Now I'm only days from receiving my first hardware set-up for my very first computer build, but now only days from my actual building session I'm having a hard time on figuring out how to connect the ''CPU-power connector/-s'' into the right ''8-pin slot''!?
They are all the same, so you can plug it into any one of the four. They key the pins so that you cant put the wrong one in the wrong slot, but it looks like all four match which make sense since both PCI-E and CPU power connectors are just a few 12V lines and a few grounds
You said that I could plug them into ''any one of the four''; I then actually noticed that if you would turn the remaining 4 ''8-pin slots'' upside down you could actually fit the very same cable into them as well.
Now if that's the case, then I should be able to plug the ''CPU-power connector'' into any of those 8x ''8-pins slots''; right?
Great response from everyone, still I feel that it's my duty to contact Corsair myself, if no one knows for sure!?
I dont have one, wish i did, but cannot justify the expense of upgrading my PSU for no reason.
Since its a single rail unit you dont need to worry about spreading the load, it all comes from a single source so you dont need to worry about drawing too much from one rail and causing it to shut down. Since they didnt mark things for specific cables if it fits, they set up the wiring on the cable right so that it will work properly.