But only SF750 Problem. Too small PSU for that Amount of plugs. They wanted to offer 4x 8pin plugs for big SLI support.Unfortunately, all the PCIE cables are the daisy-chained dual 8 pin cables, I really wish there were some single 8 pin cables that came with it like they include in their heavier duty PSUs like the AX1600i. Definitely my biggest problem with this unit.
Stupid question : are sf450/600 cabels compatible with SF750? I assume yes but it's a good question and possible optimisation..But only SF750 Problem. Too small PSU for that Amount of plugs. They wanted to offer 4x 8pin plugs for big SLI support.
SF450 and SF600 have Single 8pin cables.
But If you don‘t use SLI, just get custom cables and get rid of Those Split cables.
https://www.reddit.com/r/sffpc/comments/ac8ika/help_ncase_m1_shutting_downrebooting_randomly/ed6v513/?context=3Don't know, I've used the two separated 8+2 Pin PCIE cable got with the SF600 with the SF750 without problem.
I suggest just read carefully the thread you sent and try to order on paslatecustom, than you will find the answer.Oof. He was making the 750 wire based on the SF600. Why is this so complicated for people to grasp?
I messaged PSlate and he forwarded a couple of pinouts for me to use. Per my messages with him, the Corsair SF PSU's all use Type 4 pinouts.Gold and platinum cables are the same pinouts.
Just SF750 Needs split PCIE-cables.
Maybe someone can create a pinout for it to check.
It would be helpful for custom cable.