I ordered a Precision 5810 with a 425 watt PSU. I am trying to install a Nvidia Quadro M4000 that uses an additional 6 pin PCIe power connector to give the card the needed wattage. This is the first Precision we have purchased a couple of years and it does not have the additional cable/adapter we need. Instead, it has a spot on the PSU board that is labeled POWER_VGA1. Based on my research on the formums and online, this is an 8 pin PCIe power outlet. I called Dell support and sales, and neither of them can give me a part number for the correct cable because they do not sell this internal part and that I would need to purchase from a 3rd party. This issue I am running into is that the only parts I can find for this 8pin male pcie to 6 (or 6+2) pin male pcie (connect to GPU) only come from China via Ebay. Can someone point me in the right direction for the cable that I can get from the US quickly?
I would check with CHRIS M . I believe its D92C9
I also came across this
The power supply does have a daughter board. This board supports an 8 pin cable that splits off into 2x 6 pin connections.
Power supply extended card part number is M6NP2:
It goes here ( this is a picture with the power supply removed ):
6 PIN splitter cable part number D92C9:
Precision 5810 power supply part numbers:
YFY1V - 425W PSU
VDY4N - 685W PSU
RHHKV - 825W PSU
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Any idea what the 8 pin version of this cable is?
I have 'Precision Tower 5810' as well but adding nVidia 1080's to the computers so I need a 8 pin connector instead of the above 6.
Note, Dell never tested the consumer video cards in this 2014 Precision. We only tested the enterprise Quadro and FirePro video cards. I do not understand your setup. The 1080s should have 8 pin power ports. So D92C9 should work.
Precision Tower 5810 PSU two 6pin PSU leads --> Dual 6pin to Single 8pin cable --> 1080 8pin power connector
The Precision Tower 5810 PSU has 6 pin cables. How many PSU leads do you see coming from our PSU? Please explain in detail. These are all I see on the Precision Tower 5810 parts page =D92C9 = Dual 6pin to Single 8pin cable0MG89 = Single 6pin to Single 8pin cable
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8pin to 8+6pin Power Adapter Cable DELL 9H6FV
9H6FV = Power Cable for Riser to GPU, Poweredge R720 ??
It looks like this.
Ordered the 9H6FV as I purchased the NVidia GTX 1080 and needed the 8 pin power to 8 pin GPU however the power connector (white above) does not fit into the 5810 riser board. Holes don't match. So seems like I am stuck as you are which seem odd they would not have a cable that goes 8 pin to 8 pin.
You can mod
6 PIN splitter cable part number D92C9 with an additional dual 6 to 8 adapter.
Thanks. Not sure why I didn't think of that. Much appreciated. Have one on order and should resolve my issue.
EXCELLENT! This should solve the issue I am having too.
maybe stupid question -- do both female sockets need to be used for the adapter to work? or are we just sticking ONE of the 6 pins on the existing cable into ONE of the two female sockets on the adapter and then plugging the new 8pin into the gpu?
Apparently the 9h6FV is not working.
6 PIN aux power cable part number D92C9: needs to go to a DUAL 6 pin to 8 pin adapter.
You also NEED TO USE THE 825w power supply. This is why the 425w unit DOES NOT COME WITH AUX video power cable.
If you need 6 pin and 8 pin then you will have add a cable to tap power from SATA
Sorry something is still not making sense to me, perhaps you can help clarify.
My power supply has the 8pin connection:
My GPU has a 6 and 8 pin connection.
I already own the cable that came with the precision tower:
What additional cable(s) do I need to make this work? The included cable I posted above has an 8pin PSU to dual 6pin connection, but I need to go from 8 to 6+8. I'm confused because if I bought THIS cable, would one 6-pin female connector just be empty?