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New Build. Power Supply lacking?

i am building a new box, mobo is a XFX 750a SLI. With a Athlon 64 X2 5800 proc. With on board sound/video. My power supply is a Power Up 450 watt ATX from tiger direct. This board has two ps inputs. A 24 pin, and a 8 pin 12 v. But my ps does NOT offer the 8 pin. It has a 6 pin, and a 4 pin conector. So, am i hosed with this ps?

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Thankx BUT

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some of my research mentions that some vid cards won't work the best using a adapter?

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use the 4pin CPU power plug

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not the 6pin pci-e plug. if you want to upgrade to a quad core, you should get a power supply with proper eps connectors (either 8pin cpu or dual 4pin cpu plugs).

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NO, this is the duo core

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the quad core, i will be building here in a couple months.

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a 4pin cpu power plug is fine for dual core

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a quad core phenom should use the proper 2x4pin or 8pin power plug(s).

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i also have

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a 6 pin pci-e connecter that will fit in the 8 pin plug on the mobo. Will it matter wich side to side i plug it into? Hope i made my self clear as mud.

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repeat: do not use the 6pin pci-e plug for cpu power

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it won't work.

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did it come with a case?

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did it come with a case? if so, id buy another one

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no

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i bought all the parts from tiger direct, and the case from another dealer.

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