What is the wpwr1 header on a motherboard for?

Discussion in 'hardware' started by taleblou, May 8, 2019.

  1. taleblou

    taleblou Registered Member

    Jan 9, 2010
    I have a acer aspire gx-785 where I want to connect some rgb strips, ram and fans and therefore need plenty of connectors. on the motherbord there is one chasi fan header and the power supply has 2 molexes and one 4 pin connector free. I was looking at the motherboard for headers I can use. There is a header called WPWR1 and my search did not give me any good result. So does anyone knows what that means. ( can I used it for the rgb strips or fans?) Acer does not provide diagram or manual for its pre-build motherboards.

    Also anyone with a gx-785 can you tell me how many connectors are there on the motherboard. I will move my system to a new gaming tower with 5 rgb fans and I also want to install 2 rgb strips and the rams are rgb with 2 pin connectors. the strips I think use molexes. so this leaves the rgb rams and rgb fans competing for the single chasi fan header. so any help would be appreciated it.

    by the way the 4 pin connector of the power supply that says "P6" what that is for? is it usefull for fans or strips?
    Thanks for all your help
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