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24 pin to 14 pin

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phact2

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Having purchased a new graphics card for a Lenovo Thinkcentre I realised that I needed a PCI-E power supply.  So I bought a Thermaltake TR2 Gold 500W.

I now discover that the Lenovo motherboard accepts a 14 pin ATX connection.

 

Can I use the 14 leftmost pins?  they do fit.



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Hello,

 

You would need to get an adapter cable to convert the 24-pin to 14-pin since you are using a Lenovo/ThinkServer motherboard.

 

Pin outs are different if I remember correctly.


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Hello,

 

You would need to get an adapter cable to convert the 24-pin to 14-pin since you are using a Lenovo/ThinkServer motherboard.

 

Pin outs are different if I remember correctly.

I  have ordered an adapter cable from ModDIY.  I will post my progress when it arrives.







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