- Jul 23, 2012
- TUF Z370-PLUS GAMING
- Vega 56
- Mobile Phone
The pin diagrams for the motherboard are in the manual. They’re all the same and seem to match the PWM compatibility guide I posted earlier.I have to revisit my earlier post. That diagram on the box-shot is crazy complicated. Who on earth thought any of that was a good idea? For a start they are obviously splitting the standard 4-pin PWM/Power connector by adding a 2-pin connector for the PWM service. The trouble I can see is how do you know which two pins are the PWM part of the 4-pin setup on your particular motherboard? Which way "up" does the connector fit?
The craziest part? Why do all that? It looks as though all those split connectors recombine to a single 4-pin connector for the controller end anyway. Why not just stick with the one?
Must be a reason, I guess...
Is there a chance that the connnected pins in the PWM connector in my original picture are just in the wrong sockets?
(Currently 1 and 4 as in the picture, each end, but should be 2 and 4 as in the PWM compatibility guide)