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March 14, 2013 1:30:26 PM

I'm building a new comp around an old P67 I got on ebay. I'm not sure whether to use the 20 pin or the 20+4 pin ATX power. I'm also not sure whether to use 4pin 12 volt or 8pin. It's a 4 and 4 wire. They both go in but the second, sometimes not used 4 pin doesn't match the square and trap holes. They are all trapazoid like plugs. And the female holes are two square and two trap. Anyone know for sure b4 I plug it in? Also I don't think this board has the rev 3 upgrade. What do I need to do to get that upgrade. I looked on asrocks website and no bios upgrades exist. thanks

Antec 1000 psu
intel i7 2700k
windows 7 64
2x 6870 radeon
corsair vengeance 2133 cl9
corsair 100i cpu cooler!
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March 14, 2013 1:44:22 PM

use the 20+4 and the 8 pin for cpu (4 +4) i have one of those and love it!!!
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March 14, 2013 2:01:02 PM

rev is revision and it is physical in some cases something on the board was changed chips, location of something, ect. You can not "Upgrade" to this you are stuck with whatever you have.

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March 14, 2013 2:26:00 PM

thently said:
rev is revision and it is physical in some cases something on the board was changed chips, location of something, ect. You can not "Upgrade" to this you are stuck with whatever you have.

Thent


The manual says the board will work with the 20 and 4 set up. So maybe I will start with that. Or 24 and 4. The rev.3 has something to do with the sandy bridge. Once I get it running i'm supposed to use cpu-z to see any revisions. Anymore feedback will help thanks. I will have it up and running tonight with an old hard drive. Waiting for new one to arrive.
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