Finally broke down and started building a new system - I'm too old to game, this all started out as a home video project. Anyway - gathered all my components, now I'm working to assemble them. The case came with an Okia Model 500-ATX power supply. But no wiring schematic. I'm trying to identify the power supply fan plug - what seems to be it doesn't at all match the connector on the board. And I've got that positively identified by the board manual. The board has a small male 3 pin connection. The only thing I can find that might be the fan connector coming from the supply is a small 4 pin plug at the end of 1 of the strings of drive power harnesses. Nothing tucked up behind the supply case or anything. Is that likely to be it? Or would that be for a floppy or something? I tried to Google for a wiring schematic, but could find nothing. In fact, nothing much at all on this brand of supply - just a couple places that sell them. Please don't tell me I got an el cheapo that isn't worth having! At the risk of getting ahead of myself, in case I need to adapt something like that to the different style male connector on the board, in this case or something else I may find as i progress, is there some type of source for adapters, or what would I do? Bear with me, this probly won't be the last question I'll dream up - just getting started. While I'm at it - the board manual talks about a connector for a power supply that senses board temps - that's another reason I'd like to find a schematic or some sort of instructions for the power supply. OH! The connectors for the 2 fans in the case don't match the connector on the board, either. The board has another small male 3 pin connector for the case fan(s), but these have a larger, bigger pin, 4 pin connector. Again - I suppose it's adapter time? Guess I'll need that source! Thanks for helping an "old" computer student still (and probly always) in a definite learning curve!