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Frequently Asked Question

Question: Does this power supply work with my motherboard?

Answer:

Most newer motherboards and video cards require ATX 2.0 power supply connectors. If you have a newer P4 motherboard with PCI Express, you may need to get an ATX 2.0 power supply. Below is a brief explanation of the differing power supply standards. For server motherboards you may need to get a quiet server power supply.

ATX Power Supply Standard Summary

ATX 1.0 12V PSUs included:

  • 20-pin connector (2x10)
  • P4 connector

ATX 1.3 12V PSUs include:

  • 20-pin connector (2x10)
  • 6-pin AUX
  • SATA connector available
  • P4 connector

ATX EPS 12V PSUs (server PSU) include:

  • 24-pin connector (2x12)
  • P4 connector
  • 8-pin (2x4) server connector

ATX 2.0 12V PSUs include:

  • 24-pin connector (2x12) - needed for PCI-Express
  • P4 connector
  • SATA connector standard
  • 6-pin (2x3) PCI-E connector

ATX 2.2 12V PSUs include:

  • 24-pin connector (2x12) - needed for PCI-Express
  • P4 connector
  • SATA connector standard
  • 6-pin (2x3) PCI-E connector
  • Updated power efficiency and requirements

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