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Old 04-22-2009, 12:11 PM   #21 (permalink)
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It does have an 8pin...the 295 uses a 6pin and an 8pin. It has cpu 4pin, cpu 8 pin, and pci-e 8 pin. Thew newegg images dont label those for some reason.

And its modular so you can add more cables, just gotta order them from silverstone.

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Yha, the xfx sites cheated and copy/pasted the 260 spec from the 280 specs, so the 260 only needs 2x6pin.

Gonna hack my 900 abit to better wire it too. Add a couple holes to route behind off the psu.

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