Is my motherboard compatible with my power supply?

Answer yes

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My power supply dosnt work with my motherboard?

Are you plugging in the four-pin CPU connector? are you sure your CPU is a AMD3+ processor? The fact that the "paperclip trick" works doesn't tell you must, except that the power supply will react ... Read More »

What is an auxiliary case power supply connector on a motherboard?

An auxiliary power supply connector on a motherboard draws extra power from the power supply to satisfy the requirements of a high-end processor. Auxiliary power supply connectors have become less ... Read More »

How to Use Your Dell OptiPlex GX150 Motherboard With a New Power Supply?

A Dell OptiPlex GX150 workstation computer requires an internal power supply to run. If the power supply fails over time and needs to be replaced, the procedure is fairly easy and can be done by th... Read More »

How do I Convert an Older PC Power Supply to Use in a Newer Motherboard With a P7 Plug?

If you have just purchased a new P7 motherboard to upgrade your computer, you may be in for a surprise when you learn that the old power supply does not connect to the main board. Newer motherboard... Read More »