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Thread: 4 pin PSU extentender

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    Question 4 pin PSU extentender

    Any ideas where I can get 1 of these?

    http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...oducts_id=4640

    Thanx in advance
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    an extentender ? is that like and extenders extender ?
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    It happens hey, just like your "and" instead of "an"

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    Are you looking for the 20 pin to 24 min converter? If so, I might have some left, but I have to check the price as I cant remember what I paid for t.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mh348 View Post
    Are you looking for the 20 pin to 24 min converter? If so, I might have some left, but I have to check the price as I cant remember what I paid for t.
    If you go to the link he posted you'll see what he wants.

    Or maybe you purposefully wanna sell him something he doesn't need?

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    I was looking for one of the 4pin extension cables a while back. Damn, they are almost impossible to find. I ended up making my own one. I took the 'male' 4pin adapter off a PSU, and got a 'female' adapter off a old motherboard. Soldered everything together - works like a charm.
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    hmm, I cant solder to save my life so that sucks a lil

    @mh348 - Am just looking for a 4 pin extender cause I wanna get a coolermaster 590 case but the PSU is located at the bottom so mine will probably not reach to the cpu

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    I eventually gave up trying to find one locally, and got a standard molex-to-4-pin adapter from Esquire - looks like this:

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    aren't those meant to be for a graphics card? k I'm not clued up on all of this so you'll have to forgive me if I say something completely stupid but arent the power ratings different for that 4 pin that goes into the mboard and that 1 that will be from a standard molex plug?

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    It's the same voltage, 12v. Yellow is 12v and the red is 5v.
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    I thought they carried different amps as well? cause if that works then those are pretty easy to find which is great?

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    No sure about the amps - there shouldn't be any difference as they are from the same 12V rail in most cases. Mine seems to works fine and have had it running 24/7 for the last 3 years... no problems yet...
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