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Old 08-01-2005, 11:30 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Can anyone tell me where i can buy a cable that connects to PSU to the Video card.
I dunno if this helps i hope it does i have a video card: sappfire radeon x850 pro, and for the psu i have a antec truecontrol 550
The reason why i need this cable is that the person building my computer accidently broke the cable, i need a new one.
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If it uses a four-pin Molex connector, like the harddrives and CD drives use, you're up a creek.

I'd demand the person building your computer get you a new PSU, and NEVER use him again. It takes a lot of effort to break one of those.
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yea its probably one of those 6 pins correct. unless it comes with an adapter to go with 2 4 pin connectors ur screwed
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