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connecting 12v led strip to EVGA 1000p2 okay?

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Got two 12v 4mm narrow led light strips at Krist customs. Is it okay to connect them to the 1000p2? They both connect by one molex.
It has resistors but uneasy as to what power ratings or whatever are. don't want to burn them or the LEDs up.
PS. Krist customs website doesn't say resistors power rating. Not sure if I'm giving it the right name but think you all understand what I'm trying to say? 😁
Edited by silentLightning - 4/28/17 at 12:19am
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LED strips have that part designed already. Don't worry about the power rating since the makers already figured it out. You just have to worry about giving it a 12V supply that has enough of a maximum current rating and the 12V rail of your psu will supply more than enough. It'll be fine to hook them up.
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LED strips have that part designed already. Don't worry about the power rating since the makers already figured it out. You just have to worry about giving it a 12V supply that has enough of a maximum current rating and the 12V rail of your psu will supply more than enough. It'll be fine to hook them up.

Oh okay I see, you cleared it up quite a bit for me thank you.
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