No idea if this is even worth posting in MR, or if Im in the right subtopic, but everyone here is always been good to me when Ive got odd hardware or software questions, figure its worth a shot here. Im trying to build a simple PCB circuit which inserts itself into a 20-pin ATX connector on a motherboard. I do not want to use an ATX wire harness to cut down on space. As you can see in this image of the PICOPSU, the PSU itself has a female ATX connector soldered to the PCB (the yellow tips). Yet I can not for the life of me find this yellow tipped piece for my own PCB projects. Ive been able to find the male end for putting onto a PCB so you can insert something like the PICO into your board, but what if I wanted to insert the board into the ATX motherboard connection? Maybe the name escapes me or the type of connector...but I am pretty sure what I need is a female 20 pin PCB connector. And I am doing this to eliminate the need for long bulky 20 wire ATX connectors, so that is not a suggestion I can use. Anyone heard of such a thing? The PICO uses it, so it does exist!