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EP-9NPA+Ultra and 20pin ATX

 
 
Dennis Gordon
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      09-22-2005, 05:19 AM
Hi everyone...

I'm considering purchasing an EP-9NPA+Ultra to run an X2 build. I have an
Enermax EG651P-VE 550W PSU that has a 20 pin ATX connector. I've ordered a
20-24 pin adapter. Are there any issues with this board and a 20 pin ATX
power line? Thanks...



 
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yocky
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      10-07-2005, 08:18 AM
I had to test this board with an old 20 pin connector and it fired up
fine. I was only going as far as BIOS so it wasn't an extensive test.

Don't forget you need a PSU with a aquare 4 pin as well as a 20/24 pin
ATX connector.

 
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Dennis Gordon
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      10-07-2005, 12:06 PM
I assembled the machine last week using the 20-24 adapter. Runs very well.
I'd been concerned because of some posts about certain DFI boards and their
need for "native" 24 pin power, but my concerns were unfounded...;-)


"yocky" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
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> I had to test this board with an old 20 pin connector and it fired up
> fine. I was only going as far as BIOS so it wasn't an extensive test.
>
> Don't forget you need a PSU with a aquare 4 pin as well as a 20/24 pin
> ATX connector.
>



 
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