The Nvidia GeForce GTX 980 Ti is an upmarket desktop graphics card with a TDP of 250 watts and 6GB of GDDR5 video memory. But when it comes to SLI, it requires a power supply minimum of 850 watts or greater. In this article, you’ll know about the power supply for the 980 Ti SLI graphics card in detail. 1. Power Supply Wattage Here, a power supply converts the … [Read more...] about Power Supply for 980 Ti SLI | What Watts of PSU Should be Used?
One of the things that puzzle any pc builder is the number of devices that will run in your system. And to power them up, you will need a good Power Supply Unit (PSU). This mainly depends on how much power your device truly needs. Which brings us to the question should you get a 750-watt or an 850-watt PSU? Let's put them both side by side as 750 vs 850-watt … [Read more...] about 750 vs 850 Watt PSU | Which One Is the Best?
You can plug a 2-pin to 4-pin fan adapter as the 3rd and 4th wires are for measuring and controlling fan speed. Get a 2-pin to the 4-pin adapter or a 2-pin to 3-pin one and just plug the 3-pin one for a simpler solution. 2 Pin to 4 Pin Fan Adapter 2 pin fans are the oldest and most simple PC fans as only two wires come acting as the positive and the negative(or the … [Read more...] about 2 Pin to 4 Pin Fan Adapter | How Do I Connect?
A 2 Molex to 8 pin adapter serves the purpose of powering components, most likely GPUs, with existing Molex connections on a PSU (Power Supply Unit). So, if you’ve recently bought a new graphics card with 8-pin PCI power connections, your old PSU can still power it. However, there have been several reports regarding such adapters failing, presumably due to the constraints of … [Read more...] about 2 Molex to 8 Pin Adapter | Powering to the Hardware Components
A 2-pin fan can run on a 3-pin header by making sure the right connection between the supply line and the ground connection. 2 Pin Fan to 3 Pin Header If you’re wondering whether running a 3-pin fan on a 2-pin connector is possible or not, the answer is yes. The objective of the third pin on a fan header is 'sense', and its job is to see how fast a fan is spinning. So … [Read more...] about 2 Pin Fan to 3 Pin Header | Can I Plug?