If I rember the board has a extra set of PINs for a AUX LED , Don't know if that will work the way you want but it's wort a try. It also depends on your case some are designed for two LEDs Some aren't.
Yep, you're right. I just searched through the mobo guide PDF and verified that the "alternate LED header" switches from "green" to "amber" when it goes into sleep mode. Unfortunately, my case doesn't have an extra LED available, but since my chassis has LED lit fans, I think I'll just hook my "on" led to the "sleep" led pins, so when the computer is "awake" the power LED will be off, but all of my fans will be glowing, and then when it goes to sleep, the power LED will come on.
Thanks for the help!
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Go to your local computer shop and but a universal LED , Drill a hole and RTV it in place Bingo you have two LEDs.
Good idea. I could probably even find a bi-color, three-pin LED to replace the existing one as well, and might not even need to drill any holes!