And it's more user friendly too - a single cable is easier to route through the case. What am I supposed to use here? wire which actually isn't used in 6 pin setup. Wicked Mystic, Nov 9, 2015 #2 (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Share This Page Tweet Log in with Facebook Log in with Google http://phpbbinstallers.net/question-about/question-about-the-x2.html
How do I get rid of the... All of the power comes from one point in the power supply, and goes into one point on each device. ** The way this system works is, many wires (around 16 Is it worth it at this time? 2 minutes ago › [Official] ASUS X99-E WS Owner's thread 2 minutes ago › NVIDIA GTX 1080 Ti Owner's Thread 2 minutes ago › Have SeaSonic M12 SS-700W psu.
Then you can push the wire in while pressing the tab, Then pull the wire out easily. Since there's only three 12V pins, that's overspec for the Minifit Jr. What am I supposed to use here?
AnandTech Forums: Technology, Hardware, Software, and Deals Home Forums > Hardware and Technology > Power Supplies > Overclock.net Join Overclock.net Home Forums News Gaming Reviews Rigbuilder Search My Profile Forgot Password? If half of the EPS12V 8 pin connector on the main board is covered, this is a sure sign that a minimum of the 4 pin is required, but the 8 Considering the fact that it also comes with a single 6+2 cable, it's most likely the latter. #6 Techhog, Dec 17, 2015 lehtv Elite Member Joined: Dec 8, 2010 Messages: Evga solved Is 2x 6-Pin to 8-pin connector hamrfull for psu or gpu?
william pJun 13, 2016, 5:52 PM You could just fold then back and tape them to the cable higher up. 6 Pin To 8 Pin Adapter I am not sure if we have any 8Pin PCIe for your PSU as this unit has been phased out long time ago. If I have an 8 pin CPU connector on the power supply, and an 8 pin CPU power receptacle on the motherboard, I use it. i need clarification, i just got my FTW 1080 today and its my first time to build a PC.
For the CPU power connectors, the 4 pin connector has two 12 volt lines, so it needs 80 watts (6.7 amps) , and the 8 pin adaptor has four 12 volt I don't care weather my CPU needs the much power, or not. Advanced Search Overclock.net›Articles›Gpu And Cpu Power Connections Featured SponsorsSponsor ShowcasesAquatuningFeenixIn WinSound BlasterView MoreSelect OneAquatuningAsusFeenixIn WinSound Blaster Alphabetical Article List # A B C D E F G H I J K Jul 11, 2014 at 6:05 PM #7 ne6togadno Joined: Mar 15, 2013 Messages: 2,374 (1.60/day) Thanks Received: 1,713 Location: GMT +2 System Specs System Name: Red Radiance Processor: fx 8320 Motherboard:
thanks for your post Jul 11, 2014 at 5:23 PM #5 GraveFiller Joined: Dec 13, 2006 Messages: 160 (0.04/day) Thanks Received: 8 Location: hollywood, fla. Homepage It has Four 8 pin connectors and says that each connector handles 150 watts. Please Power Down And Connect The Pcie Can both connectors be used into a GPU (6 pin and 6+2 at the same time) to a 6-pin and 8-pin GPU or should only one of the 2 connectors be 6+2 Pcie There is only one computer in this house and I am the only user.
One 2-way SLI is all that is needed fort 2 cards SLI yes. his comment is here FuturDreamz View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Posts : 381 Windows 10 New 07 Nov 2016 #1 Question about single VGA cable with 6+2-pin and additional 6-pin? Are there pros or cons associated with using two bridges on 2-way SLI? The 6 pin is added 75W for GPU, 8 pin is added 150W for GPU. Cable Mod
I did a lot of research and found conflicting answers. And it's more user friendly too - a single cable is easier to route through the case.Click to expand... In other words, does the 12V molex line that is supplying two 8 pin 12V lines need to be 80W (and the other molex line is 40W) or is it ok http://phpbbinstallers.net/question-about/question-about-the-p1.html Each IDE Molex power plug (coming from the power supply) only has one 12 volt line.
Right now i only have 2 6 pin connectors going to old 8800 gtx video card. The ones you have available to you. Any difference?Welcome to the forums pellewistenNo, they both are fine to use (edit misread the OP statement) If one cable has 8 Pins on one side and 6+2 on the other
A GPU is a “Graphics Processing Unit”, it is located in the video card. Last edited: Nov 9, 2015 SirDeity1234, Nov 9, 2015 #1 Wicked Mystic Big Geek Likes Received: 45 Trophy Points: 28 SirDeity1234 said: ↑ My power supply came with a number of I'd recommend using the 6+2 connector, as the other end is intended to plug into the power supply and the 2 ends are electrically different.Fixed,Thought he had two different cables, the Yes, it is very safe.
I'm curious, if the card interfaces with the motherboard via the PCI-E slot, and the 8-pin connector cable is providing power from the PSU, then what purpose does the remaining 6-pin We are available 24/7 to assist you. #4 peermedia New Member Total Posts : 8 Reward points : 0 Joined: 2014/01/09 09:35:31 Status: offline Ribbons : 0 Re: Question about PCIe Be aware that if the GPU power connectors wattage rating is close to the card's usage wattage rating, that graphics card will have a very limited over-clocking potential.Auxiliary Power Connector Configuration http://phpbbinstallers.net/question-about/question-about-ram.html never connect to your psu cables that are not supplied from your psu manufacturer.
Okay you got exactly what my concern was. It asks me if I want to install the network driver, Intel ProSet and Advanced Network Services.