Ya you have to have a psu that has a 24 pin connector. My DFI manuel said not to use an adapter, that you could damage your board and void the warranty.
****, that sucks
my mobo is not DFI, i dont know if this applies for DFI only, but my computer came finished built with a 24 to 20 pin converter... when i got my new PSU, that had a 20 pin connecter plus a little 4 connecter on the side that you just put in next to the 20 if you got a 24 pin mobo, but the point is that the converter was stuck! i really couldnt get it off (and yes i was holding the clip in ^^), so i just use 24 pins in my converter... I dont know how the hell those can damage a mobo? What difference will it make? Anyone know an answer? ^^
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