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Thread: 9800pro Power Connector?

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    Hi, I recently got a great deal on a 9800 pro but it came without any accessories...including the power connector. Where can I get one of these? I found one on ATI website, but they are charging $12.99 + Shipping.

    Are there anywhere I could get one of these cables for cheaper?

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    Any Radio shack type store should be able to help you or a computer store, minor detail . Probably cheaper too.
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    Do you know what the cable is called? I don't even know what it's called and I'm not sure most people at radio shack would even know what a 9800pro is
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Elmo
    Do you know what the cable is called? I don't even know what it's called and I'm not sure most people at radio shack would even know what a 9800pro is
    Its a moldex connecter I think ? And they'll know what you mean .
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    You will probably have a spare power connector in your pc, so check before you go out and buy one. It is about an inch across, has one red, two black and one yellow wires and round pins, unlike the smaller "floppy" power connector which is about half an inch across and has sockets rather than pins.

    In the unlikely event that they are all used, you need a "splitter", which you should be able to get from any reasonable computer store. The name (in case you need it) is molex, but that is simply the name of the company who first made it.
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