|01 Jul 2014||#1|
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How to correctly connect the GPU via PSU?
My new GTX 770 crashes when I'm starting a game. I think that the GTX 770 isn't receiving enough power as it should.
I got a new CX750M, there are two PCI-E slots in the power supply, I used only one slot (6+2pin & 6+2pin) to connect the GPU. Is this correct?
My GTX 770 came with a Dual 6-Pin PCI Express to 8-Pin PCI Express Power Adapter. Do I have to use this power cable to connect to the second slot in the power supply? I have tried this already but the GTX 770 crashes when starting a game.
Im thinking the GTX 770 isn't getting enough power? The CX750M has 62amps on the rail
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