Looking for some advice regarding an old Asus motherboard, the P4T-E.
The old PSU is no longer working, while disconnecting it, I've noticed that it has a white wire in the 20 pin connector, that the new PSU doesn't have.
After doing a bit of research I have so far found out that this is probably Pin 20 which carried −5 V for ISA, and therefore redundant. I think the P4T-E only has PCI slots, I'm not aware of any ISA sockets, but I don't really know what one would look like anyway.
So, would the P4T-E still function correctly without this -5v wire, or would it still expect to have that present even if it is without any ISA.....?