Akasa PCI Express Power Cable Adapter 4 pin to 6 pin
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Product Overview Ideal for people that want to use their high-quality older generation power supplies for todays latest graphics cards, this cable converts 2 4 PIN Molex connections into 1 6 pin PCI-E power connection. Please note, for stability purposes, it is best practise to use a molex connection from 2 seperate rails.
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Akasa PCI Express 4 Molex Pin to 6 Pin Power cable adaptor (AK-CB4-6) is rated out of 5 by 1.
Rated 5 out of 5 by TheOneAndOnlySbm from Bought the wrong one, though it's still useful! I bought this because the GPU power connectors on my PSU had extra parts that were causing bad cable management, and my Video Card came with two molex-to-6-pin cables so I thought this would be perfect. It turns out all of the molex connectors are "male", however with two "double-female" molex adapters this would work fine!
Date published: 2013-11-25
Questions & Answers
Power for msi gtx 1050 graphics card
Hi, I have bought one of your CIT defender case with psu but there is no 6 pin connector for the graphics card. Can this be used or can you recommend a suitable replacement psu? Thanks in advance
Hello, This would be fine to use as a replacement cable. Regards,
Date published: 2017-04-05
Is the Molex connector male or female?
Both of the connectors from the PSU are male.
Date published: 2015-07-17