StarTech.com (0.15m) PCI Express Power Splitter Cable

CCL Code: CAB1497
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Manufacturer Code: PCIEXSPLIT6
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Manufacturer: StarTech.com

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The PCIEXSPLIT6 PCI Express power splitter cable (6-pin to 6-pin) lets you connect a single (standard) 6-pin PCI Express power connection provided by the computer power supply to two nVidia SLI or ATI CrossfireX video cards that require a 6-pin power connection. A cost-saving solution, this PCIe 6-pin to dual 6-pin power cable eliminates the expense of upgrading a computer power supply for the sake of compatibility with dual video card systems.

Main Features

  • Adds two extra PCIe graphics power connectors
  • Compatible with nVidia SLI and ATI CrossfireX gaming/video cards
  • Easily split a 6-pin PCI Express connector into two 6-pin PCI Express connectors

Electrical

Connector Connector A: 1 x 6-pin PCIe Power Male • Connector B: 2 x 6-pin PCIe Power Female
Cable length 0.2 m

Physical

Form Factor Internal Power Adaptor

Warranty

Warranty Lifetime

Key Features

Power Cable Type Internal

Item Details

Manufacturer StarTech.com
Manufacturer Code PCIEXSPLIT6
UPC 065030842372
Condition New

Warranty Information

Warranty Lifetime

Manufacturer Information

Manufacturer StarTech.com
Manufacturer Code PCIEXSPLIT6

Do you have you a question about the StarTech.com (0.15m) PCI Express Power Splitter Cable?

Q: What kind of Wattage of power supply should I use to run a system with 2x (ATI) 6950 HD in Cross Fire?
Answer by Dan on 17th February 2014
You would need a minimum of 650W with around 800W recommended, and you should only get a supply that has the correct number of PCI-Express power connectors, it would not be recommended to use splitters or adaptors in a Crossfire setup. -Danlevan
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