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For those who like to examine labels, here's the one for the NX-4000:
The photos with the cover removed show massive aluminum heatsinks:
Note that the main printed circuit board is so densely packed that additional circuitry was moved to two smaller PCBs mounted vertically on opposite sides of the main PCB, and a third vertical PCB behind the power switch. On the photo below, a green headed thermistor can be seen glued and clamped to the edge of the heatsink. One presumes this is the thermistor in the fan speed control circuit.
There are a total of 7 wire sets:
3 cables, 16" long, each with a single 4-pin IDE drive connector
1 cable, 20" long, with one 4-pin IDE drive connector and one floppy drive power connector
1 cable, 20" long, with two 4-pin IDE drive connectors
20" long cable for main 20-pin ATX connector
20" long cable for dual 12V (P4) connector
3.3V connector on another 20" wire set.
Three of the cables terminate in one 4-pin connector each. None of the cables are very long (generally a good thing for standard size PCs), and all are close to the same length.
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