Im building my own pc soon. I just wondered if my PSU needs a PCI-E connector to go into the graphics card. Or if you just have a connector that powers various bits on the Motherboard. My gpu is a Radeon 7750.
Only the highly overclocked models require a 6pin connector. 7770 uses twice as much power so it does need a 6pin connector.
All modern psu's have at least one 6pin connector. If yours doesn't, you just use the molex adaptor that comes with the video card (if the card requires a 6pin)
Ok i did some research and please disapprove/approve. So radeon 7750 does not need a connector going directly into it from the PSU. The psu has a 20+4 pin connector, that goes into the motherboard. 20 of these pins will just go into the motherboard and do whatever. But the other 4 are used to power the Radeon 7750 (Graphics Card) Am i correct?