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COME HELP!!!!!!!!... quad core, asus p5k-e, 600 watt, ***NEED HELP PLEASE COME!

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Got it.
Edited by korr2221 - 1/2/09 at 2:27pm
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There should be a 20pin+4pin on the motherboard, then a seperate 4pin or 8pin at a seperate location on the motherboard. Sometimes boards also have a molex or floppy drive power connector on them to add more power for sli/crossfire that are optional.
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thanks.
Edited by korr2221 - 1/2/09 at 2:28pm
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thanks.
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In every core 2 board ive ever had it needs 2x 4 pin connecters bringing it to a total of 8. I dont know exactly what your asking here. A good 600 Watt PSU should cover your rig. Why did you pm me?

Id take pics but im working on getting vista back on. Anyway. You should have a 20+4 pin for the right side of the board. And another 2x4 pins on the left side of the board. If you dont have them you need to get a PSU that does. Thats pretty much how it goes. I wouldnt know if my computer wouldnt work with only 1x4 pin i never wanted to try.
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With regards to your power supply problems, you need a new power supply. Your current PSU will not work as it only has a 20-pin connector. You need a PSU with a 24-pin connector. Your current PSU also only has a single 4-pin 5v (CPU power) connector. Your motherboard might need an 8-pin connector for this.

With regards to your motherboard moving around, make sure sure you always take care when handleing and installing it into the chassis. Also make sure that you have screwed in the appropriate spacers before screwing in the motherboard to keep it grounded from the chassis. If you don;t do this you will simply short the entire system when you try to power it up.


Edited by t4ct1c47 - 5/23/08 at 11:35am
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you can buy a converter to go from 20 to 24 pin

and i run mine with only one 4 pin for the cpu,no problems
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