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    Default PSU Modular Cables with dual 6+2 and capacitors

    I am looking for dual 6+2 cables but the EVGA G2 1300w only has 8pin 4xcables + 6+2 2xcables since i a video card i am using needs 8+8 (6+2)+(6+2) i wonder if i can use a cable from corsair (http://www.corsair.com/en-us/premium...-3-white-black) or some alternative which has capacitors on them and dual 6+2 power connectors
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    No you can't use a Corsair cable for a EVGA PSU, that can kill you hardware. But I don't understand your problem. A EVGA SuperNOVA G2 1300W can power a lot of high-end graphics cards without any problem.

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    The card it will use requires using dual 6+2 and there arent enough 6+2 cables only 6pin remaining, so what cable could it use that work for the psu, i wonde rif the capacitor will make any difference overall

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    How about you tell us the exact models of the cards you're using first, perhaps you're missing something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Orion View Post
    How about you tell us the exact models of the cards you're using first, perhaps you're missing something.
    290 trix oc,only 1 as 6+8pin(ref design)

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    I don't see any problem. Your PSU has enough power connectors to power four high-end graphics cards like yours. The PSU is intended for four high-end graphics cards.

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    well that the other are 8+8pin

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    I still don't understand what you think will be the problem.

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