Akasa AK-CBPW09-40BK FLEXA VGA Power Extension Cable

40cm Akasa FLEXA 8pin VGA Power Extension Cable, 8pin female to 8pin (splits 6+2) male power Braided Black

Scan code: LN39186 Manufacturer code: AK-CBPW09-40BK Request call
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Product Overview 40cm VGA power extension cable. 8-pin female to 8-pin (Splits 6+2) male power for both 8-pin and 6-pin VGA cards. Features • 8-pin female to 8-pin (Splits 6+2) male connectors.
• Black mesh sleeve.

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Can I use this with the Be Quiet be quiet! L8 630W/CM

I looking to add a 2nd Graphic card to by build, a HD7970 and I'm using the be quiet! L8 630W/CM in my Silverstone Raven RV03 case. The current cable to my card is already a very tight fit and I'm worried the supplied cable alone wont fit so I'm looking for a good extension cable.
Asked by: BalborValis
No this cable is not going to help your current issue. The be quiet! L8 630W/CM only provides 2 PCIe Power outputs you will need 4 as your cards each require two individually (an 8 pin and a 6 pin). I would suggest a more capable PSU of higher wattage with the correct number of PCIe outputs, in your case four. For example with no particular preference the Powercool PC750UM or another which is 700W+ is what you will need.
Answered by: NorBdelta
Date published: 2015-07-17
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