Okay, so I screwed the pooch on a new computer. I'm building a compact computer for my family as a Christmas gift, and I assumed that since I was using a mATX motherboard it'd use a 20-pin connector. Yeah, stupid on my part for ordering without checking. Anyway, so I'd rather not wait the week for a 20-to-24 pin adapter to get here (especially because I won't be able to check if everything's in working order until it gets here), so I was wondering--exactly WHAT is the difference? I mean, if they can make an adapter with just a few extra wires, is it possible to make my own? Or jury-rig one temporarily to get the thing booted up and see if everything works?