I have a question about connecting my power supply to my motherboard.
Here's my setup:
Asus P5B Deluxe
Seasonic S12 550W PSU
On my motherboard there's a 24-pin connector, which I have no problems with - there's only one of these things on my PSU, so I'm connecting that one big plug to that one connector.
However, there's this 8-pin EPS connector on the motherboard as well, which by default, has 4 of the pins covered up by some cap. Now my PSU has both a 4-pin 12V AUX connector as well as a 8-pin 12V EPS connector. Can somebody tell me which one am I supposed to connect up to the motherboard and why? Should I connect just the 4-pin 12V AUX, or remove the cap and plug in the 8-pin 12V EPS connector?
Thanks a lot for the help. After connecting the 8-pin instead of the 4-pin 12V, i'm getting weird vCore spikes and cpu temperature spikes, though I'm not sure if it's entirely related to my switching the connectors.