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ROG 550g Power supply cables question

Hello,

I've got a ROG 550g power supply for my ROG B365-G motherboard. the MB connection on the psu has a 20+10 pin (the cable has the same pins too) and the motherboard end has 24 pins.

Should I attach both 20 and 10 pins to the psu or just the 20 pins one?

Thanks

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2 minutes ago, Siaamak said:

Should I attach both 20 and 10 pins to the psu or just the 20 pins one?

18+10, and yes. You need both the 18pin and 10pin connector plugged in to the power supply. The other side of the cable will be a 24pin connector which plugs in to the motherboard.

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6 minutes ago, Spotty said:

18+10, and yes. You need both the 18pin and 10pin connector plugged in to the power supply. The other side of the cable will be a 24pin connector which plugs in to the motherboard.

Oh you are right 18+10.

Thanks for your reply

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