ATX Power Question

Discussion in 'A+ Certification' started by SBFan2000, Sep 3, 2005.

  1. SBFan2000

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    Ok, I ordered a power supply without realizing that it was a v2.0 supply
    with the 24 pin MB connection. I have a 20pin MB with the 6pin AUX power
    connection. I have found the 20pin to 24 pin adapter but is there an
    adapter that with not only convert the number of pins but also give me the
    6pin AUX connection?

    Glenn



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