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AX860i Question

Zam

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Hey there,

I recently bought an AX860i and plan on installing it, and I'm also currently using a GTX560ti GPU.

Now, my current PSU is non modular, so using a modular one is new for me. My biggest concern is this - My GPU uses two six pin slots to power it, pretty standard. The cable for the AX860i is 6+2 on both ends. So, while 6 + 6 go into the GPU, how many do I plug into the PSU? 6 + 6 or 8 + 8?

Thanks in advance.
 

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6+2 on both ends? Odd...I wonder if they did that so you did not have to worry about how the cables are plugged in.


Plug in all pins on the PSU side.
 
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Plug in all 8 on the PSU side. I'm reasonably sure it's split on both ends so it doesn't matter which way one orients the cable.