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Hey Citizens, As the title says, I'm not sure about something. It is probably a noob thing, sorry. My conundrum: My power supply (Corsair RM1000x) comes with 2x 8pin to 8pin cables, both labeled CPU. I'm no genius, but I assume these aren't for PCIE devices. All the 'type 4' PCIE cables that came with the PSU are 8pin to 2x 6+2pin connections... I don't have any 8pin to 8pin connectors other than the one extra labeled 'CPU' and I don't have any 8pin to 1x 6+2 cables, they all have double connectors on the far end. So... When my GTX 1070 arrives tomorrow which receives 2x 8pin connectors, am I to plug in TWO of these 8pin to 2x 6+2 cables and leave one of the 6+2s dangling off of each OR will one of these cables with both connectors in the GPU provide enough power to it? I'm assuming it's just the one cable, being a quality PSU and all.... and if not... that doesn't make any sense.... why are they all Y splitters!? Thanks for your time! Bryce
So my old and trusty psu has an issue....the fan stopped working after 6 years...(i have a PC Power and Cooling silencer 750w quad) Most probaly i will replace the fan and give to a friend of mine. So i am considering the option to buy a new psu The candidates are: Silencer® MK III 750w - Can't find it in CZ Super Flower Leadex Gold 650W - one store only has it Seasonic G-750 REVOLUTION87+ 850W any suggestions Some more info regarding my Desktop PC CPU: i5-4590 GPU: SAPPHIRE TOXIC R9 280X 3GB MOBO: GA-Z97-HD3 Ram: 2x Corsair Vegeance 8gb 1600 cl9 SSD: Samsung 840 128gb HDD: Seagate Baracuda 500gb