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    I'm going to eliminate those two 2x1 connectors, will be easy. I'll keep you guys posted!

    Oh, how do I add to the Rep power of you two? I tried clicking the small "star" button next to the "Report post" button, but I don't see effect immediately.

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    LOL, if you want to remove the two extra pins I suppose you can but keep in mind that you won't be able to use that PSU if you ever upgrade to a card that needs those two pins.

    Yes you use the star button and you get a popup text box where you can add a comment(optional) and click submit. If you aren't getting the popup you might want to restart your browser or try a different one.
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    Well, since I document all the connectors very carefully, it will be easy to replicate them. No sweat.

    I clicked the star and filled out the small popup, but still no increase in the Rep of the both of you. If I hit it again, another popup says I have to spread Rep first before I can give it to you two guys again. Sorry.

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    No worries it should do it, I see the record in my settings but not yet added under "Rep Power"

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    Quote Originally Posted by ottoyu34 View Post
    For regular usage, you only need to plug in your EPS 8pin power to the EATX12V_1.
    Sorry Tim for posting on your thread. But I have few question for ottoyu...

    For the moment, I'm only going to run 1 GPU w/no overclocking(GTX580). So do I still need to plug in to the EZ_Plug1 & 2??

    Also my PSU has an EPS 8pin power connector & EPS 2x4 power connectors that have the same specs as the 8pin power connector. So should I connect both EPS 2x8pin connectors to both EATX12V_1 and EATX12V _2? Or just EATX12V_1?

    No overclocking at the moment either. That and SLI will be later in the future.

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    You won't need to connect any of the extra connectors. The extra EPS connector is really only needed under EXTREME overclocking scenarios (ie requiring phase change).
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    Quote Originally Posted by xeromist View Post
    You won't need to connect any of the extra connectors. The extra EPS connector is really only needed under EXTREME overclocking scenarios (ie requiring phase change).
    Thank you very much!!

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