I can't find my pci-e on my psu

Hello,
I just got a new gpu and it takes 2 psu slots and my comp came with a 5770 but it was plugged in using a molex adapter and I don't see any stand alone pci-e laying around my psu is 600 watt and sli ready
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  1. If the PSU has PCIe power adapters, they would be a 6 pin or 6+2 pin plug. The 6+2 pin has a break-a-way on the 2 pin, leaving the 6 pins for the GPU. What is the PSU make?
  2. What is the make of your PSU? You should have atleast 1 PCIe connector and then you can use a molex adapter if your GPU requires it
  3. avenseth12 said:
    What is the make of your PSU? You should have atleast 1 PCIe connector and then you can use a molex adapter if your GPU requires it

    Psaz-cp600 worst case I have 1 unused molex and a 4pin floppy could I convert the floppy into a molex then get another adapter
  4. I would just recommend, if you have the funds, to by a more reliable PSU such as this,
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817256071

    It has all the connectors you need even for SLI.
  5. I agree, get a decent PSU.
  6. Yep, I agree, it's never a good idea to plug a super nice video card into a no name cheap PSU. Here's another good choice:

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817139020

    Looks like somehow the link isn't working but I just wanted to point to the Corsair TX-650 version 2.
  7. If that's the case I'm just gonna hold off save to make a brand new build but thank for the psu like I'll probably get one of those for the new one
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