s1rrah Posted January 31, 2013 Share Posted January 31, 2013 Hi ... I'm currently using a Corsair 850AX with the following build: 2700K @ 5GHZ (24/7) GTX 670 4GB @ 1250mhz (that's the main power pulls, anyway) ... I am considering going SLI by adding a second GTX 670 4GB and I would at the same time be adding a new Corsair 1200AX to replace the 850AX as I'm pretty sure that would be the safest route power wise ... But what I'm curious about and because I really don't want to unroute all my existing power supply cables, is if I can simply unplug the power cables from the main 850AX block (for video card, hard drives, DVD drives, etc.) and then just place the new 1200AX block in place of the 850AX block and simply plug the same cables into the ports of the new 1200AX?? I mean, are the two PSU's compatible in that regard? Does the 1200AX PSU use the same (female) ports on the main block as the 800AX? This would make the upgrade a whole lot more painless as I wouldn't have to destroy my cable management that is already in place. Thanks for any information ... best ... .joel Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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