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EVGA E-Geforce 9600 GT


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civiccrazy

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I just purchased a EVGA E-Geforce 9600 GT video card. I was wondering where do i plug in the PCI-E video card power adapter? I have a GIGABYTE GA-P35-DS3L motherboard.

Any help is greatly appreciated.
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Neil Jones

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Normally a six pin block on the side of the card. The card may come with a 6 pin adaptor that you can connect to your power supply if it doesn't have one already.
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So it connects to the card and the power supply? It does not connect to the motherboard anywhere?
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It connects to the motherboard through the PCIe slot. It takes it's power from the power supply.
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