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Then it isn't a standard connector anymore. You just argued against yourself.

Do you seriously believe your own argument? They are not 12v only. It is going to be exactly the same PSU they use in every SFF case. You can look up their pin out online.

I mean no personal offense, but you've somehow managed to fail to understand the basic tenets of the assertions I've put forth. You seem to have no grasp of qualification nor predication. You've also made some patently incorrect assertions of your own in your attempt to correct me. To continue would be to repeat myself with different wording in the hopes that you'd come to understand these mistakes, but connector standards aren't important enough to argue with you about.
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I don't understand the argument? It's just some proprietary(with stand power outputs) connection. Dell uses them all the time. You can either buy an adapter, or splice a 24 pin and make your own. They just combine lines into less pins and have less grounds.
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Then it isn't a standard connector anymore. You just argued against yourself.

Do you seriously believe your own argument? They are not 12v only. It is going to be exactly the same PSU they use in every SFF case. You can look up their pin out online.

I mean no personal offense, but you've somehow managed to fail to understand the basic tenets of the assertions I've put forth. You seem to have no grasp of qualification nor predication. You've also made some patently incorrect assertions of your own in your attempt to correct me. To continue would be to repeat myself with different wording in the hopes that you'd come to understand these mistakes, but connector standards aren't important enough to argue with you about.

*Shrug* Use logic next time I guess. Your reasoning was 100% faulty and showed a lack of understanding of what you need for a system to run, which is why I started with "It's just a proprietary connector", which you soundly ignored.
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I don't understand the argument? It's just some proprietary(with stand power outputs) connection. Dell uses them all the time. You can either buy an adapter, or splice a 24 pin and make your own. They just combine lines into less pins and have less grounds.

Exactly.
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I mean no personal offense, but you've somehow managed to fail to understand the basic tenets of the assertions I've put forth. You seem to have no grasp of qualification nor predication. You've also made some patently incorrect assertions of your own in your attempt to correct me. To continue would be to repeat myself with different wording in the hopes that you'd come to understand these mistakes, but connector standards aren't important enough to argue with you about.

I'm liking this, keep arguing you two.
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I find it much harder to bend a CPU pin and much easier to fix it if it does bend. However, I hate the way AMD secures their CPUs. It pulls out of the socket so easily. Quite a pain when you haven't removed the heatsink in some time.

That's why you should learn how to apply heatsink compound correctly?
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