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I have te XFX ATI RADEON HD 4870, I want to connect external power to it . I have Dual 4 Pin Molex To 8 Pin PCI-E Graphics Card Power Cable but where to connect this on graphic card , the card does not have a socket for it.
Your Graphics card should have 2-6 Pin Power connections located on the Top Rear of the card. You would need to use an 8 pin to Dual 6-pin adapter cable for the Graphics Card.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Well, since you connected your fan directly to the power supply, you are not getting any feedback thru the graphics card interface. This doesn't mean there is a problem since your fan is running full speed all the time, it is actually better and you should be able to see a difference on the GPU temperature.
If the GPU temperature is still too high and the fan is running at full speed, did you apply a thin coat of thermal paste on the heatsink? if not, there is your problem.
Now just to be clear did you connect the fan to the power supply or to a spare motherboard connector. If you connected to your motherboard, you need to go in the BIOS and change some settings regarding the fan speed (let me know if this is the case and I'll help you further about that.)
Posted on Feb 21, 2008
hi, this site isn't working anymore. (http://www.opendrivers.com/driver/240370/ati-Radeon-graphics-card-driver-cat).
Posted on Apr 02, 2008
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Posted on Apr 09, 2008
You need two pci-e slots. Put the cards in the slots. The cards connect with a crossfire bridge. Then just plug your monitor in and your ready to go. Make sure that you have the software installed and that your chipset supports crossfire. For more info click here.
Posted on Nov 19, 2008
You can but a molex splitter so that you can plug the single molex you have into it and then have two, like a "Y". You will probably have to go online to a company like www.tigerdirect.com, www.newegg.com, or www.circuitcity.com who sell power supplys. I realize that means waiting a few days but the alternative is to either modify your PSU which voids the warranty or buy a different one. The splitter is inexpensive.
Posted on Nov 10, 2009
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