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i_panayotov

8+4 pin motherboard but PSU has only 8 pin.

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Hello,

I have a problem. I recently bought a PC with RTX 2060 super Aorus and intel core i7-9700k my PSU is cougar and is 650watts and Aorus z390 pro. The PCU has only 8 pin CPU connector, but the board has 8+4 is it possible to reach 5GHz on all cores with only 8 pins and if not, could I use one PCI Express cable?

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8 pins for 5ghz is fine. The extra 4 would be for extreme cooling and overclocking for extra current. You dont need it.

The PCIE power will not fit the 4 pin cpu orientation so best not to try it. You chance frying the board.


 

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You will be fine without the extra 4 pin. You can't use a PCIe connector


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49 minutes ago, i_panayotov said:

Thanks a lot! And also is the PSU too leak in wattage?

Nope. Just fine.


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