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If you have one solid 8 pin connector? You can use a hacksaw and cut the 8 pin molex into two 4 pin connectors. then plug in one block of 4.


that worked. thank you a lot....i think I love you.
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Check out cyberguys for a 8-pin to 4-pin converter. I looked briefly through their site and I did find a 4-pin molex to 4-pin motherboard connector that would solve you problem, and without a hacksaw. Cyberguys have a lot of odd converters that are hard to find.
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