- 1 Are power supply cables interchangeable?
- 2 Are PSU power cables universal?
- 3 Does it matter what power supply cable I use?
- 4 Are all PSU power cords the same?
- 5 Are all EPS cables the same?
- 6 Are all EVGA power cables the same?
- 7 Can you replace the power cord on a TV?
- 8 How many power cables are coming from the power supply?
Are power supply cables interchangeable?
Reputable. Modular power cables, and pinning on the PSU side are NOT interchangeable, generally.
Are PSU power cables universal?
Fortunately, they’re all the same; if the power cable fits into the PSU then it’s the right one. Generally, there are 2 different types for computer PSUs: the C13/C14, and the C19/C20.
Does it matter what power supply cable I use?
If you are referring to the 110 VAC power cord there is no problem as to which cord you use. However, the cables that connect from the PSU to the motherboard, devices, graphics card, etc. are not inter-changeable from one brand to another.
Are all PSU power cords the same?
The input power cords are pretty standard. If you had a really high wattage power supply you might want a heavier gauge wire, but otherwise the power supply has a standard power input.
Are all EPS cables the same?
They are completely different. The EPS connector is meant to supply power to a motherboard cpu socket while the PCI express connector is meant to supply power to a GPU.
Are all EVGA power cables the same?
Most of EVGA’s fully-modular power supplies are compatible with the cable sets of each other, or will be noted otherwise. As noted above, power supplies may be compatible with sets designed for a higher or lower wattage.
Can you replace the power cord on a TV?
The majority of television manufacturers will sell you a replacement power cord for the price of the cord plus shipping. If your television is still under warranty, it may replace the cord for free.
How many power cables are coming from the power supply?
Most PSU’s provide two cables; one with 4-pins and one with 8-pins. Obviously you only need to use one of these cables. It is also possible that your 8-pin cable can be split into two segments to provide backwards compatibility with cheaper motherboards.