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EPS 6pin Cpu connector on old Be Quiet! PSU ( Dark Power Pro 650W)

So my friend got this old power supply for cheap but we cant find a cable for the cpu at all. We need something like 6pin to 4+4 (8pin) cpu power connector, to power Ryzen system. Does anyone know if its safe to use adapters from pcie to eps for cpu power, or should i just search for the fitting cable?

Here's a pic of a power supply:

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If you have the proper PCI_e cables and you use the PCI_e ports it should supply enough power but I'd be wary about the quality of the adapter.

 

Aside from my personal rule of thumb being not to buy used PSU's I definitely wouldn't buy one if it didn't come with all the cables.

 

If you can Id contact Be Quiet and see if they can sell you the proper cable.

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I have never heard of an adaptor on the PSU side connection, as those are generally proprietary to each manufacturer. Yeah, best bet is to contact Be Quiet themselves.

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11 hours ago, Viktor277 said:

So my friend got this old power supply for cheap

 

 

That was the 1st mistake....

 

What model is it exactly?

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You need a cable for P8.

 

Cheap is for free? Because more than that is too much.

 

The unit is almost 13 years old and far from high-end. Don't use it. I don't think it's working well anymore.

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12 hours ago, Viktor277 said:

So my friend got this old power supply for cheap

That's a 13 year old power supply...

 

https://overclock3d.net/reviews/power_supply/be_quiet_dark_power_pro_650w_atx_psu/3

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While most manufacturers tend to hard-wire the ATX and 4/8-Pin CPU cables into their modular PSU's, Be Quiet! have decided to only hard-wire the 24-Pin ATX connector. This may seem slightly strange at first, but as the unit supports both P4-12v, P8 and EPS 6-Pin (Server style) motherboard connectors it helps to cut down on additional cable clutter.


1 x cable for mainbord ( Dualboard ) EPS 6pin 600mm

 

You want to use the P8 Connector above what you have circled with the matching 8 pin CPU/EPS12V cable that came with the power supply.

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