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Old 11-13-2019, 04:04 PM
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Default ATX12V connector Gigabyte z390 Designare and Corsair RM1000x

I'm preparing a build and its been a few years since i last built my pc.

Anyways i bought the RM1000x last build and its been rock solid.

I downloaded the manual for the Gigabyte z390 Designare mobo and i see it has
atx12v_2x2 and atx12v 2x4

But the corsair power supply only has the atx 8 pin. so my question is do i just need to connect the Power supply to one of those connectors or do both need to be connected?


***Edit*** i looked at the corsair manual and it appears that there are 2 atx 8 connectors so i believe i can connect both.

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Old 11-13-2019, 06:19 PM
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The 8 pin connectors are actually 4+4. They can be separated for your ATX 4 pin connector.
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