How to connect power to graphics cards

I've already answered it, but some of the replies/posts were deleted, I guess.
I kindly ask moderators to delete duplicate posts that have not been answered... if possible.
So, another try: what graphics card and PSU using?
If the PSU does provide the required PCIe power cables, then there's no need for an adapter.
 
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the PSU provides enough power. However it doesn't have a 6 pin connector, it only has two 4pins. All i want to know is whether i am supposed to connect both 4pins or just one. Because the connector that came with the graphics card has two 4pins on the other end that connects to the PSU.
 

maxalge

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if your current power supply lacks the required cables


you need to buy a new psu


adapters are never recommended on sub par units

 

maxalge

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the question HAS been answered

you need a new psu, using adapters on sup par psu's is asking for it to blow up/burn and take your pc parts with it



now as far as you "building" a custom psu... What are the specs?

Did you modify a unit? If so what make and model?

 

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