First post, by RockstarRunner
Ok, So I have a PC with a turbo display on the case, and an ASUS P2P-B board.
The motherboard obviously doesn't have any headers for a turbo display, as it has no need of one.
I do not know what model of display I have, as I cannot find anything that looks the same online. It doesn't seem to be one featured on http://www.minuszerodegrees.net/led_speed_dis … eed_display.htm
For reference, the middle set of pins are:
L- L+ (turbo led)
T G N (turbo switch)
G +5 (panel power)
Power is connected to an adapter for a floppy drive power cable.
The turbo switch has two sets of wires coming from it, one short one that connects to the panel, and a longer one that would go to the motherboard.
It seems that the switch being connected to the display isn't enough, as I can get the display elements to show when jumpered to 'always on', but when jumpered to a turbo state, neither works.
What I want to do though, is use the turbo switch to change the display when pressed, but it seems the display is also requiring something from the motherboard to show the correct state.
Does anyone know how I could rig something to make the turbo switch change the display in this situation, where there is no motherboard connection?
Or have I totally misunderstood something, and it should be working anyway?