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Old 01-31-2014, 02:32 PM   #1
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Hello everyone! I have just recently 'finished' building my first pc, when I realised there was a loose cable from my PSU I didn't recognise. I searched for where it should go, only to find that the specific socket was out of reach for my cable! This cable is called the ATX 12v 8pin (2x4).
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get a cable extension.
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Sorry, the second post was an accident!!
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There are several available at newegg, such as this one: OKGEAR ATX-8P-EX 12" ATX 8 Pin Extension Cable - Newegg.com
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There are several available at newegg, such as this one: OKGEAR ATX-8P-EX 12" ATX 8 Pin Extension Cable - Newegg.com
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