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No spare molex power plugs for sound card in imedia s3810

Dont ave any molex spare with this can i power from the motherboard

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    beanosp Feb 12, 2012

    psu does not come with spare molex sockets so cant power up a better sound card


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No problem!

Use an adapter power cable, and have two 4-pin standard Peripheral power cables.

NOW, I hope your Power Supply will handle the additional load.
(It should. You just have to try it, and see)

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