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Hi, I'm building a new workstation, with an ASUS X299 motherboard which has EATX12V_1 type connections and I bought a V1200 TITANIUM power supply, but the power supply has different connection pins than the motherboard. It is the first computer that I build alone, with these features and I have doubts that my power supply was the one I need...? Thanks!! Hector
Hello I am about to purchase a PSU, but I want to know if this v1200 platinum PSU would work for me, I have 3 GPU Cards (https://www.asus.com/us/Graphics-Cards/ROG-STRIX-GTX1080TI-11G-GAMING/) which requires two x 8 PCI-E PINs connector. but from the Back side of this PSU I can see the PCI-E has only 6 PINs. Is there any way and power capacity that this PSU support those PCI-E with 8 PINs ? 3 GPU Cards, each requires 2 x 8 PINs (PCI-E connectors)
NightStrix Hey guys, ASUS asked me if I would like to build a PC involving one of their new Strix series of products, and I enthusiastically accepted. So I'm here with a new project called "NightStrix." This will be a scratch build, and will feature the new Strix R9 280 graphics card, as well as a 1200w power supply and Nepton 280 AIO cooler from Cooler Master. Components to be used so far: ASUS Maximus VII Hero Motherboard Intel i7 4790k proc 16Gb DDR3 ADATA Memory ASUS Strix R9 280 Video Card 4x 128Gb ADATA SSD Coolermaster v1200 Power Supply Coolermaster Nepton AIO CPU Cooler Kobra Maxcord sleeving from Primochill Here is the concept art, with difference viewing angles.. I'll be posting more pics as I accumulate all the pieces for the build. Thanks to ASUS and Coolermaster for giving me this great opportunity to continue doing what I love most. Cheers!