Thanks for posts.
Sorry if I am acting stupid, but I am really new to this thing. My motherboard has one 20-pin connector socket and a 12v 4-pin connector socket which are separate. Also my power supply comes with a 20-pin connector and a 12v 4-pin connector. However, they are separate as well. Please visit this link: http://www.dfi.com.tw/Upload/Product...6A-MLV%20b.jpg
It is a picture of my motherboard.
Actually, I'm going to try to rephrase my question so that hopefully you will understand my nonsense. You know how the Pentium 4 has some kind of requirement for the extra 12v connector? Does the Celeron -D 2.93 Ghz Socket 478 Processor have this requirement also? If it does, do I need to connect both the 20-pin and the 4-pin connectors to the motherboard or just the 4-pin? Another way of putting this is: Will it harm the motherboard if I connect both the 20-pin and 4-pin connectors to the motherboard if only one of the is needed/required?
I hope you can help and understand me.