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hehe thanks pc nerd i saw that last nite ok one more question. this 4-6-4 connector (i belive thats what it is called) If i plug it into my graphics card and then into my PS, wouldn't I have one cable left? or do I plug both into the PS ? thnaks
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Even 9600xt to 6800GT was a huge bump in performance so your eyeballs gotta bounce out while riding the 6800GS after crapy 5200
Going from a 5200 to a 9600XT was a huge bump in performance for me lol.
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Hey sorry to bring this thread up again but I still don't get the 4-6-4 pin thing. I figured out part of it but everything. I plug in the 6 Pin into the Video Card, then I go and plug in the regular 4 pin to the Power Supply, what do I do with the left over 4 pin???
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Hey sorry to bring this thread up again but I still don't get the 4-6-4 pin thing. I figured out part of it but everything. I plug in the 6 Pin into the Video Card, then I go and plug in the regular 4 pin to the Power Supply, what do I do with the left over 4 pin???
The left over 4 pin connector is for plugging in something else that might need power. You know so you will always have an open one.
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oh so basically its made that it doesn't take a way a 4 pin molex??? if thats so it explains alot and is smart hehe
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6pin head to the card,one 4pin for 1 psu string and other 4pin for 2nd psu string so basically you plug both 4pins to psu but on different strings.Thats how my 6800gt works.
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