[SOLVED] Connection of Corsair RMx750x to Mainboard

hiu

Dec 23, 2021
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I have the Corsair RM750x. It comes with
The cable for the connection to the Motherboard has an 18Pin-ATX + 10Pin ATX on the PSU side (labeled with type 4) and a 24Pin ATX on the Mainboard side.
However, my mainboard only has a 10Pin ATX and there seems to be no other fitting cable in the set of the Corsair RM 750x.
Is there still a way to connect the two parts, or do I need a different PSU?
I am not sure which Motherboard I have. It is a Lenovo Thinkstation P340 with an Intel Core i9-10900K.
 
However, my mainboard only has a 10Pin ATX and there seems to be no other fitting cable in the set of the Corsair RM 750x.
Is there still a way to connect the two parts, or do I need a different PSU?
Your board has proprietary power connector.

You either have to use original Lenovo PSU or
get a specific adapter to convert standard atx connector to Lenovo proprietary 10 pin.

 
However, my mainboard only has a 10Pin ATX and there seems to be no other fitting cable in the set of the Corsair RM 750x.
Is there still a way to connect the two parts, or do I need a different PSU?
Your board has proprietary power connector.

You either have to use original Lenovo PSU or
get a specific adapter to convert standard atx connector to Lenovo proprietary 10 pin.

 

hiu

Dec 23, 2021
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ok, I'll try one of those adapters. Thank you.
@sid: yes, it does not fit but I got a the P340 and a RTX3080 without chance to exchange one of the two and need to make it work somehow. No PSU I found fit into the case, so I'll see if I at least can get it running.
 

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