Fujitsu D2533 (rebadged Tyan Thunder S2915-E)... what the heck is PC2004?
I had a thread running over at tomshardware for awhile (before I gave up):
I purchased a Fujitsu D2533 motherboard awhile back and was attempting to get it to POST - without any luck, as detailed in the thread above. I eventually bought a Thunder S2915-E and all of my components came up fine however I noticed that, in comparison to the S2915-E, the D2533 did not have an additional 8-pin PSU port on the board; it is detailed as having such in the manual but the corresponding location on the board instead seems to have a "PC2004 PSU Connector"...
Google-ing now I can find even less documentation on the D2533 than I could six months ago... however I do have a copy of the motherboard manual (A26361-D2533-Z210-1-7619, Edition 1 2009/04) which seems to indicate that the PC2004 port is a "PSU Fan Control" interface...
I don't think the 8-pin PSU connector was broken off (at least from inspection the corresponding location on the board does not seem to have any kind of damage) however admittedly I could simply be mistaking the proximity of the PC2004 port to the location of the 8-pin port as having more significance that is warranted.
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