Ok, so I plan to upgrade to a new motherboarda here soon, my old one RMA'd so I have no choice. Problem is I have an OCz StealthXStream 700W PSU currently, but the power connector for the motherboard is a smaller size than an older 500W PSU I have and says mATX on it. If I buy an ATX board is this common enough connector to be supported or am I out of luck?
The mobo I have in mind is the AsRock 890GX Pro3 ATX AM3+. Do most boards use this connector now or do they use the original ATX size power connector?
NOTE!: It is NOT a StealthXStream 2, but a normal StealthXStream
You should provide details on the PSU connectors. Most are 20 + 4 pin mobos, but some are + 6 or even + 8. The PUS I have has pleanty of connectors for all these configurations of mobos and, I suspect that your PSU does too.
November 13, 2011 11:30:27 PM
um, well i assumed you would do your own research but ihas all those, and im only looking for if the power connector to the mobo is compatible...