Does this motherboard have standard power connectors

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What exactly do you mean by standard power connectors?
What exactly are you wanting to do with that motherboard?

HP name: Odense2-K

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rishcu

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I have a ax850 corsair power supply i need to know if it'll connect to the motherboard
 

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From what I can see, it has a 24pin atx and a 4pin aux or cpu pw connector.
 

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Yes, those are standard connections. If you are doing this in order to install a gaming type video card, IMO you are fighting a losing battle.
 

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Why do you say that? I've gamed on this motherboard forever
 

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BTW if you are using a hp case, you have to measure to make sure you have sufficient room for the pw supply. If you are using a standard atx type case, most of the time the motherboard does not line up with the pci slots, mount points are not standard, etc.
 

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Why do you say that? I've gamed on this motherboard forever
Simple hp, dell, etc do not have the heavy duty components you find in a performance motherboard ie heavy duty pw regulation, extra chipset cooling, steel video slots, etc, etc.
Installing a gaming type card in a dell, hp, whatever is analogous to installing a performance cam in an econobox car. It will run however it will never run well.
There is a lot more to a gaming system than simply installing a video card. A well designed gaming system starts with a high end pw supply, a performance motherboard, a case with good airflow, etc, etc.
 

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One other item. Most proprietary motherboards do not have standard case leads so you may have to do some soldering/wire splicing to get your board to work with a standard atx type case; again you need to check.
 

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This is what its cable connector panel looks like:

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This is its dimensions:

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6.70" X 3.39" X 5.90"
 

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