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Old 06-22-05, 05:21 PM Thread Starter   #1

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DFI NF3(939) psu question

Just got my new DFI board and was installing it when I noticed my new PSU is a 24 pin cable while the DFI board requires a 20 pin cable.

Anyone know how safe it is to use a 20 pin adapter for this board?

edit; NM, found you can unclip the extra 4 pins on the cable. Hopefully I will have my system up and running in 2 hours.

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