Power supply cables and their uses
Power supplies are shipped with a variety of cables with different connectors to power system components. Here below, you can find a short description of each of them. Please follow this link (Insert link on how to plug DC cables to PSU) to find out more information about how to use your DC cables with your power supply.
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ATX 24-pin Cable
The CPU cable is to power the processor. Depending on the motherboard, the cable can either have 4 pin, 8 pin, or sometimes a mix of 4- and 8 pin connectors. Please refer to your motherboard’s User Manual for more information.
PCIe cables are made to power graphics cards. Some cards require only the 6 pin or the 6+2 pin connection, while others need more than one PCIe connectors to be powered properly. Please refer to our website article Installation remark for high power consumption graphics cards to find out more.