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I've finally gotten the time to fix a PSU that I bought. Basically I'm replacing all of the pins on the 24-pin mobo connector. I've been browsing the internet for a really long time looking for the best deal, and the best I could come up with was if I bought from performance-pcs.com . I've found two different products: one is clearly labeled "for the ATX Motherboard connector that connects from the PSU to the motherboard", while the other is "for the P4 connector that connects from the PSU to the P4 motherboard". The second one, for 40 pins (which is the number that I want, just in case I do something stupid again) ends up being slightly cheaper. Are these the same pin?

First one:
http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...oducts_id=1418

Second one:
http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...oducts_id=1414
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I would get the second, as I also had a similar problem and fixed it in that way.
    
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Cool, thanks for the reply. Yeah I did a load of surfing and finally got to acryan's website, which basically says that they're the same thing. Guess I'm going with the cheaper one, since it's cheaper.
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