Computers, Laptops & Tablets Accessories & Hardware ATX Power Supply Pinout Tables Pinout tables for ATX v2.2 power supply connectors Share Pin Email Print Accessories & Hardware Keyboards & Mice Monitors Cards HDD & SSD Printers & Scanners Raspberry Pi By Tim Fisher General Manager, VP, Lifewire.com Tim Fisher has 30+ years' professional technology support experience. He writes troubleshooting content and is the General Manager of Lifewire. our editorial process Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Tim Fisher Updated December 16, 2019 ATX power supply pinout tables are useful references when testing a power supply. You need to know which pins correspond to ground or specific voltages before you can successfully test a PSU. Each ATX power supply pinout table linked below (in the headings of each section) conforms to Version 2.2 of the ATX Specification (PDF). 24 pin Motherboard Power Connector Pinout Tim Fisher The ATX 24 pin main power connector is the standard motherboard power connector used in nearly every computer. This is the large 24-pin connector that usually attaches near the edge of the motherboard. 15 pin SATA Power Connector Pinout Tim Fisher The SATA 15-pin power supply connector is one of several standard peripheral power connectors. SATA power connectors only connect to SATA drives like hard drives and optical drives. SATA power connectors don't work with older PATA devices. 4 pin Peripheral Power Connector Pinout Tim Fisher The Molex 4-pin power supply connector is a standard peripheral power connector. Molex power connectors connect to many different kinds of internal peripherals including PATA hard drives and optical drives, some video cards, and even some other devices. 4 pin Floppy Drive Power Connector Pinout Tim Fisher The floppy drive 4-pin power supply connector is the standard floppy drive power connector. The floppy power connector, also called a Berg connector or Mini-Molex connector, is included in even the newest power supplies even though floppy drives are becoming obsolete. 4 pin Motherboard Power Connector Pinout Tim Fisher The ATX 4-pin power supply connector is a standard motherboard power connector used to provide +12 VDC to the processor voltage regulator. This small connector usually attaches to the motherboard near the CPU. 6 pin Motherboard Power Connector Pinout Tim Fisher The ATX 6-pin power supply connector is a motherboard power connector used to provide +12 VDC to the processor voltage regulator, but the 4-pin variety is the more commonly used connector. This small connector usually attaches to the motherboard near the CPU.