I have a SuperMicro X9DRW-iF motherboard, whose female VGA video connector literally broke off the motherboard whilst I was pushing the video cable into the connector. OK, no worries -- I thought, I took out the motherboard in hopes of just buying a replacement right-angle VGA DB15 connector for soldering into the motherboard.
Well, to my surprise, the motherboard pin layout for the VGA connector (the holes that would accept the male pins from the VGA socket), are not laid out in a standard 3-row pattern...but instead in a 2 row pattern:
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
I have searched high and low on trying to find a female VGA 15 pin socket (right-angle) whose pins that solder to the motherboard are in 2 rows. I also tried searching for a a LAPTOP VGA female socket...but I couldn't find one that accepts 2 rows of pins for soldering. I am confused.
EDIT: The connector looks like this:
Anyone know what kind of 2-row VGA socket this SuperMicro motherboard has?