No power cpu Tags: Homebuilt Power Supplies CPUs Power Systems Last response: October 8, 2010 1:40 AM in Systems Share Anonymous a b B Homebuilt system a b ) Power supply a b à CPUs October 8, 2010 1:37:37 AM what is the commonly reason why CPU don't have a power supply? More about : power cpu Shadow703793 a b B Homebuilt system a b ) Power supply a b à CPUs October 8, 2010 1:40:25 AM WTF? The CPU DOES use the PSU. If you take a look at a modern PSU, you'll notice that there is a 4(or 8) pin CPU connector. So yeah, the CPU needs a PSU. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedJust built a PC and it will not power on. When I push the power button, the CPU cooler fan begins to spin for just an instant Forum SolvedComputer only remains on without 4 pin power cable for CPU Forum Solvedcpu power question Forum Solvedhow to connect 4pin cpu power connector with Corsair VS550 550 Watt PSU Forum SolvedNo power to the CPU fan Forum Solvedit's good power supply:Corsair 750W RM if my vga HD 7990 CPU: i7 4790k Forum Solvedwill i have enough power? will my cpu handle my future upgrade? Forum SolvedWill 4 or 6 pins work for my 8 pin CPU power connector? Forum Solvedcan this power my cpu? Forum SolvedHow Much Power is Enough to Run a 780ti? (Also, what CPU won't be a bottleneck) Forum Solvedno cpu fan spin, no power, no psu fan spin Forum SolvedDo cpu power supplies go bad if never used Forum SolvedCPU fan power plug stuck in motherboard Forum SolvedWhat do i need for arma 3? GPU power or CPU Forum SolvedCan a faulty CPU effect power consumption? Forum SolvedEquivalent paperclip test for 8-pin CPU power cable? Forum SolvedCPU TDP does not explain actual power consumption? Forum SolvedCan I use "CPU OPT" to power my top case fan? Additional fan questions inside... Forum SolvedWhich cpu i should take? Power savings etc Forum SolvedIs my CPU using too much power? Please help! Forum More resources Read discussions in other Systems categories Homebuilt New Build Prebuilt Cases Power Supplies RAM CyberPower !