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Hi,
now that i'm looking for a new psu....i've seen that they make no more psu with IDE cables...the question is..how can i connect those cables to my computer???

The psu i currently have...has alot of ide cable..and i'm using like 3 things with ide ( HARD DRIVE to motherboard... Floppy Drive...Cd drive.)

sorry for my english!

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Originally Posted by Skullzaflare
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psu's dont come with ide cables period. the ide cable has nothing to do with the psu

edit-do you mean the 4pin connectors?

aww for real. ...than that means i will still be using ide cables loll?
 

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Originally Posted by PigLetPInk View Post
LOLL i opened again my case..and it's true..ide cables are not connected with the powersupply..
lol?? the only cable to a hard drive from a power supply are molex and sata power cables



Molex



Sata



Molex to sata (oooo fancy!)
 

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Rofl Lol
 

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...Dont laugh at him people..he simply didnt know...so no ide cables dont come from the psu, they just connect the dvd drives and hard drives to the motherboard, the only thing they come with to do with drives and hard drives are molex connectors.
 

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Originally Posted by badreligion156 View Post
its not like anyone of you never asked a stupid question... we all started from somewhere. but no there are no IDE cable on a psu.
If we didn't laugh at new guys then the world would be dull.
Besides if we don't laugh we would probably ignore him and he wouldn't get an answer.
 

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Strange thing is that he has been using computers from at least 2005 and has 1,015 posts and 88 Reps.
 
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