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“Please power down and connect te PCIe power cable(s) for this graphics card

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Thanks boys it’s fixed I had to connect 2 pcie cables in. I love you all for helping me not kms xxx

What GPU?

Did you connect all GPU power connections properly?

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Looks like your Graphics card is not getting enough power from PSU. Unplug and reply the cables

 

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Well, do what it says.

Turn off the system and connect the PCI-E power cables to the graphics card.

Dafuq is that weird thing you whacked into that adapter?

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3 minutes ago, samcool55 said:

Well, do what it says.

Turn off the system and connect the PCI-E power cables to the graphics card.

Dafuq is that weird thing you whacked into that adapter?

I’m not sure what the pcie is 

 

Tried t

 

3 minutes ago, LukeSavenije said:

then do it. connect the power cables

What ones

 

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Do you have an adequate psu and is there another port for the cable

1 minute ago, samcool55 said:

 

Dafuq is that weird thing you whacked into that adapter?

Looks like a molex to pcie power. Op seems to be running his Gpu of molex

 

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Just now, Ben a cava said:

I’m not sure what the pcie is 

PCI-E power is either 6-pin or 8-pin.

Usually it is a 6-pin connector with a 2-pin one almost stuck to it so you can plug it in either a 6-pin PCI-E connector or an 8-pin PCI-E connector.

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1 minute ago, Ben a cava said:

Gtx 1070 And I have a ryzen 5 2600

 

Then you need to connect the power cables labeled PCIe that have 6 and 8(6+2) pins on them into the GPU, after you power down the system.

You also ONLY use that garbage molex adapter if you absolutely do not have the necessary PCIe power cables.

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Just now, Shreyas1 said:

Do you have an adequate psu and is there another port for the cable

Looks like a molex to pcie power. Op seems to be running his Gpu of molex

But whatever is plugged into that adapter is not a molex plug, they don't have a hook to secure it and whatever is in that has a hook so that's not right.

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1 minute ago, Ben a cava said:

Gtx 1070 And I have a ryzen 5 2600

 

What psu do you have. Also can you send a closer picture of the pc?

 

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I figured it out, remove the adapter and plug in the cable that you connected to the adapter straight into the graphics card.

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Just now, samcool55 said:

But whatever is plugged into that adapter is not a molex plug, they don't have a hook to secure it and whatever is in that has a hook so that's not right.

Huh. So either OP has a bad psu with no pcie power, or he is using some sort of unnecessary adapter

 

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Just now, Shreyas1 said:

Huh. So either OP has a bad psu with no pcie power, or he is using some sort of unnecessary adapter

Yea the adapter is not needed, he needs to plug in that cable straight into the graphics card without the adapter, it's a 6+2 connector so it's fine.

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2 minutes ago, samcool55 said:

I figured it out, remove the adapter and plug in the cable that you connected to the adapter straight into the graphics card.

But that would only populate one of the PCIe power ports on the card. From what I can see in the fuzzy video the one he has is most likely a GPu that needs a 6 and 8 pin cable

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1 minute ago, Shreyas1 said:

What psu do you have. Also can you send a closer picture of the pc?

Gigabyte 650 w 80+ bronze 

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1 minute ago, Ben a cava said:

Does your psu come with a second pcie power cable? If it does, unplug the adapter and use both the pcie power cables to power the gpu

 

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Just now, Lurick said:

But that would only populate one of the PCIe power ports on the card. From what I can see in the fuzzy video the one he has is most likely a 6 and 8 pin

Well it has a daisy-chained 2nd connector to it so it should be fine.

We know that the one connector is a 6+2 and there are 2 cables coming out of it, so there is a 2nd connector, because a 6-pin is enough it's fine if it's not another 6+2 but only a 6-pin.

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CPU: Ryzen 5 2600 @ 3.2Ghz 

Motherboard: MSI B450 Gaming Pro Carbon AC 

RAM: Team Vulcan DDR4 16GB (2x8GB)

GPU: Zoatac Gtx 1070 8GB 

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1 minute ago, Ben a cava said:

Remove all those adapters and use the cable you used to whack into the adapter but whack them straight into the graphics card.

You don't need the adapters. That one cable with connectors will be exactly what you need.

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Thanks boys it’s fixed I had to connect 2 pcie cables in. I love you all for helping me not kms xxx

CPU: Ryzen 5 2600 @ 3.2Ghz 

Motherboard: MSI B450 Gaming Pro Carbon AC 

RAM: Team Vulcan DDR4 16GB (2x8GB)

GPU: Zoatac Gtx 1070 8GB 

Case: CoolerMaster Masterbox Lite 5 RGB

Storage: 2TB Toshiba HDD, 120GB WD Green SSD 

PSUGigabyte P650B 

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Just now, Ben a cava said:

Thanks boys it’s fixed I had to connect 2 pcie cables in. I love you all for helping me not kms xxx

:D love you too and give you cat a nice pat from me!

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