Hello All, First time poster - Been troubleshooting a new PC build - I am building using some existing parts (including an existing PSU). Was experiencing random freezes and BSODs - did all the typical troubleshooting etc....eventually narrowed the issue down to what i think was the new video card. RMA'd the card - and am expecting UPS to deliver the replacement card tonight. HOWEVER - was prepping the system for the new card, and noticed that the wire for Pin 15 on the PSU was detached....Plugged it into a PSU tester, and everything looks good except for -5v which shows a fail. Pin 15 is a ground wire (one of many) - what does this mean to me? Should I replace the whole connecter? Can I run without an attached Pin 15? Is it safe to plug my new video card in, and power up without pin 15 attached? Thoughts?