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Old 02-09-2013, 02:26 PM   #1
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Hi;

Just building a new rig and have installed all of the parts. Just before I powered up I had a look at the Mobo Manual and noticed that as well as the standard 24 PIN ATX Power Connector the Mobo has a separate ATX 12v Power Connector. Problem is my new PSU doesn't have any?!?!?!?!

The case is an Antec Fusion and the previously fitted PSU had a 12v ATX connector. My new PSU is a Corsair CMPSU-500CXV2UK Builder Series CX500V2 - 80 Plus Certified Power Supply. The motherboard is an AS Rock FM2A75M-DGS.

What can I do, are there 12v ATX Molex adaptors?
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Old 02-09-2013, 02:34 PM   #2
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Hello,

Post the complete specs of your PC. Motherboard-CPU-Memory-Graphics card

The Power Supply has the required connections: (see red below)
1 x Main connector (20+4Pin)
1 x 4+4 Pin EPS 12V
2 x PCI-E
5 x SATA
4 x Peripheral
1 x Floppy
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Just checked the box and it says that this PSU has 1 x EPS/ATX12V Cable 8 Pin. Just too a look and it is actually 2 x ATX 12v connectors clipped together so it just comes apart...........DOH!!! Sorry Post Closed. P.S. Be Aware the SATA Power Connectors on this have a very thin plastic shroud around the connector pins and one of them snapped off when I tried to fit it. What doesn't help it is that all of the cables have a lot of heat shrink and mesh around them which does not make them very pliable, this puts a lot of pressure on the connectors adding to the problem!!
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We must have been replying at the same time. Thanks.
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