Question about power supply pins and video card Tags: New Build Power Supplies Graphics Cards Computer Systems Last response: December 2, 2011 3:35 AM in Systems Share SSJ December 2, 2011 3:09:03 AM so currently im building my first computer...... and im having a issue connecting my power supply to my video card with a 8 or 6 pin connector i have a evga gtx 560 and 800W silent pro gold psu My issue involves the connectors between the psu and the video card as they dont seem to have the same shape holes (square for example) aligned correctly could anyone help me resolve this issue? Thanks More about : question power supply pins video card Outlander_04 a b ) Power supply a b U Graphics card December 2, 2011 3:35:37 AM a 6 pin pci-e power connector is a unique shape . An 8 pin is almost always a 6 pin with 2 more pins that clip on and those will be on the same cable bundle . Look more closely the connectors are there Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumQuestion about power supply and graphics cards ForumQuestion about power supply and video card for the technically savvy. ForumNeed help regarding power supply pin for new graphics card ForumWIll this video card work with this power supply ? ForumPower supply/video card question ForumQuestions about upgrading HP P6727C Power Supply and Video Card Forum20 to 24 pins using 2 power supplies ForumPower supply and video card upgrade. Please answer! ForumPower Supply Connector/Graphic card question ForumPower Supply question . ForumDoes my power supply have enough connections for this video card ? ForumPower Supply/Video Card Forumquestion about ups voltage for backup power supply ForumQuestion about current Power Supply ForumA question about a power supply and motherboard. ForumPCI compatibility question ForumUsing PCIe risers with a too-long graphics card? ForumWill this power supply suffice? ForumOverseas Computer question ForumPower Supply Help !!!! More resources Read discussions in other Systems categories Homebuilt New Build Prebuilt Cases Power Supplies RAM CyberPower !