- Mar 1, 2011
- i5 7600k
- GTX 1070
- Classic Mac
- Mobile Phone
OKs so I still lack the PICO power brick so I am using a regular PSU to do this for now
So I followed minihacks guide to getting my touch sensor to work.
I did the resistor off the LED to the #2 on the plug - from that I put it to LED+
#1 goes to 5v constant
#4 I put to PWR+
#5 I put to PWR-
so thing is when the board is not running LED is on and as soon as I touch the sensor it turns on the board but the LED goes out ??
So any Ideas? I swapped the PWR ones around, I put the #2 on to the LED- instead of +
Also I have the back plate the that touch sensor is on grounded with it to the groung on a 4 pin molex off the PSU for testing.
eelhead said:That asrock and then there is also an asus board, I would try to use as the memory, like you said, are positioned a tad in leaving nice bit of room.
eelhead said:This one
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.a ... _-13131840
the power plug might come close but there can always be a work around for that unlike the memory sticks