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Anotet question the psu has only 2 6 pin connecters.. So they power my current, when I order my 2nd I have 6 pin to moles connectors, would I simply connect these to the free 4 pin molex connectors left from my psu? I have read that you could over volt and there are problems when connecting these connectors to the same rail or something? It says on my psu information that there is only 1 12v rail. Will I have problems?

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no problem at all some worse psu's moght lead to that but good psu's hardly do anything they shouldnt
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Sorry that typing was bad was on my phone.

Basically my psu has 2 6 pin pci express connectors and theyre both in my 6870.

I have 2 x 6 pin to 4 pin molex connectors, so it would be fine to just stick them in my 2nd 6870 and straight into any free molex slots?

My last question is, the 6 pin to 4 pin molex connectors have 2 4 pin molex connectors on them, so do both 4 pin connectors need to be connected on both? That means i would need 4 free molex pin slots to plug it in bit I do not have 4.

Sorry of this sounds very conplicated lol..

Thx
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