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    Default How do i adapt Dell H750p-00 into atx?

    Hello guys o do own an amazing Dell H750p-00 power supply and it does have amazing power!!! how can i adapt it to power on my desktop? the 24 pin plug fits the mobo, the 20 pin i think i should just leave it as is without conection, and i was thinking about buy an molex adapter to 4 pin and plug it into cpu conector....is this ok? or is there any trick to turn it on??? tnks

    Oh i forgot to say my mobo is an Asus H61m LX3 R2 1155
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    One of our members, c_hegge, has one of these PSUs and he just popped out all of the pins and put them back in the ATX connector in the standard fashion.

    If you're not up to that... Just get a standard PSU.

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    Hum got it and if i only ignore the 20 pin conector and use the rest should everything work? do i have any risk to fry my mobo? yeah im up to this but need to know if its secure

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    Actually... looking at his review here:

    http://www.hardwareinsights.com/wp/d...50p-00-review/

    It looks like the 24-pin, PCIe, SATA and Molex are standard.

    The 20-pin is used in lieu of standard 4-pin or 8-pin power connectors for CPU power.

    So you could take the +12V and ground off of that 20-pin connector and make your own CPU power and be good to go.

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    Nice to hear that !! tnks alot dear jonny keep rocking!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonnyGURU View Post
    One of our members, c_hegge, has one of these PSUs and he just popped out all of the pins and put them back in the ATX connector in the standard fashion.

    If you're not up to that... Just get a standard PSU.
    Ive got news! Just done all of it, got an broken psu and cutted its strips and soldered into the right atx default into the dell psu....works great!

    Let me ask u, is this normal this psu makes a loud treble noise? it gets louder when i do play something with the 270x....is this ok?

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    Search for "coil whine" on Google/Youtube.
    Best, Luca

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    Quote Originally Posted by quest for silence View Post
    Search for "coil whine" on Google/Youtube.
    Hum found it and got it, so what im going to do is to close my case and make sure it kills that annoying noise.....the coil whine i have here is very very loud and i hope its not some defective capacitor.

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    Well the mod went flawlessly and i do love this power supply!! this is very very strong!!! Worth the trouble, specially when a corsair with 800w costs 1000 R$ in brazil!!! Amazing! tnks guys

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    Quote Originally Posted by edneyhelene View Post
    Well the mod went flawlessly and i do love this power supply!! this is very very strong!!! Worth the trouble, specially when a corsair with 800w costs 1000 R$ in brazil!!! Amazing! tnks guys
    That's pretty crazy considering Corsair hasn't made an 800W PSU in a number of years!

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