ThermalTake 15cm Dual 24pin Adapter Cable for Dual PSU/Power Supplies
15cm Thermaltake Dual 24-pin to 24-pin PSU Adapter Cable, 2x Female to 1x Male, Cryptocurrency/Mining/Gaming
By DPD On 29th Jan
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Thermaltake Dual 24Pin Adapter Cable Connect
The new Thermaltake dual PSU 24pin adapter cable comes with high quality connectors to connect two power supply units to a single motherboard, enabling the addition of a second power supply unit.
Connect Two PSU to Give One Big Output!
The Dual 24pin adapter cable is easily connected to two power supply units simultaneously. When the user requires higher wattage from their PSU they can keep their existing unit (rather than replacing it) and connect an additional unit to meet their power requirements.
Perfect for Cryptocurrency Mining Builds
Dual 24Pin adapter cable is perfect for Cryptocurrency mining builds and next generation gaming. It allows high current to power multiple graphic cards.
• Support Extreme multi-GPU Configurations.
• Additional switch/PCB not Required.
• 150mm Length Cable.
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