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a friend of mine has a evga 680i with a 4 pin cpu power connector. The board has a 6 or 8 pin solid connector. how would you connect the 4 pin only to this board? Or is it even possible?
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You can connect a 4 pin PSU to the 680i just make sure the pins line up correctly.
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Yes it will plug in no problem and will work fine.
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