PSU connection doesn';t look right for MB Tags: Power Supplies Connection Components Last response: July 24, 2009 11:12 AM in Components Share ZGundam64 July 24, 2009 2:24:01 AM Well, I got everything together and I try to turn it on, no luck. Seems I have to attach a 4 pin connector along with the 20 pin connector onto the MB in order to power up. However, the PSU I have has a 20 pin connector. What's going on here? The MB is Gigabyte GA-MA770-UD3 The PSU is OCZ 600W StealthXStream More about : psu connection jitpublisher July 24, 2009 3:11:20 AM You should have another 4 pin, or an 8 pin (which is 2 -4 pins put together, and should slide apart) that you must plug in over beside the CPU. ZGundam64 July 24, 2009 11:12:29 AM Ok, I found the issue. Seems the PSU has the main 20 PIN and next to it there are the additional 4 pins labeled as '24'. And it slid right next to it and fitted perfectly into the last pins. System lit up and is now running! Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources EQ1 System that doesn't suck. This looks right ? Forum Nzxt phantom power button doesnt work right ? Forum PSU pass the paper clip test, computer still doesnt turn on Forum Does this look right ? Forum This Doesnt Look Right .. Forum 1000 dollar build doesnt seem right Forum PC power and Cooling PSU /w 19pin MB connector!!! Forum Asus p5q doesnt post, three red lights on 4870... PSU ? Forum Right audio channel doesn't work Forum Replaced PSU after a power failure killed it. Now system doesnt come up. Forum Problems with finding the right P67 mb Forum Time for a new build, YAY! Please take a look Forum Friend's computer doesn't work right Forum SLI Doesnt work GTX 660 Ti's Forum Did I do this right Forum Take a look need MB n opnions. Forum Best Cpu cooler for ~40 Forum Old Athlon xp mobo and PSU Forum Guitar builder needs PC building help: Can I mount my PSU upside down? Forum Does my pc need more power on PSU? Forum More resources Read discussions in other Components categories Power supplies Sound cards NICs Akasa Antec Cooler Master Cougar DeepCool Enermax !