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Will this psu power this mother board?


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t3ddyb3ar21

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This psu

http://www.zipzoomfl...1000#Disclaimer




this motherboard


http://www.zipzoomfl...ductCode=240158
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Yes if you buy a 24 pin adaptor for it, as that motherboard has a 24 pin ATX power connector.

Otherwise, look up PSUs with 24 pin ATX power connectors as standard.
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thanks
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how did you know its a 24 pin support
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how did you know its a 24 pin support


Because if you look at the picture of the motherboard on the Abit site, you can count the number of pins on the ATX connector :tazz:
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lol i donno if ur being sarcastic or not? but thats hard to count hahaha!
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