What is 24 pin EATX power?
The ATX 24-pin power supply connector is the standard motherboard power connector in computers today. The connector itself is a Molex 39-01-2240 connector, often called a Molex Mini-fit Jr.
What is an ATX 12V extension power cable used for?
The ATXP4EXT 4 Pin P4 CPU Power Extension Cable Cable extends the reach of your ATX12V power supply CPU power connector by 8in, making it easier to make the necessary power connection without having to “stretch” the CPU power connector from the power supply.
Do you need 4 pin cpu power connector?
4 pin is for extra stability when overclocking etc. It is not necessary to use the additional 4 pin connector if you’re not pushing the board or CPU too hard. Basic everyday computing and gaming won’t require it.
What is the function of 20 24 pins ATX power cable?
An ATX style connector is a replacement for the older P8 and P9 AT style connector. It is one of the largest connectors inside a computer. It connects a power supply to an ATX style motherboard. As shown in the picture, the 20-pin cable is a multi-color cable and may be labeled as P1.
Can I use a 8 pin in a 4 pin motherboard?
Our power supply units (PSUs) use an 8-pin EPS12v CPU cable that can be split into two 4-pin connectors. If you want to connect our PSU into a 4-pin EPS motherboard port, simply pull the two halves of the connector apart and connect one half into the motherboard port.
Do I need to connect eatx12v_2 as well?
But do I need to connect EATX12V_2 (the second one) as well? Or is that just for extreme overclocking? And yes manual says to ensure to connect both 8-pin power plugs. important bits in the manual on every new motherboard. Thou I maybe use
Does the ATX power connection have just one plug in?
The ATX power connection has just one of them plugged in? (the 24-pin and one of the 12V 8-pin connectors from what I can tell). Anyway, I have both 12V 8-pin power connections plugged in and it POST’ed on the first shot!
Do I have to use both 12V 8-pin power connections?
The ATX power connection has just one of them plugged in? (the 24-pin and one of the 12V 8-pin connectors from what I can tell). Anyway, I have both 12V 8-pin power connections plugged in and it POST’ed on the first shot! Go me! It is a good idea to use both. You dont *have* to use both…