Why do you assume that there is such a thing as a "standard" header? Why do you assume that everyone automatically knows what you mean by "standard header" (post #1)? In this country, JST is known more for its metric components, while my guess is that your are in fact referring to an English header (0.100 pitch).Why do you assume everyone know what the current limitations of a header pin is just because you do?
and here lies the problem!Indeed, I'm looking at my motherboard now and I see 3 different headers.
I think this was the point when it went downhill. Your reply was grossly disproportionate to any offense you could of taken from what was a legitimate reply to your vague description. If you take such extreme offence to that then any internet forum is probably not the place for you. I've asked a fair few silly questions before and sometimes it's an obvious answer (and embarrassing) but I got over it. Bertus sums it up pretty well in his signature.This is my favorite "all about circuits" reply!
"read the datahsheet"
Don't you think if i had found the answer in a data sheet i would not be asking?
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