[SOLVED] Is there enough PCIe connectors?

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Suppose I get a Corsair RM750x (2018). My setup won't have a graphics card. Will there be enough PCIe connectors?
 
Somewhere I read that one is used for the CPU.
this is a separate 8pin cable, not the same as the PCIe.
I was thinking that the SSD might need one.
3.5" SATA disks will use a SATA power cable.
M.2 drives will use onboard power.

you should be good.
the PCIe power cables are used to power PCIe devices.
if you're not using a dedicated GPU or other PCIe device needing extra power than you shouldn't need them at all.
even if you add a GPU later you should have plenty of connectors to power it.
 
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Somewhere I read that one is used for the CPU.
this is a separate 8pin cable, not the same as the PCIe.
I was thinking that the SSD might need one.
3.5" SATA disks will use a SATA power cable.
M.2 drives will use onboard power.

you should be good.
the PCIe power cables are used to power PCIe devices.
if you're not using a dedicated GPU or other PCIe device needing extra power than you shouldn't need them at all.
even if you add a GPU later you should have plenty of connectors to power it.
 
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