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  1. Hi, das hat geklappt, vielen Dank noch einmal für die Unterstützung. T.
  2. Cables installed and everything works so far! Thank you for all your help. Would like to buy one additional non splitted PCIe cable.
  3. Thank you so much for the first official Corsair statement clearing the issue expressis verbis. At last I feel safe to use the PCIe cable remorselessly, I hope ...
  4. Vielen Dank für die Aufklärung, lt. dict.cc heißt Legende (Zeichenerklärung) 'key'. Ich habe die Legende auch so verstanden, war mir aber nicht sicher. Ich habe das folgende Kabelkit: https://www.corsair.com/us/en/Categories/Products/Accessories-%7C-Parts/PC-Components/Power-Supplies/premium-individually-sleeved-psu-cable-kit-pro-package-type-4-generation-3-config/p/CP-8920157 Premium Individually Sleeved PSU Cable Kit Pro Package, Type 4 (Generation 3) - Blue/Black Kompatibel mit TYP 4. Aber was heißt nun wieder Type 4 (Generation 3)?
  5. Liebes deutsches Forum, ich hatte gar nicht mehr auf dem Radar, daß es das ja hier gibt. Ich komme im englischen Forum einfach nicht weiter und bekomme keine verbindliche Antwort auf meine Frage. Situation: RTX3080 und SF750 habe ich installiert und läuft. Meine Karte will 3 PCIe Kabel. Derzeit habe ich von der SF750 ein PCIe und ein PCIe splitted angeschlossen. Ich habe noch das Corsair Premium Cable Kit herumliegen. Kann ich ein PCIe Kabel von dem Kit mit der SF750 verwenden und an die RTX3080 anschießen? Bitte schaut einmal im englischen thread, da sind Fotos der Stecker die voneinander abweichen. So sind dort leere Buchsen an verschiedenen Stellen. Die Kompatibilitätsliste habe ich dort mitgepostet, verstehe aber nicht, was sie exakt bedeutet. Über eine versierte Antwort würde mich sehr freuen! Hier der link zum Originalthread: https://forum.corsair.com/v3/showthread.php?t=207309
  6. Thank you for your support, LeDoyen, but before I insert the connector I want to be rock-solid sure my RTX3080 will not get fried.
  7. Thank you for your encouragement. I've still no sufficient answer for this simple question. Why are the connectors which you can see above different and does it have an impact for use? I know the compatibilty guide but do understand the key. So please tell me if is it safe to use the PCIe cable from the 'Corsair Premium PSU Cable Kit' together with the SF750 PSU. https://www.corsair.com/us/en/Categories/Products/Accessories-%7C-Parts/PC-Components/Power-Supplies/premium-individually-sleeved-psu-cable-kit-pro-package-type-4-generation-3-config/p/CP-8920157
  8. Unfortunately I cannot edit my OP from earlier Post. So I've to apologize to open another thread. I've just installed SF750 and RTX3080 and it works fine until now. I own the Corsair Premium PSU Cable Kit and want to use 1 PCIe cable for the third connector of my videocard. I need to know if the SF750 PCIe connectors and the PCIe cables from the 'Corsair Premium PSU Cable Kit' are compatible. If one scrutinizes the pics, the connectors are different. SF750: First connector third jack is empty. Cable Kit: 1 jack is empty.
  9. I still don't get it. My SF750 has 4 PCIe slots. One for CPU. 3 slots free for PCIe. My RTX 3080 needs mandatorily 3 PCIe cables. There a 2 ways to connect: 1.) One PCIe directly in slot one. Next PCIe which is splitted in 2 cables in slot two and three. 2.) 3 different PCIe cables in slot one, two and three. 2 PCIe cables from the package. 1 PCIe cable from the Premium PSU Cable Kit which I have lying around. So does it make any difference and if in which way? Does it suffice chosing the split solution 1.) and are there any advantages in 2.)?
  10. Sorry for opening another thread but I can't find an answer here and I have to prepare my RTX3080 video card change. Thank you for your support and the very helpful link which shows clearly my next SFF Alderlake built needs a stronger SFX PSU. Hopefully there will be SF850+ in future. What my SF750 concerns: I'm not overclocking. My RTX 3080 needs 3 x 8-Pin-PCIe. The SF750 has only 2 PCIe splitting in two connectors. So is there a difference using 1 PCIe and 1 PCIe splitted in two and on the other hand using 3 discrete PCIe cables? I mean do I get more wattage with 3 separate PCIe cables or doesn't it matter. Can I use one of the PCIe cables from the Premium PSU Cable Kit for the SF750? https://www.corsair.com/us/en/Categories/Products/Accessories-%7C-Parts/PC-Components/Power-Supplies/premium-individually-sleeved-psu-cable-kit-pro-package-type-4-generation-3-config/p/CP-8920157
  11. As I've just read SF750 is not working with RTX3080, can please anyone confirm this? Do I have to cancel my SFX project?
  12. https://www.corsair.com/ww/en/psu-cable-compatibility
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