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GTX 660 Ti Power Supply Question

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Last response: in Graphics & Displays
December 31, 2012 12:14:15 AM

I recently got a GTX 660 Ti and I was wanting to make sure that i put in the right 6 Pin Power Inputs into it so that I don't mess up the card. I have four graphics cards inputs and Im not sure which pair of two would be best to use with the card.

Pair 1:
P3 - 6-pin Graphics Card (+12VE 6A)
P4 - 6-pin Graphics Card (+12VE 6A)

Pair 2:
P15 - 6-pin Graphics Card (+12VB 10A)
P16 - 6-pin Graphics Card (+12VC 10A)

They are both part of a standard 1KW Dell PSU from an XPS720. Which one of the two paris would be better to use?

Also Sorry if i posted this elsewhere, I didn't notice the NVIDIA forum until now and I thought it would make more sense to post here.

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December 31, 2012 1:41:57 AM

It doesn't matter.
Pair 2 is rated for more power so go ahead and use P15 and P16 if you wish, but computer SPECS work in such a way that if your PSU has 6-pin outputs they will supply the needed power for your card.