Please give it a look here are its power connectors
1 x 20+4 pins Main Connector
1 x 4+4 pins ATX 12V/EPS 12V Connector
2 x 6+2 pins PCI-E Connectors
6 x 5 pins SATA Connectors
3 x 4 pins Peripheral Connector
1 x 4 pins Floppy Connector
Can this run my GTX 560TI???
I chose this because it is an amazing price to pay in my opinion for a (really good) 630W PSU!
Also when it says "2 x 6+2 pins PCI-E Connectors" Does this mean 2 6 pins and in can be turned into 1 6 pin and 1 8 pin but doesnt have to be? Basically for the GTX 560 TI i need 2 6 pins, is this what the PSU says it comes with?
Also do i need any other specific connectors for my Computer, that are not here?
It'll work, and yes that is what it means with the PCI-E connectors.
However, I suggest going with a more premium brand. Honestly, you don't want to be cheap with a PSU. If you look at the feedback, 17% are very very negative reviews. Look for reviews that have less than 15% (or better yet, 10% or 5%) 1 egg feedback.
No, that's a Chokemax PSU, undoubtedly not good for what is on its label. The little voltage switch gives it away as an older, inefficient design too (the new Antec VP-series is a notable exception). Seasonic, Antec, Corsair, XFX, or Enermax/LEPA would be my recommended choices. New Rosewill (Capstone and Hive) are also good.
July 6, 2012 10:27:00 AM
(and looks kick ass!)
what will really look kick ass is when it blows up and takes down your whole system in a blaze of glory.
but i'll admit that you figured out
Does this mean 2 6 pins and in can be turned into 1 6 pin and 1 8 pin but doesnt have to be?
and that gives me hope that you have the sense to get a better PSU. now what cpu you have is also a concern to know what PSU will suffice.