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Power supply compatible with motherboard & graphic card?

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by conormcgregor, Feb 15, 2017.

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  1. conormcgregor

    conormcgregor Thread Starter

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    I just have this question and I'm a bit afraid of what the answer could be.. Okay, so what happens, is that I bought this power supply------>>> https://www.amazon.com/EVGA-100-W1-...205584&sr=1-2&keywords=evga+600w+power+supply

    And I don't know if that power supply has the correct pins connectors for this motherboard------>>>> https://www.amazon.com/ASUS-Z170-A-...F8&qid=1487205688&sr=1-1&keywords=asus+z170-a

    Are the connectors and everything fully compatible? Also, is that power suply has the correct connectors and everything for this graphic card the GTX 1080? I really need an answer, I'm a bit afraid, because i bought the power supply and the motherboard already for my pc gaming built and I can't afford another power supply. But I just don't know, if that motherboard and the power supply are compatible. Thank you!!!
     
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  3. conormcgregor

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    Yeah, I know, the one i bought is 80+ plate. That's why i bought the 80 plus, because I know the power supply is something very important, and that if I buy a cheap one, I could **** up all my components. The one i showed is the EVGA 600w 80 plus plate. Thank you!
     
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