PCIe 6-pin/8-pin from Supermicro CSE-846 power distribution board

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yaogen

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i would buy a PCIe PSU extension cable and remove the PSU side connector...
Indeed, that's the idea I have as well...

I've finally been able to identify my PDB to a PDB-PT846-8824 but all I can find about it on Supermicro's site is that it's a "24-pin x8 power distributor" and the following table (from https://www.supermicro.com/products/nfo/files/power_supply/PSU_cableList.pdf)

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1x 24Pin ATX
0x 20Pin ATX
2x 8Pin 12V
1x 4pin 12V
0x 4+4 8pin 12V
0x 6pin PCI-E
0x 8pin PCI-E
0x 6+2 8pin PCI-E
6x 4Pin Legacy HDD
0x SATA
3x 4Pin Floppy/DVD
1x Smbus
0x non standard 20/24 Pin
0x non standard signal pin
 

RolloZ170

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but all I can find about it on Supermicro's site is that it's a "24-pin x8 power distributor" and the following table
why "but" ?
what do you need more ? without the table you can "see" what connectors are there....
 

yaogen

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Supermicro support responded and confirmed, what we knew, that the PDB-PT846-8824 does not support PCIe 6-pin/8-pin.

They recommended me the PDB-PT747-4648 to gain the PCIe support. (as @NablaSquaredG suggested in the first reply to this thread) ;-)

why "but" ?
what do you need more ? without the table you can "see" what connectors are there....
The main reason is that I'm not that "learned" into modding and want to be 100% before going into something that could, if done wrong, potentially burn down my house. :)