Hello,\n\nASRock's motherboard 939A790GMH mentions the following in the quick\ninstallation guide/manual:\n\nPage 23:\n\nSystem Panel Header:\nO O O O\nO O O O O - dummy\n| |\nGND RESET#\n\nAntec 1200's reset switch connector has a brown and a white cable.\n\nI have some question about this:\n\n1. What is "RESET#" ? (I can understand "ground" but "RESET#" ???)\n\n2. How does a reset switch work ? Does it "cut power" ? Does it make all the\nelectricity flow away via ground or something ?\n\n3. How to connect the reset switch ? Should the brown wire go to GND or vice\nversa ?\n\nI also have a theory how the motherboard might get damage if it's not\ngrounded:\n\nThe gnd cables and/or the reset switch somehow makes it possible for the\nchasis voltage and low ampere to briefly flow back into the motherboard,\nthis probably weakens the electronics, if this is done often enough\nmotherboard death would occur, therefore it would be best to ground the PC\nso this can't happen ?!?\n\n4. Last question, is this theory possible ? ;)\n\nBye,\nSkybuck.