How much power does an 8 pin connector provide?
the PCI Express power connectors on the graphics card. There are two types of power connectors: 6-pin: this power connector can provide up to 75 watts. 8-pin: this power connector can provide up to 150 watts.
The ATX 4 pin power supply connector is a standard motherboard power connector used to provide +12 VDC to the processor voltage regulator.
- P1 is a label of power cable that connects the power supply to the motherboard. See the ATX style connector definition for further information about this connector.
- A floppy cable is a ribbon cable found in PC's that allow one or more floppy disk drives to be connected to a computer. The floppy channel, FDD header, or floppy connection is where the floppy drive connects to the computer motherboard.
- A loopback plug is a device used to test ports (such as serial, parallel USB and network ports) to identify network and network interface card (NIC) issues. Loopback plug equipment facilitates the testing of simple networking issues and is available at very low costs.
Updated: 20th September 2018