Here is the issue, I need to upgrade the Graphics card because I am running AutoCAD programs (Advanced/3D), so I purchased a Nvidia GTX. The recommended PSU is min. of 450W, which I have many of laying around. The problem is this is an ATX 24 pin PSU and my motherboard is 6 (ps2)+4 pin(ps1). Which is something weird HP came up with to force people to give them more money after they already gave them a lot of money. So my questions:
1. Is there a connector that I can use as an adapter? That would turn ATX into the 6-pin ps2 connector, and maybe the 4pin black/brown connector, I'm not sure what that thing is doing.
Before you purchase this adapter, as shown here, I would inquire above all connectors.
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