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is this PSU/s compatible with my motherboard?

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Last response: in Components
October 2, 2013 5:30:33 AM

Im thinking of buying either Antec VP350/450, or Corsair VX450. My current motherboard is Asus P5KPL-AM.

My concern is my mobo has 2 ATX power connectors (24pin EATXPWR, 4pin (2x2) ATX12V) said in the manual. The Antec VP350 has 20+4pin and 1x4+4 pin, said in the website. My mobo is connected in my old power supply with ATX12v 4pin(2x2) and 24 pin EATXPWR. How can i connect the ATX12V and EATXPWR with the new power supply? because the Antec vp350 has 20+4pin in one cable, and has EPS/ATX 4pin but 1x4+4.

Also my mobo is ATX12V specification 2.0, is that compatible with the said PSU?

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October 2, 2013 5:43:18 AM

Yes it is compatible.

For the 24pin connector you use 20+4pin plug.
For the ATX12V you use one half of 4+4 plug.

Plug marked A+B means that it can be split in two parts, each containing A and B pins respectively.