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  1. Hi everyone. I've just bought a vertical graphics card holder kit (MCA-U00R-KFVK00) and I have a major issue with the computer restarting just after running any 3d consuming application. I want to mention that I'm using the H500P Mesh white (so fully compatible case), inno3d ichill 1080 TI X3, 850 W power supply seasonic platinum certified. I've now removed the holder and riser cable and everything went back to normal... Any suggestions, anything I am missing ? or should I just RMA it ?? Will replacing it with another one work or should I ask for my money back and buy only the holder from CM and the cable from a different company ? Thank you in advance !
  2. Hey, I bought "MasterWatt 550 Watt Semi-fanless Modular 80 PLUS Bronze Certified Power Supply" from amazon, My problem is that it has US type power cable and I'm in Europe where 220V is Standard. In Specifications of my PSU it says that input Voltage range is 100-240V so its okay, but on its cable its written 10A 125V. So my question is, can i use this cable with just an 'US to EU type' adapter(see attached images) into 220V socket safely? Or do i need to get another power cable which supports Voltage up to 220V? Sorry I don't know much about electronics so I'm confused. Thank you!
  3. Hi gentlemen, Following a crash of my computer and I am building another one from spare parts. From the previous one, I would like to re-use my CM power supply RS-520-ASAA-A1 (http://www.coolermaster.com/service/support/model/RS-520-ASAA-A1/) and plug a GTX1080 on it. Unfortunately I lost the 8pins cable which meant to go on it. Do you think I would be able to use this reference PCI-E 6-pin to 2x(6+2)-pin cable with my PSU? http://www.cmstore.eu/spare-parts/power-supply/pci-e-6-pin-to-2x-6-2-pin-modular-flat-cable-free-shipping/ Thank you in advance for your answers B.