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Old 09-12-2017, 04:53 PM
Antoru76 Antoru76 is offline
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Default Corsair RM750i compatibility x370 Motherboard

Hi All ,

My first post and I would like already thanks more experienced users that might help me out .

I'm building from an LGA1155 to an AMD x370 and I would love to re-use my RM750i , but on the ROG that I would like to purchase (Hero VI), I see an 8+4 CPU power connector and I'm not sure if I can use my PSU cabling " out of the box" or if there is a Corsair spare part as adapter (apparently I could not found it) , or simply will work as it is now (default cabling).

GPU will be a VEGA

I'm planning moderate CPU OC (Ryzen 1700x) with Corsair DDR4 3200 and I'm not sure if this ROG might be a good fit for my Corsair PSU (which I'm proud of) .

Thanks in advance to help me out guys !


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Old 09-12-2017, 06:43 PM
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The RM750i comes with a pair of 4+4 (8-Pin) EPS cables. So take a second EPS cable and split it in half easily, then plug it into the 4-pin connector on the motherboard. No additional parts are required.
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Old 09-13-2017, 02:23 AM
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Many thanks Corsair Blake !!
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