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Ryaha
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Good afternoon! I have an Asus P5LP-LE motherboard. It is located in the HP Pavillion A6000 system unit It has an internal HDMI_HEADER1...18 pin connector Question....what is this connector and what can I connect to it? The vastness of the Internet did not give any normal information on this connector…

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Here is a picture and labeled layout for the motherboard

https://support.hp.com/lt-en/document/c00379616#AbT1

The picture is not quite clear enough to see the label etched on the motherboard, but I assume what you are questioning is to the right of the ATXPWR connector ( as shown on that picture )  there is a floppy connector and an IDE connector.  The blue one in the picture is IDE -  old school hard drive connection and the black one is for a floppy drive.  Both are ribbon cable connections.

 

 


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No. I'm talking about a different motherboard.
Here it is
https://support.hp.com/za-en/document/c01080268
At the very bottom (under the PCI connectors) there is a black comb-the HDMI-Header. Here is on this connector I have a question.....

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OK, I do see that now.  IDK  I do not think that chipset supports HDMI, so unknown. 

That might be a HD audio header??  Perhaps someone else will chime in.


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Thanks! I will wait for any more tips...

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I edited the post.  It might be a HD audio header


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HD audio has a separate connector. And it is already used to connect the front panel of the case with me.

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