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Will a Corsair TX 650w work with a GA-H55M-UD2H

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October 16, 2010 3:25:51 PM

I'm planning to buy the Corsair TX 650w but it doesn't seem to have a 4-pin ATX 12V connector so will this work. Here is the link, please see "Specification" then check under "Internal I/O Connectors" please reply ASAP Thanks

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a c 347 } Memory
October 16, 2010 3:32:24 PM

Welcome to Tom's Forums! :) 

The EPS/ATX12V 8-4 pin splits off to work with the 4-pin, so you're good to go.
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October 16, 2010 4:21:42 PM

jaquith said:
Welcome to Tom's Forums! :) 

The EPS/ATX12V 8-4 pin splits off to work with the 4-pin, so you're good to go.



so when I buy this PSU I could just like break the connector in half?


and also I currently have a iMaster pro 6000 (600 watts) will this work as a substitute for the corsair PSU since it also has a 4 pin connector

this is my planned setup

Gigabyte H55 UD2H
Corsair XMS3 4GB Dual Channel 1333
GTX 460 1GB although not SLI cause the board is Crossfire


thanks for the quick reply anyway
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October 16, 2010 5:24:03 PM

I'm certain it should, but I believe it is a 20-pin so you'll need to get an 24 pin adapter. I cannot find the the "iMaster" site.
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October 17, 2010 1:29:10 AM

jaquith said:
I'm certain it should, but I believe it is a 20-pin so you'll need to get an 24 pin adapter. I cannot find the the "iMaster" site.


dunno why but my old g31 uses a 24 pin connector
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October 17, 2010 8:16:17 AM

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October 20, 2010 3:59:34 PM

FYI, our EPS12v connector is a 4+4 design. It splits into 2 4 pin connectors so that it can be used with boards that require a single 4 pin or a single 8 pin EPS12v connector.

The 24 pin is similar, and is a 20+4 pin design.
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