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Old 03-01-2006, 08:39 AM   #1 (permalink)
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New system, I bought an Enermax Liberty 620 to go with my P5WD2 Premium MB, The Enermax has C2 - 4+4-pin CPU + 12V AUX power connectors ( 8 pin plug) and the P5WD2 has also a 8 pin CPU plug,
The socket on the MB has a cap over 4 of where the pins go, should I remove the cap and insert the whole 8 pins in there or leave the cap on and just insert the 4 pin 12V plug.

Thanks anyone , Dan
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Are you using EPS? You should use it for dual core. I'm not sure if that board uses EPS though.
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Abbreviation of Encapsulated PostScript. Pronounced as separate letters, EPS is the graphics file format used by the PostScript language.
EPS files can be either binary or ASCII. The term EPS usually implies that the file contains a bit-mapped representation of the graphics for display purposes. In contrast, PostScript files include only the PostScript commands for printing the graphic


Is this what you are talking about???????????
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single core procs use one 4 pin AUX while dual core procs needs more power so it need 8 pin AUX.
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Its a PSU standard:
http://ssiforum.org/Power%20Supplies...pec%20v1.0.pdf
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