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Will this work for a 24 pin motherboard?

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Tyreal

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Jun 5, 2005
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you can use that convertor. my friend is using one. Im not sure if it will decrease performance on the rails since hes not hardcore like any of us but i know you can.
 

stang8118

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May 28, 2004
Not many people here look kindly at the 20>24 pin converter. It has been known to cause power issues and causing alot of problems with your motherboard. Some mobo companies won't even offer you tech support/repair if you use one. IMO i would just spend the $70 and pick up a bluestorm or something.
 
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jonspd

jonspd

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Cool thank's that's what I wanted to hear I guess or not my wallet's getting flatter the closer it get's to X-mas.
 

rseven

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You can get a good deal on the Fortron 500 watt at Actbuy.com$79.50 shipped) or eWiz($71.50 plus shipping and the 550 watt is $10 more).
 

3DFlyer

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Dogonnit! I told somebody those units were 70 at Ewiz and now I can't remember what thread it was. They were 80. I could've sworn that deal was 70.

Can you say oooops? 3D messed up. :rolleyes:
 

rseven

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3DFlyer said:
Dogonnit! I told somebody those units were 70 at Ewiz and now I can't remember what thread it was. They were 80. I could've sworn that deal was 70.

Can you say oooops? 3D messed up. :rolleyes:
LOL...I mess up on a daily basis. The day I don't, will be because I croaked the day before. :D