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That image explains most of it, I have a 4 pin going out of my hard drive that needs to be plugged into a 6 pin on my PSU. I think this is right if not please correct me.
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Does your HDD look like this?

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Adam wroteDoes your HDD look like this?

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What's your question?

You didn't exactly ask one?
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Adam wroteWhat's your question?

You didn't exactly ask one?


I need to connect the 4 pin to the 6pin connecter but I cant find an adapter,
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What PSU do you have.

Normally, these will be labeled as Sata or Peripheral on the PSU. These are normally 4 Pin connections. 6 Pin are normally for GPU's.
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Adam wroteWhat PSU do you have.

Normally, these will be labeled as Sata or Peripheral on the PSU. These are normally 4 Pin connections. 6 Pin are normally for GPU's.


The PSU has a 6pin Labeled as Periphals
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What PSU do you have.


I'll ask this again. You shouldn't need an adapter at all. The PSU cables should just work.
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Adam wrote
What PSU do you have.


I'll ask this again. You shouldn't need an adapter at all. The PSU cables should just work.


Corsair CX750M
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Post a picture of the cable you're talking about. As I'm lost completely.
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