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Topic # 240556 13-Sep-2018 13:57
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Anyone who have a spare Sata or Molex to 6/8 pin PCIE adapter and is located in Auckland CBD. Just thought I'd ask here first before resorting to getting one at PB. Am sure there are a few GeekZoners who have a box of unused cables.


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  Reply # 2090169 13-Sep-2018 15:56
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I'm almost positive I have several, but am in Wellington, so depends how quickly you want it.





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  Reply # 2090269 13-Sep-2018 16:59
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Lias:

 

I'm almost positive I have several, but am in Wellington, so depends how quickly you want it.

 

 

Not in a rush. How much are you wanting for them?


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  Reply # 2090275 13-Sep-2018 17:05
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CrashAndBurn:

 

Lias:

 

I'm almost positive I have several, but am in Wellington, so depends how quickly you want it.

 

 

Not in a rush. How much are you wanting for them?

 

 

Had a look, I've got a couple, but they are only Molex to 6pin, not 6/8 pin.

 

If you want them, I can chuck them in next time I send something to our Auckland office and you can just collect them for free?

 

 





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  Reply # 2090620 14-Sep-2018 12:37
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Thanks for those who offered. However I decided to just upgrade the PSU and sell the old one as am not comfortable of running the new GPU on the old PSU.


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