Two power connectors for P4? Tags: CPUs Power Motherboards Last response: July 27, 2003 3:40 AM in CPUs Share Gherkin July 27, 2003 3:33:54 AM I see there's two power connectors on my motherboard, the normal 20 pin one and a 4 pin one that is supposedely for the P4. The instructions aren't very clear, but I think I'm supposed to have both of these plugged in, is this correct? I'm using P4 2.4 GHz and Abit IS7 mobo. More about : power connectors KrazeIke July 27, 2003 3:40:22 AM yes Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Do I need to use the two 4 pin "cpu" power connectors if I'm using a 20pin + 4pin "p4" connector? Forum SolvedMSI GTX 770 with 2 8-pin power connectors, okay to use two separate cords from PSU? Forum SolvedCan I Convert Two 4pin Molex Connectors to 6pin PCIe to power AMD HD7870 Forum Solvedmobo has 3 pin power led header ? psu has only two power led connectors( + , - ) Forum Does the Corsair RM-650 80 Plus Gold Power Supply have two 6 pin pin external power connectors? Forum SolvedPSU for Two Six Pin Power Connectors Forum SolvedWhat voltage is used by radeon 6850 two external power connectors Forum Best way to plug in a gpu with two 8pin power connectors? Forum 7850 supposed to have Two 6 pin power connectors? Forum Asus 6850 two 6pin power supply connectors with 2 inputs each Forum Repost: Graphics card with two power connectors? Forum Do you need two 4-pin power connectors for an E-8500? Forum SolvedPower Supply doesn't have P4 connector. Forum SolvedGraphics card with two sockets. One cable with two connectors, or or 2 cables with one connector? Forum SolvedDoes this PSU (650W) have two 8 pin connectors for GPU? Forum Dell N750P PSU does not have a P4 power connector Forum P4 connector on power supply doesn't match p4 on motherboard Forum Solvedpsu having two 150w 8 pin connectors Forum PC will not power on with p4 connector in Forum Solvedtwo pci connectors to gpu Forum More resources Read discussions in other CPUs categories AMD Intel Intel i5 Intel i7 Phenom Cooling Performance !