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Anyone know what the 20 pin plug coming from the power supply is for on a Gigastart 300 watt barebones box is for?
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I think you refer to the power connector for an ATX motherboard.
There is a pin-out of one here:
http://www.pcpowercooling.com/manual-standard-235-atx.html
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Ralph

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