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Plug the Power Supply to the Motherboard

Plug the Power Supply to the Motherboard
If the computer already has the motherboard installed into it, the power leads from the power supply need to be plugged in. Most modern motherboard use the large ATX power connector that gets plugged into the socket on the motherboard. Some motherboards require an additional amount of power through a 4-pin ATX12V connector. Plug this in if required.
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Plug the Power Supply to the Motherboard
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