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Reserve Header: What is it? Not urgent. Just curious.

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Posted 03 December 2010 - 01:51 PM

So this is really just a curiosity thing for me. The diagram of the motherboard labels this mysterious thing as "JP4" and component as reserve header. Can't find anything on line that matches this name exactly. Is it just an extra component for something that I could add to my computer??
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Posted 03 December 2010 - 02:23 PM

Not knowing what MoBo you have I just took a shot in the dark. But take a look here: http://www.elhvb.com/ctechinfo/manuals/snapper_manual.pdf

Specifically pages 11 and 12. In the index they are listed as types of Jumper Settings. That should give you more info to investigate further.

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