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Power supply cables EVERYWHERE

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So I have an old Compaq Presario S0000. And I am going to be using it for some experiments. Anyways thats not the reason. Where the heck do the PSU cables go? The PSU was seperate from the PC when I bought it but it is the genuine PSU from this pc. So where do all these cables go? Keep in mind there is no HHD in this computer.

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The mobo needs the 20pin connector and the 4-pin square one close to the CPU, that's it. The rest is for peripherals, so you use them if you connect things that need them. 

The first pic seems to be everything that was supposed to be mounted to the case front panel and was removed for some reason. 

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