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If you unplug it, you won't notice a problem, until your 24 pin connector melts.
I would suggest leaving it plugged in. You probably don't need it with just 2 6970s, but it won't ever hurt.
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Originally Posted by Vagrant Storm View Post
right next to the FRONT audio pins on the BACK of the mother board.

I never pluged these cables in, but I've never used more than two GPUs at a time.
I don't pay attention to that lol. I always use dedicated soundcard

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