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Old 07-22-2018, 10:28 PM
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Hey guys i have a z370 killer sli motherbaord a corsair kcas-750gm power supply, a 1080ti 11gb graphgics card, 1 hard drive and 2 fans. Im wanting to buy the 3 fan rgb corasir fan pack and the commander pro, the only thing i am stuck on is where do i plug the sata cable in im not sure if i have enough room on my mother board as my sata connections are being use on the motherboard i think. I little to nothing about computers but am trying to learn. So basically the question is, where do i plug the sata cable for commander pro on my motherboard or power supply. Please help ive looked every where.

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The SATA cable for the Commander Pro (CoPro) should go to your power supply, not your motherboard. You should have SATA power connections to spare. It will be the 15-pin connector described here: https://www.lifewire.com/sata-15-pin...pinout-2624584. And the CoPro does use all 3 rails (3.3V, 5V and 12V).
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