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Old 05-26-2019, 06:19 PM
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Default Sf600 Dual EPS possible?

Hello.
My simple question : Can i use with this Psu pins >
for two cables for my morherboard Cpu plugs (2x 4+4pin EPS 12v) and leave one 8pin for GPU ?

As i can see on the psu itself ,it says: ,,6+2 pin PCIE & 4+4 pin CPU”.

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The connectors on the PSU listed as 6+2 PCIE & 4+4 CPU are where you plug your PCIe cables and your CPU cables into. They are two completely different cables but use the same connector on the PSU end.
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cables are different-i do know that, But question is not about it!
Question: can i connect to SF600 -Two cables for my Cpu (4+4 cables) and One input- leave for Gpu?

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You should be able to so long as you stay within the limits of the PSU itself.
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