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The power LED header on my motherboard has 3 pins in a row - 1 positive, and 2 negative (in positive, negative, negative order). My case came with a single positive one-pin power LED connector, and a single negative one-pin power LED connector, intertwined, but separate.


My question: Which negative power LED header pin should I connect the sole single-pin negative power LED connector? The one directly next to the positive pin, or the one with a negative pin in between it and the positive pin?


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d'ler
 

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It probably does not matter, but I usually use the one on the outside.
 

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Well, since most LED headers come as a molded pair, I'd use the one next the positive pin. But I doubt it matters.
 

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That would be my guess as well. I thought the 3 pin set up was for LEDs that did something different in sleep mode (blink, change color). But I would have guessed that there would be 2 +'s and 1 -, so what do I know?
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Originally Posted by jhhoffma /forum/post/15480875


Well, since most LED headers come as a molded pair, I'd use the one next the positive pin. But I doubt it matters.
 
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