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Old 1st February, 2008, 09:22 PM
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Originally Posted by Gizmo View Post
AFAIK, that connector is there basically to provide extra power if you run an SLI configuration. As long as you aren't going to be doing that, you should be fine.
Well it's the ATX12V1 connector i'm "worried" about, which from the online manual:
"ATX12V1: ATX 12V 8-Pin Power Connector
This connector supplies power to CPU. The system will not start without connecting power to
this one."

It's the same as my current 4-pin (P4) cpu connection.

There is ATX4P1 on the board as well which is a standard molex connection:
"ATX4P1: Auxiliary 12V Power Connector
This connector provides an auxiliary power source for devices added on PCI Express slots."

Should i just connect the PSU's P4 to pin 1 on the ATX12V1 (EPS 8-pin 12V i presume)?
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