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  • Started 3 years ago by hArLtRoN
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hArLtRoN
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I was looking through motherboards and noticed this one has an 8-PIN power connector. Now I'm looking at PSUs, like this one, and it only has a 4-PIN connector.

Could someone explain what I'm missing? I have a feeling its right in front of my face (LOL).

Thanks!

EDIT: I figured it out. It's listed farther down in the PSU description "1 x 12V (4+4Pin EPS/ATX)." I must have read over this part.

Posted 3 years ago
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ronniesonora
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hArLtRon, If your planning on using the Thermaltake TR2 W0070 430W ATX12V v2.3 as your psu, you might want to read this http://www.hardwaresecrets.com.....Review/332

Posted 3 years ago
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hArLtRoN
Posts: 766

I was just using it as an example because it (upon first looking) only had one 4-PIN connector.
Thanks though! Never would have know that.

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