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XFX pro 750w black edition cabling question

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This is going to be tough to explain but I will try....

I was wondering on the XFX pro 750 the 12v 6+2 pin video card cables are split, in other words there are 2X connections on one psu wire. Can I connect both of them to one video card? (they are spit in such a way it looks to be set up for cross fire or SLI) or would I need to use the 2X separate cables using one 6+2 pin connector from each cable instead of both from the one wire?

This is what I am talking about there are 2X of these cables supplied
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It's just +12 V and GND wires. You can plug them in however you want, to different cards or the same one.
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As I recall, that XFX is a single-rail unit. As such, all the power comes from the same source and it really doesn't matter which cable it comes from or goes to.
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As I recall, that XFX is a single-rail unit. As such, all the power comes from the same source and it really doesn't matter which cable it comes from or goes to.

OK that is good I will just use the one cable then...going to make cable management that much easier biggrin.gif
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