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scott452

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Hi,
Really quick question
Thinking of ordering ThermalTake TR2 Value 430W power supply unit
I read in the specifications that the motherboard connector is 20+4 Pin
My motherboard connection has a 20 pin connector
I presume the 20+4 connector will still work with a 20 pin connection??
Thanks for any help

Scott


update: fixed the problem

Edited by scott452, 20 March 2006 - 03:55 PM.

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SRX660

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The Tr2's i ordered have a 24 pin to 20 pin adapter included. The powersupply has the standard 20 pin connector plus a separate 4 pin connector built-in the PS if they are needed.

I don't know about anyone else but i am getting a slightly low +5 volt line on the 2 i have installed on computers. It's only 4.97 volts but it does bother me that i may have to replace them one day if they are upgraded with more powerful hardware. I'm going to try the seasonics PS's next to see if they are any better. it may be that speedfan is not reading them correctly so i am also looking for another program that can read voltages.

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