As I said, there is a card with connectors for the detachable cables at the rear panel of the PSU.
The PSU has half a dozen connectors. The cables for a second CPU (if you need one) and for a second graphics card are joined into one.
The junior model has two +12V lines with an allowable current of 34A. The first line has a current limit of 25A rather than 18A as usual.
The other model has four output lines with a combined load capacity of 42A. The label of each PSU shows what connectors are powered by what line.
The PSUs are equipped the following cables and connectors:
- Mainboard cable with a 20+4-pin connector (50cm)
- CPU cable with a 4+4-pin connector (51cm)
- Graphics card cable with a 6-pin connector (51cm)
- 8-pin connector for a second graphics card cable or a CPU cable
- Two 6-pin connectors for SATA power cables
- Three 4-pin connectors for cables with Molex plugs
Included with the PSUs are:
- Power cable for a second graphics card with a 6-pin connector (48cm)
- Power cable for a second CPU with a 4+4 connector (49cm, only for the ZM600-HP)
- Cable with three Molex connectors (50+15+15cm)
- Two cables with two Molex connectors and one FDD mini-plug on each (50+15cm)
- Two cables with three SATA power connectors on each (49+15cm)
- Zalman ZM-MC1 adapter for two fans, for 12V and 5V
Thus, the PSUs have all the necessary connectors. It’s only for a SLI or CrossFire configuration that you’ll need adapters since such a system requires four power connectors (two for each graphics card).