How can i know wich motherboard POST or won't with this PSU ?
I m planning to use it with a gigabyte 1080 Mini so i am looking for an 8pin EPS to 8pin pci-e adapter. Did someone have any suggestion ? I found this on overtek site but they are not for sale now : https://www.overtek.co.uk/collections/power-supply-accessories/products/eps12v-to-dual-pci-e-adapter
i found this too : https://www.moddiy.com/products/Bit...-6%2b2pin-Splitter-Cable.html?setCurrencyId=3
Test it or ask the manufacturer. Not much else you can do.
Both seem like they would do the job perfectly. It adds cable clutter but is the easiest solution. However, doesn't the GB 1080 Mini have an 8pin connector?
There's the 850 watt, huh, huh. FSP said they can manufacture it, but I'm not sure what the MOQ is.Thanks. In the end it was all pretty much for nothing, though. Maybe this effort helped build up the hype that some companies are now trying to capitalise on with consumer FlexATX units, but we'll never know.
Ifreilicht I am very interested in finding a flex atx to power a ryzen 7 1700 and a 1080ti what are my options?
For information : I just tried this unit with Asus ROG Strix z370-I Gaming and it POST. -12v rail is not needed for this mobo. Hope this help