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Author Topic: 24 pin y splitter v/s 24 Pin 20+4 Secondary Dual PSU ATX Power Supply Adaptor  (Read 2860 times)
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January 29, 2014, 12:26:19 AM
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What is the difference between this two cables?

24 pin y splitter:



24 Pin 20+4 Secondary Dual PSU ATX Power Supply Adaptor


I'm risking burning out my mobo if I install them wrong? Or arrange cables arround wrong? (Of course yes, distribute the load is obvious but, any other important things to notice?)
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January 29, 2014, 12:36:45 AM
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Look at the head of the cabels, the two first allow you to use 1 PSU and splitt it so it can power 2 MB.

The third one does the opposite, it allows 2 PSU to be connected to 1 MB
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Ok I'm tired I didn't notice that. Thanks!
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