Dual 24pin Adapter Cable Dual PSU Ready Cryptocurrency/Mining Connect 2 PSU's to one
Silverstone PP10 Dual 24pin Adapter Cable Dual PSU Ready Cryptocurrency/Mining Connect 2 PSU's to one Motherboard
By DPD On 22nd Aug 2019
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SilverStone’s PP10 high-quality cable includes dual 24pin female and single 24pin male connectors for enthusiasts to build mining, gaming, multi-graphics card, or any systems requiring two power supplies.
It connects easily to any two power supplies for simultaneous starting and usage off of a single motherboard.
• Enables connecting and starting two power supply units to a single motherboard.
• Dual 24pin female + single 24pin male connectors. Features Specification
• Connectors: Female 24pin x 2, Male 24pin (20+4) x 1
• Length 500+150mm
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