24 pin ATX power connector in mobo, 19 pin in PSU

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urielsd Posted: Tue, May 13 2008 2:41 PM

Hi! I have a mobo with 24 pin ATX power connector and the cable from the PSU has only 19 pins. Is there a way to use this PSU for this mobo, or i should buy a new PSU? Thanks

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 19 pins intresting what socket is it?

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SqUiD267 replied on Thu, May 15 2008 5:36 PM

 I didn't even know there power adapters, I would have thought you were screwed!

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