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I'm just curious if someone could send me in the right direction... I'm buying THIS video card and according to a few of the user reviews, it lacks a 6 pin PCI-e VGA power plug... can someone please help me find one on newegg? I don't want to order the wrong one.


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If you don't have a PCI-e VGA power plug from your power supply, then you'll need an adaptor cable. However, those cables require two drive power connectors to power. Do you have two extra drive connectors?

Here, is just the cable.
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I honestly have no idea. Here is my power supply, maybe you can tell me? Thanks for the help...
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Fan speed controller, full cable UV green Sleeves, 2.0mm aluminum casting; 1x 20/24pin Main Power, 1x ATX12V 4pin, 8x Peripheral, 2x Floppy, 2x SATA

Nope, it doesn't. You'll need an adapter.
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