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So then use a molex adapter.

Would that be achieved by molex to dual molex adapter + dual molex to six pin adapter?
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Just a dual molex to 6 pin.
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Just a dual molex to 6 pin.

This PSU only has 1 molex. Am I missing something?
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This PSU only has 1 molex. Am I missing something?

You'd use two standard Molex connectors on your PSU's "string" of them, and connect them to an adapter with a PCIe output.
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You'd use two standard Molex connectors on your PSU's "string" of them, and connect them to an adapter with a PCIe output.

Ooh. I didn't know it came with a string, but thought it was just ONE connector. Oh well, I'll just get it the next time it comes under $20!
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Welp, looked up some pictures outside of Corsair.com and Newegg.com and saw that the molex string does indeed have more than 1 connection. Went ahead and ordered another one for $20 shipped.
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Just bought a GTX 570 for $75 to pair with this psu. Now I just need my $20 case to come in and voila! whole 2nd PC with spare parts + $115! Will update with how it handles the 570 at stock voltage in case anyone else is wondering what the CX430 can handle.
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