air flow if you are concerned about that). I have realized that the circuit that is pressed on to start the computer's connectors are too old to comply with this new motherboard. I have searched all over the internet to find out if it is possible to purchase one, but I haven't been able to find one. Maybe it's just because I don't know what the proper name for such a circuit is, or it just isn't sold because it seems like a rather useless unprofitable thing to sell. I will provide some photos so you guys can get an idea, and maybe you can help me as to how I should go about this. I need it to become the standard 2-pin connector, so maybe I have to just purchase a wire converter that can convert from the old to new, or I need a new circuit, or, worst case scenario, I have to buy a new case. https://mail-attachm...1_1ufgI-GJxZxck
Hopefully you can see those, I don't know if you will be able to :/ But, if you can, the first is a picture of the connector, second is the circuit, and third is where is has to connect to the motherboard..it has to connect to the black slot. Thanks!
This post has been edited by 1californiarepublic: 26 February 2012 - 11:52 AM