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“The 71M6xx1 isolated sensors come in eight-pin SOIC packages for prices starting at $1.50 (10,000), depending on current and accuracy range.”
“The eight-pin power connector will appease overclockers too.”
“As one red connector of the modular cabling system is left unused, you may buy an additional cable with two six/eight-pin connectors called EMC014 in order to allow you to install up to four video cards that require two auxiliary power connectors each.”
“Three eight-pin ports would connect to the mainboard to supply the extra power needed above and beyond the already high needs of a single chipset.”
“Two cables with one six-pin connector and one six/eight-pin connector for video cards each, 19.7 "(50 cm) to the first connector, 4" (10 cm) between connectors (modular cabling system)”
“In fact a flaw from the 750 W version was corrected on this version: on the 750 W version two of the video card power cables use an eight-pin connector without the option to convert them to six-pin models, preventing you from installing two high-end video cards that require two six-pin connectors each, like the GeForce GTX 260 and similar cards.”
“It needs six-pin and eight-pin power connectors to pull the necessary 275W and supports 3-way SLI.”
“The multi-channel cable system builds on the Kistler single-wire technology to further simplify installation by replacing multiple connections to the charge amplifier or analysis equipment with one or more eight-pin plug-in connectors.”
“Already in production for a mobile-phone maker, the eight-pin STM8T141 draws a current as low as 11mA from the battery and can detect user presence via the touch-sensor electrode, responding quickly to wake the system from a low-power sleep mode.”
“The board has a few top-shelf features: DIMMs can be overclocked up to a crazy 2133MHz, and an eight-pin CPU power connector will reassure anyone looking to tax their processor.”
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