EPS 12V 8-pin connector

jeff jeff at parlant.com
Wed Jun 8 14:07:17 MDT 2005


I had to look all this up about a month ago.  He is what I found:

ATX     -> 20 pin
ATX12V  -> 20 pin ATX & 4 pin +12V
EPS12V  -> 24 pin (ATX + +12V)
BTX     -> 24 pin

The ATX12V 20 pin and 4 pin connectors can be plugged in together into 
an EPS12V motherboard socket.

BTX is not compatible with EPS.


Topher Fischer wrote:
> I have a dual Athlon MP motherboard (a Tyan Thunder K7X Pro) and an EPS
> power supply.  The motherboard has an EPS 12V 24-pin connector and an
> EPS 12V 8-pin connector.  The power supply has an EPS 12V 24-pin, EPS
> 12V 8-pin, and an ATX 12V 4-pin.  My problem is that the 8-pin cable
> from the power supply doesn't quite reach the connector on the
> motherboard, but the 4-pin does.  I can plug the 4-pin cable into one
> side of the 8-pin connector and it can power up.  My question is, what
> exactly is the 8-pin connector for?  What are the benefits of using the
> EPS over the ATX?  Also, anybody know a good place to get an extender
> cable for the 8-pin?
> 
> Thanks in advance,



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