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    Idem Dito is offline Junior Member
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    Default PLED1 header?

    My motherboard* has a "PLED1" power LED header.

    * ASRock - Z77 Extreme4

    I have connected my front panel already to the motherboard, using the "system panel header". So my power button is already doing the stuff, i.e. blinking when it's in S1/S3 state.

    Is this PLED1 just an addition header with the same feature as comes with the system panel header?

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    Default Re: PLED1 header?

    It appears so while looking at pg39 of the online manual.

    PLED1 header?-z77ext4_pled1-png
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    Idem Dito is offline Junior Member
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    Default Re: PLED1 header?

    Quote Originally Posted by - wardog - View Post
    It appears so while looking at pg39 of the online manual.
    Okay.

    Not much to say about it, then.
    Last edited by Idem Dito; 01-19-2013 at 01:20 AM.

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