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    conector eps 8 pines de mother

    hola chicos, queria saber si es necesario tener el conector de 8 pines para hacer funcionar el mother o con el de 4 funca bien?
    el mother es un 970a ud3 gygabyte
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    He leído bien o usted quiere colocar un conector 4pin en lugar del conector predeterminado "EPS 8pin"?
    Puede que funcione o bien puede que no, te arriesgas a quemar la motherboard. "Le recomiendo NO HACERLO".

    4 pin ATX +12V in EPS12V connector, NO HACERLO!


    You can plug a 4 pin 12 volt power cable into an8 pin EPS motherboard connector but there's no guarantee that it will work. If the motherboard expects only one 12 volt rail then a 4 pin 12 volt cable may work. If the motherboard expects two 12 volt rails (many dual CPU motherboards require one 12 volt rail per CPU) then it won't work. Even if the motherboard works with a 4 pin 12 volt cable, you are still only providing half of the current carrying capacity which would be provided by an 8 pin EPS cable. That can overheat both the motherboard connector and 4 pin cable. Scorched or melted connectors can be a result. A motherboard which has the 8 pin EPS connector expects a lot of current and you are taking a serious risk by plugging in a 4 pin cable. The 4 pin cable only fits at one end of the 8 pin EPS motherboard connector so you can't plug it in improperly. That is, it only fits into one end of the motherboard connector unless you force it. If the cable doesn't go into the socket easily then you're probably trying to plug it into the wrong end. But then again, it's not a good idea to try to run with a 4 pin cable in an 8 pin motherboard anyway.

    Debe poner el conector EPS 8pin / EPS12V.



    This cable was originally created for workstations to provide 12 volts to power multiple CPUs. But as time has passed many CPUs require more 12 volt power and the 8 pin 12 volt cable is often used instead of a 4 pin 12 volt cable. Depending on the power supply, the connector may contain one 12 volt rail in all 8 pins or two 12 volt rails taking up 4 pins apiece. It is often refered to as an "EPS12V" cable.
    The 8 pin 12 volt cable is polarized so it can only be plugged into the 8 pin motherboard connector correctly. If you look carefully at the picture above you can see that four of the pins are square and the other four have rounded corners. The motherboard connectors also have the same square and rounded arrangement so the power cable only fits in one way. At least that's true unless you try really hard to force it into the connector. With enough force you can sometimes get a cable with a small number of pins into a connector which doesn't match. The 8 pin cable has enough pins that it's pretty hard to insert it in the wrong direction but determined people might be able to do it. If you look carefully you can also see that the square and rounded pattern matches various positions on other motherboard connectors like the 20 pin main power connector and 24 pin main power connector. You should only plug the 8 pin 12 volt cable into the motherboard connector where it belongs unless you enjoy the smell of fried electronics.
    You can also plug an 8 pin 12 volt cable into a 4 pin 12 volt motherboard connector. I don't have a picture of this one but it looks similar to this. Four of the pins on the 8 pin cable fit into the motherboard connector and the other four pins hang off the end. The 8 pin cable only fits into one end of the 4 pin motherboard connector unless you try hard to force it into the wrong position. The 8 pin cable is electrically compatible but it may not fit into a 4 pin motherboard. There is often a component which blocks the area where the 4 pins would hang off the end. And sometimes the plastic end of the 4 pin connector is too thick to fit between the pins of the 8 pin cable.
    Make sure that you don't try to plug an 8 pin 12 volt cable into the 8 Pin PCI Express power connector on a video card. The two cables look very similar so it's easy to get the two confused. 8 Pin PCI Express power cablesare usually labeled to distinguish them from 8 pin 12 volt cables. The PCI Express cable usually has "PCI-E" printed on the connector. If there are no labels then you can usually use wire colors to tell the two kinds of cables apart. An 8 pin 12 volt cable has yellow wires on the same side as the connector clip. An 8 Pin PCI Express cable has black wires on the clip side. The two power cables are also keyed differently so you can't plug one kind of power cable into the other kind of connector. But as with this kind of connector, you can sometimes force the wrong kind of cable into a connector if you push hard enough. Make sure you have the right kind of cable before plugging it in. The two are definitely not compatible with each other.

    NO CONFUNDAS EL CONECTOR EPS12V con el PCI 8pin!



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    Si no vbas a hacer OC, es muy factible que funcione lo mas bien, lo hicimos varias veces acá.
    Nolan, no creo que esté confundiendo el conector, sencillamente pregunta si con el de 4 pines alcanza, no estamos mezclando el el ATX de 4 pines de los 20+4, es el otro ATX 12V, que encaja perfecto en un "medio" conector EPS 8 pines.
    ¿Que micro vas a usar? Nosotros casi siempre usamos Athlons de no mas de 95W, asi que no necesitabamos más poder para hacerlo funcionar.
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    sin OC no vas a tener problemas calculo

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    Tengo el Phenom II desbloqueado a x4 con 1.47V a 3.7GHz, si vas a hacer OC también va a funcionar (Tengo 4-pin nomás por el mother que es así)

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    Hola chicos gracias x sus comentarios.Lo que pasa que tengo una fuente cooler master 600 pero no trae el de 8 pines x eso queria poner el de 4 a ver que onda.El micro es un fx6300. La verdad nolan33 me asustaste, pero no consigo un adaptador de molex a 8 pines o algo parecido.
    Salu2

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    no pasa nada ponele el de 4 nomas. si te fijas con un tester estan pueteados la masa y los vivos.


 

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