I'm wrapping up the assembly portion of my first (workstation) pc build. The last thing I have to figure out is how I'm supposed to connect my Quadro 4000 video card to the PSU. the card comes with a six-pin connector that splits into two four pin connectors. Right now I just attached those two four-pin branches to a single PSU cord that has daisy-chained four-pin connectors. Not sure if that's right though.
Or should I just forgo the included nVidia cord and attach the card with one of the PCI-E connectors that came with my PSU?
My PSU has a 6-pin (actually 8-pin with 2 pins optional) PCI-E connector that would fit on the Quadro. Being a newbie, I just wasn't sure if nVidia gave me that splitter for a reason or if I should just abandon it and just use my PSU's PCI-E connector. nVidia's documentation has been less-than helpful... but that's been par for the course for most components.