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Old 07-01-2008, 01:43 PM
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Default HX series - 4 or 8 pin CPU power connector?

I found this thread (http://www.asktheramguy.com/v3/showt...ower+connector) that said the VX/TX series have 'splittable' cpu power connectors - i.e the 8-pin can split to give a 4-pin.
My motherboard (Asus p5w dh) only has a 4 pin power plug - does the HX series also have this ability?

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The HX520 and HX620 have separate 4 and 8-pin connectors, so you should be fine.
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http://www.corsair.com/products/hx.aspx

The HX620 comes with both the 4-pin and the 8-pin:

http://www.corsair.com/_productmanua...ish_Manual.pdf
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